Date: December 01, 2009 Category: Judgment / Lien Judgment/Lien Amount: $3,301.00 Judgment/Lien Type: Civil Broker Comment: LAST WEEK WHEN I DECIDED TO CHANGE FIRMS I WAS NOTIFIED BY MY NEW FIRM WHEN THEY PULLED MY PRE-HIRE THAT I HAD AN OUTSTANDING LIEN FOR ABOUT $3,000 THAT I HAD NO KNOWLEDGE OF. I CONTACTED THE INSURANCE COMPANY THAT HAD FILED IT TO FIND OUT WHAT IT WAS ABOUT. THEY TOLD ME IT HAD TO DO WITH AN ACCIDENT BACK IN 2005. THIS ACCIDENT WAS NOT MY FAULT AND THE OTHER DRIVER WHICH WAS A CUSTOMER OF THEIRS WAS AT FAULT. THEY COVERED MY MEDICAL, AUTO AND RENTAL BILLS. I SUBMITTED EVERYTHING TO THE INSURANCE COMPANY PER THEIR REQUEST AND THEY TOOK CARE OF IT. SOMEWHERE IN 2007 THEY DECIDED THAT THEY OVERPAID SOME OF MY BILLS. I WAS NEVER CONTACTED OR NOTIFIED OF THIS. WHEN I SPOKE TO THE LAW FIRM THAT ACTED ON BEHALF OF THE INSURANCE COMPANY THEY TOLD ME THAT WHEN THEY TRIED TO CONTACT ME THEY HAD RECEIVED RETURN MAIL ON THE ADDRESS OF RECORD. I HAVE REQUESTED THE DOCUMENTATION FROM THE INSURANCE COMPANY AND THEIR LAW FIRM SO THAT I CAN RESOLVE THIS MATTER.
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