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Paralegal Case Studies

It May Not Be Too Late to Set aside a Default Judgment

Allen Perlman - Published on 11/4/2020 11:10

Depending on the circumstances, it may not be too late to set aside a default judgment.

Don’t Be Willing to Accept Installation of the Wrong Product Even after It Has Already Been Installed

Allen Perlman - Published on 10/19/2020 08:37

My client had ordered two new and expensive windows to be installed in her home, each window comprising three separate panes of glass.

Don't Be Willing or Allow Yourself to Accept a Defective Product after Making a Purchase

Allen Perlman - Published on 8/20/2020 00:00

My client retained me to recover monies that he had spent purchasing outdoor decking material from a large chain store, which decking turned out to be defective and had to be replaced.

Always Collect Your Money Quickly Before a Debtor Becomes Insolvent

Allen Perlman - Published on 5/14/2020 00:00

Always act promptly to collect an outstanding account.  Time is not on your side. 

A fuel company retained me to collect a debt of $20,500.00 owing to it from a trucking company.

Setting aside a Judgment and Garnishment

Allen Perlman - Published on 4/9/2020 06:00

Without having served with a court claim properly, a credit card company obtained a judgment against Melissa (not her real name) in the amount of $8,666.69 pursuant to a Plaintiff’s Claim that it had issued in the Milton small Claims Court.  Melissa only found out about the judgment when her employer deducted money from her pay pursuant to a wage garnishment that the employer had received from the creditor.

Breach of Contract by a Vendor

Allen Perlman - Published on 3/26/2020 06:00

My client purchased hardwood flooring on April 24, 2018, from a retail flooring company in Brampton, Ontario. The flooring was not in stock and had to ordered. My client put down a $3,500.00 deposit with a balance of $3,882.00 to be paid when the flooring would arrive in two weeks. By May 30th, the flooring had still not arrived and the retailer was not responding to my client’s inquiries as to when the flooring would arrive.

Court Awards Punitive Damages for Debtor’s Bad Conduct

Allen Perlman - Published on 1/9/2020 06:00

A dentist provided dental services to a patient, Mike. The dentist provided Mike with a financial predetermination of the dental work that was to be done. Mike submitted that predomination to his insurance company and, at some point, Mike received payment from his insurer which the insurer paid directly to him.

You Just Found out That There Is a Judgment Registered Against You

Allen Perlman - Published on 12/19/2019 14:21

What can be done ?

Before having retained me, ABC Company had been sued by another company which had obtained a default judgment against ABC.  That company then issued a garnishment against ABC’s bank account.  The bank removed $9,900.00 from ABC’s bank account and sent it to the court in compliance with the garnishment order.  ABC then called me.

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