Hello, I was advised to file civil suit to force defendant to pay me for wrecking my car. I successfully sued & then the court secretary told me that to enforce collecting the monies that I would need to file for writ of possession. Evidently, this was incorrect & when I explained my position, lady said it was the wrong form. ?.....( The cost would have been ( $ 67 ),....so, I need to either do a garnish wage attachment form, or lien,..?....anyways, the defendant in question is working, I know the job location and defendant also has a car . I really need my money as this person took advantage of a disabled individual not able to work and has left me in a financial bind, defendant has moved but I do know the person's Birthdate, SSN#,...( hopefully I can secure a free consultation on this matter),...I may have to file a civil suit #2 in the near future as defendant also used my personal credit card information to pay off the majority of her car payments, then, promised to pay the monthly balances until financial obligations were met,...she Has not kept her word. As a result of her dishonesty, I had to take out a personal loan from my bank to keep my credit satisfactory.
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