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Have you considered a civil action in small claims court
on basis of breach of contract, negligence and malpractice?
I believe this may be a bigger matter than small claims
How much are you seeking?
You have filed admin and agency complaints
but to get money damages you would need a court action
I understand that but small claims is only $5000 correct> I would like to seek pain and suffering as well as my wife has to go in for a root canal today because of her negligence.Alao this was a 10 month drawn out ordeal.She has no business license that is current as well
You may pursue that in civil court
consider having a personal injury lawyer handle on commission fee
would you like a directory for that?
Can I do both ?
you should gather evidence of physical and emotional harm
you can only pursue in one court
cival and small claims?
I wish you the best.
with civil is there a max amount?
Yes may I get a directory please?
there is no cap
but a court will typically set damages on a case by case basis
determining the extent of injuries
and encouraging settlement
often insurer will step in to settle the claim.
Are you satisfied with the answer?
yes thank you
Have a nice day
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Excellent sir.thank you for your answers.I believe I will go to civil courts to get this matter resolved.I will search Martindale .com for assistance.Thanks again
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