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  1. Hello, Being sued by Shermeta Law Group in MICHIGAN. Filed my answer, defenses and sworn affidavit of denial on time. Sent my jdb discovery request, 30 days have passed with no response. Followed up with a phone call then a meet and confer letter. JDB sent a settlement offer in the mail which I never responded to soon after receiving my meet and confer letter. Offered to settle for $1000 instead of the original $1886. JDB followed up with a call to then tell me that he doesn't have to respond to my interrogatories request because the judge hasn't started discovery yet. Is this true? The jdb hasn't sent me any interrogatories request only the original summons with nothing attached.
  2. I filed an answer, then a Request for Statement of Witness and Evidence, all CMRRR. Sunday will be 30 days, the Request for Statement of Witness and Evidence says they have 20 days to respond, nothing heard. WHATS NEXT?? Thanks much
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