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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-23-2017, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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How can i sue a property preservation company. I was terminated because i wouldn't go out of my coverage area and now i been charged back what they owe me. The company i'm referring to is paramount asset management.
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I would probably start with a lawyer, not just asking some dudes on the internet

I am not a lawyer, don't play one on tv, or the interwebs, so take my advice for what it is worth

file liens on the properties they owe you money

file a complaint with your state attorneys general office

dont ever work for a regional or national company in this industry again

Stay away from fools, for you won't find knowledge on their lips.
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Yes, you can. Small claims court. You'l have to explain the entire process to the judge/magistrate before you get to your issue. Good luck,
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-24-2017, 10:24 PM
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First thing you need to do is invoice them outside of their systems with a real invoice, as if you had a real business.
Then research the process in your state.
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What State did you complete the work in?
Does said State require a Contractors License?
Are you a licensed contractor for said state?
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If you still can, I'd put leans on all the properties they owe you money on. That will light a match under them.
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I would probably start with a lawyer, not just asking some dudes on the internet

I am not a lawyer, don't play one on tv, or the interwebs, so take my advice for what it is worth

file liens on the properties they owe you money

file a complaint with your state attorneys general office

dont ever work for a regional or national company in this industry again
Most contractor agreements that subs sign expressly say you will not file liens. Maybe they never updated theirs documents in the big push a year or so back on this. You should look into what you've signed with them and look for sections labeled 'Lien Waiver' or something similar. Aside from that good luck!
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Man, I wish I know how this ended and what you did, Sanchez. I fear I'm going to be going through a similar thing within the next couple of months. Please update this topic if you ever log in again.
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Man, I wish I know how this ended and what you did, Sanchez. I fear I'm going to be going through a similar thing within the next couple of months. Please update this topic if you ever log in again.
Are you dealing with the same company?

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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