Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'new hampshire'.
HELPPPP!!! okay, ill try to keep this short and detailed! Accident occurred 2 years ago. Insurance adjuster insists I am the 100% responsible party. I disagree. I had several conversations with the insurance adjuster and got her to "reduce the total cost by 15% for possible lack of attention and possible speed being a factor for the other driver". After I got her to admit that much, I knew I had to stick to my guns and not agree to take 100% responsibility. Fast forward to not being able to afford a lawyer (I have 3 small kids, 2 working parents, cost of living is through the roof in
NH Small Claims suit brought by Midland Funding LLC. I can;t find a lot from NH for small claims This was a Synchrony/Amazon card and the amount being sued for is $2,995.08. There were absolutely zero documents attached to the complaint - how is that possible? I was served by mail (that's how they do it for small claims). I think I might be able to win this but the Rules of Evidence don't apply in small claims and and I am confused as exactly what this means. How am I suppose to know what Midland has for proof of ownership of debt/standing to sue me? Is this a normal thing for th
I was contacted yesterday by a collection agency located in New Hampshire. I currently live in Massachusetts and the woman I spoke to broke numerous FDCPA laws on the phone. I simply tried to explain to her that a medical debt she was collecting I had disputed before and wished to continue to dispute until they provide me more information as I had health insurance and paid all of my co-pays. She got irate on the phone and told me I can't dispute it and I legally owe this now because it's past the time to file with insurance. She told me one of them is reporting to my credit report and the othe