Here is a recent email I sent - can you advise if I can sue in Nevada as indicated?
With great regret, I must inform you of my intent to file claim on money owed that will soon be 6 months past due, and in our business, that’s unheard of. I also regret, that no contact was put forward from PBK in this regard. Is there no pursuit of getting these invoices paid? As, I have contacted PBK nearly once a month in this regards, I have no recourse but to proceed with every means available to me to get paid!
In accordance with Small Claim Court protocol, you are hereby given 30-day notice that a claim will be filed with Harris County for payment of Protech Invoices as indicated below plus late fees and on such dates as indicated. The citation will be served on one or more of the PBK Partners in accordance with Section 17.022 of the Texas Civil Code
Invoice No.Invoice DateInvoice Payer Amount File Date
(###) ###-####Jan-15PBK Architects, Inc. $ 9,360.00 27-Jul-15
151032-Feb-15PBK Architects, Inc. $ 15,680.00 TBD
(###) ###-####Feb-15PBK Architects, Inc. $ 7,800.00 03-Aug-15
Invoice No. 15103 exceeds the small claims
limit and will be turned over to a lawyer my soonest opportunity. Since Protech is a Nevada LLC, I will pursue that jurisdiction and discuss with my agent in Carson City how that can be arranged. Their fees will be included.
I do regret proceeding with this, but I am now on social security and semi-retirement, and collecting all debts and moving on, the judge will take that in account. Know that I have used this method in the past and have never not been paid. I also look forward to a trip to Nevada, although it will be expensive as all cost will be included in that suit.
Kerry Ridgway, Owner Protech Engineering & Consulting, a Nevada LLC dba 504 in Texas