If you’ve been burned over a financial or personal transaction, collecting a judgment to equalize the loss you suffered has a timetable. Some situations have longer time-wait allowance than other cases. One has the right to file a lawsuit by themselves or to consult with a lawyer.
What’s The Civil Lawsuit Timetable
There is a time limitation in most states for filing your civil lawsuit. Below are those limitations:
- Personal injury: Two years.
- Libel or slander: One year.
- Domestic violence: Three years.
- Medical malpractice: Three years.
- Breach of written contract: Four years.
- Breach of oral contract: Two years.
Whatever needs to be done to right a wrong has different approaches to garner fair recompense for that loss. Either way you’ll want a judgment.
A judgment is an official decision rendered by a court of law with regard to a civil matter. The resulting judgment lien resulting when the plaintiff (you) wins the case give one the right to attach the judgment debtor’s property or assets to satisfy that court order.
However, the court does not collect money for the plaintiff, it only authorizes the right to do so.
If a judgment debtor fails to voluntarily satisfy the judgment, it is up to the plaintiff to impose a judgment lien. This way the court’s judgment is enforced. The court is not your collection agency.
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Civil Judgment Timeline Collection
The issuance of a judgment become pubic record and if you’re the plaintiff, chances are, after some time has passed, that you’ll be contacted by a collection agency that offers to collect those funds that are due to you. They’ll want a fifty percent reward for their efforts.
That’s good for the collection agency, not good for you unless you have all the instructional judgment collection knowledge, filing contracts, asset location and database research coaching. Our course will give put the civil lawsuit timeline in your hands.
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Civil Court Collection Experience
I’ve personally represented myself without an attorney and collected damages from an awarded judgment. Twice for broken windshields and once for an injury suffered at work.
For my injury suffered at work, I sought 1-week paid leave to recover. I presented the case for which i was awarded one-week paid leave. Another attorney chastised me for not getting legal representation and said I could have been awarded $30,000 or more, a small fortune to me at the time, besides the time off of from work.
I thought that was bad karma to steal money by getting over-compensated for an injury. Unfortunately, legal rip-off artists run rampant.
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