one more question. Can you improve on the what I've pasted below. I am suing defendant for $10,000 in Small Claims
Court for Breach of contract
required either party give a 10 day termination notice in case either party decided to terminate.
Defendant stopped working without giving me the 10 day termination notice. I had my re-roof done by a negligent Roofing Contractor who refused to repair his work. I hired Defendant, a Construction Consulting Corporation’s Waterproofing and Roofing “expert”
to do complete inspection of my roof, provide a written report, and testify in court if necessary. I paid Defended $5775 retainer fee and subsequent vouchers. He did visual inspection of the roof and itemized $17,677 worth of repair work. Based on his findings,
I hired a lawyer who charged me a total of $6700 for his service. My lawyer and I wanted to do invasive testing of the roof. Twice, defendant made excuses he is not available, and subsequently became non responsive to telephone calls and registered mail (with
return receipt). This forced me and my lawyer to change course, as it would be too expensive to hire another “expert” and another lawyer as my lawyer is retiring. Before my lawyer retired, he and I decided I go to Small Claims court, and dismiss without prejudice
our scheduled Superior Court Hearing. I went to Small Claims Court and I lost. Question: 1. I am suing the Corporation, instead of the “expert”. Is that right? 2. Can I include the lawyer,s fee in my lawsuit? I am suing for the maximum $10,000 limit. ($5775
experts fee and $7600 lawyers fee). I am waiving anything over of $10,000 in the lawsuit. 3. Can you improve on the above?