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Have done some contract repairs on some medical equipment in

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Have done some contract repairs on some medical equipment in June and July for a Dialysis clinic. I have 2 final invoices one for 850 and another for over 5000 including parts and labor. These invoices have been submitted in person and via email (created these invoices). I had ongoing communication with the clinic and owner but now the owner refuses to answer anything (phone or email). The invoice states they have 15 days to pay, and anything after that is a 20% added. I have made that clear and had both invoices signed by a staff member before I left. This was to ensure the work was complete and approved. On my last visit the owner promised to overnight the payment. I even provided a prepaid FedEx envelope. I am ready to take legal action but don't know were to start.
I live in San Antonio TX and this business is in Houston TX
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Business Law
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