tiger12be Posted January 2, 2019 Report Share Posted January 2, 2019 Hey everyone!! Some of you may remember me from several years ago when I won a case against Midland. I received a great deal of help from many of you (BV80, ColtFan, Bruno...and many others!). This time, my fiancee is being sued by Midland and I'm trying to help her out. I typed up and had her sign and send her Answer. Midland promptly responded with a packet of the usual (Req for Rogs, Req for Prod Docs, Req for Admissions). Some of the wording has changed from what they sent me for my case but for the most part, I'd say 75-80% is identical. One thing they did differently this time is they sent their customary couple of copies of cc statements and other things that they don't normally send until after you've requested them, prior to me requesting them. I happened to read someone else's post from Missouri about using MTC Arbitration as being the best way to fight Midland now? Why is that? Does the old way not work anymore (attacking standing to sue - CACH vs Askew)??? I'm curious because I need to get her responses sent back to Midland tomorrow as we are up against the 30 day deadline to respond. The postmark on the envelope they sent was 12/7/18 but the actual documents they sent had November 16th (crossed out and Dec 7 handwritten above it). I'd be happy to supply the normal list of information that is requested of new posters but I am most curious as to why MTC Arbitration is supposedly the best way to go now? Thanks!! Tiger12Be Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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