Where can I get good free legal advice so that I can find out if I have a case worth drawing up a lawsuit?
Question by Melissa P: Where can I get good free legal advice so that I can find out if I have a case worth drawing up a lawsuit?
I am looking to sue for around $ 3,500 – I just need someone to look at the literature to find out if there is a solid case. I would like to find someone around the area of Dayton, Ohio… or if someone could point me in the direction of HOW to find someone around Dayton so that I may contact them for free legal advice. This is not a worker’s comp. suit, which I find that most free legal advice is for. There are a lot of dimensions to this possible case, so I would really like to get someone that knows what they are doing. Any help?
This is possibly a civil or collections issue, for $ 3,500. Before the person that I was living with left, I had a paper signed, notorized, dated, and witnessed that the above amount would be paid to me with a check from no specifically named person, and that all termination paperwork would have to be signed, and that all of his possessions would be mine, and I would send them back at my discretion. Well he came back to get his stuff and sign the lease over to his name, but the amount of money was never paid to me. I told him that I was not interested in dealing with it anymore, and said that he did not need to pay the money… it was never a verbal contract though. I still have the paper, and this was only around 3-4 months ago. I am wondering who I need to contact, and will it be worth it to sue. I have to get a second job to pay off HIS debt, and I just don’t think that it is fair. Who should I be contacting?
Answer by brilheaint
most likely, you have no case, or you would already have an attorney.
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