I am sorry this happened
you could lodge a complaint with the BBB and attorney general office
you could also file without a lawyer in small claims court saving on lawyer fees
if you prefer a local lawyer, I can suggest 2 excellent directories for finding a good consumer protection lawyer
the lawyer would work on commission fee basis
martindale.com and findlaw.com are the directories I and other lawyers and experts use
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You would pursue the claim in the state and county where either you reside or company is located
and may enter that location in either directory to find local consumer protection lawyers to select
but frankly if you file in small claims court, you can often win on your own
what would you recommend?
and get either a settlement or a judgment!
I would recommend small claims court and a complaint to the department of consumer affairs
save on lawyer fees!
I wish you the best.
where do i go to file the claim?
here is filing information and addresses
I wish you the best
It is an easy process
Just collect your evidence for court
so you can explain what happened and have proof!
i am in Alexandria Va
where defendant out of state then
you are best off suing where the defendant is located
since defendant may not have assets in your state
in that case, given distance and travel involved
suggest having a consumer protection lawyer in defendant state
working on commission though
so you pay nothing
and lawyer only paid if and when recovers
focus on consumer protection and collection firms
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if I may clarify anything, of course ask me
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