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Re: W&A Arbitration... What Happens Next?


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Posted by raven (152.163.252.134) on May 01, 2004 at 07:30:06:

In Reply to: W&A Arbitration... What Happens Next? posted by DrlAudio on May 01, 2004 at 07:04:02:

What happens next is you will be sued. Figure on about 3 months from the time you get the letter from NAF that W & A won the award. You will be sued by some local dirtbags representing W&A. Just like I am right now. I did hire a lawyer, and after getting 3 adjournments, has filed a motion to dismiss arbitration. Also their so-called award added $3000. on top of what I already owed. They won't settle for less than 80%, which would come to more than what I originally owed, so that is the reason for the motion to dismiss. I don't mind settling just to get these jerks out of my face, but no for 80%, screw them. Also their process server followed me and that's how they found out where I work. (I had been out of work for 1 yr, and that's the reason I coulnd' pay). The other day they sent a letter to my company with an informatin subpena wanting to know how much money I make, etc. Fortunately, I got the letter, called my lawyer, who got in touch with them. How can you send a letter stating there was a judgement against me when I have a certified court date for a hearing before the judge. They claimed it was a mistake. Some mistake! I wonder if I can sue them for being stupid! So that is the time frame. My advise- hire a lawyer because as you can see, there is no way you can do it yourself.
Good Luck!


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