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  • crush17
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    Originally posted by Beantown Bronco View Post
    Just messing with you. I work for one of the top 3 employment law firms in the country. I've seen and heard it all.

    For sure, all good

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  • Quoydogs
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    So here is my suggestions to all . Go to Best Buy or the like. Buy yourself a nice new TV/Projector for around 2500.00 . Then file a suit against them saying that your are not happy with the picture and would like your money back. Make sure you hire a ambulance chaser and file a case by jury. They will just pay you back because it cheaper then going to court. This is what I have learned.

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  • hades
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    Originally posted by Beantown Bronco View Post
    Just messing with you. I work for one of the top 3 employment law firms in the country. I've seen and heard it all.
    Must be the 3rd place one, otherwise you'd say you work at THE top employment law firm in the country.

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  • Beantown Bronco
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    Originally posted by crush17 View Post
    I knew that one was coming.
    I assure you, it had nothing to do w/me - it is the nature of the business I'm in.

    But thanks, jerk.
    Just messing with you. I work for one of the top 3 employment law firms in the country. I've seen and heard it all.

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  • GoneFishin'
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    Originally posted by hades View Post
    You have her address, go sneak up there one night and stick a banana in her tail pipe.

    Be sure to buy some new/used boots that are at least 3 sizes too large, so when CSI gets involved, they will not be able to say the shoe is the same size as you wear. People always leave footprints behind and get busted! Toss the boots into a fire pit away from home and burn them afterwards.

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  • hades
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    Originally posted by crush17 View Post
    I knew that one was coming.
    I assure you, it had nothing to do w/me - it is the nature of the business I'm in.

    But thanks, jerk.
    Sooooo, are ya hiring L O L

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  • crush17
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    Originally posted by Beantown Bronco View Post
    Employees don't do this to good bosses. You must really suck.
    I knew that one was coming.
    I assure you, it had nothing to do w/me - it is the nature of the business I'm in.

    But thanks, jerk.

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  • Beantown Bronco
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    Originally posted by crush17 View Post
    I've had 2 employees quit without 2 weeks notice in the last month and 1 who left for the weekend and then called on Monday stating she is filing for FMLA and will not be back until 12/16.

    I have regulators sending in hundreds of complaints in without even looking at the validity of them, and to top it off, another employee called out today. So here I am doing 4 employees jobs on top of mine.

    Oh, and I have to work on Saturday to test our business continuity site. Oh, and I don't get paid for it.
    Employees don't do this to good bosses. You must really suck.

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  • crush17
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    I've had 2 employees quit without 2 weeks notice in the last month and 1 who left for the weekend and then called on Monday stating she is filing for FMLA and will not be back until 12/16.

    I have regulators sending in hundreds of complaints in without even looking at the validity of them, and to top it off, another employee called out today. So here I am doing 4 employees jobs on top of mine.

    Oh, and I have to work on Saturday to test our business continuity site. Oh, and I don't get paid for it.

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  • Quoydogs
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    Originally posted by Drunken.Broncoholic2 View Post
    The parts house is on the hook for that money. She will not win against you. If the AC condensor leaked because of installation problems that's different. If the part is defective its on the parts house.

    Usually in warranty clauses on automotive theres something written about the shop getting a chance to fix the problem before taken somewhere else. That's most def the case with insurance and auto body's.
    Yep it is printed on the invoice that we are the only ones how can honor the warranty. I will win hands down but in todays world it still will cost a fortune to do so. With all the paper work , paying for expert witnesses, jury members , court costs ect... it's just not as easy as it seems.

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  • Drunken.Broncoholic2
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    Originally posted by Quoydogs View Post
    I thought about this but without a blood sucker isn't it a lot bringing a knife to a gun fight ?
    Your gun is that repair order. Those documents are a life saver.

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  • Drunken.Broncoholic2
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    Originally posted by Quoydogs View Post
    It's not a matter of winning. She signed papers so it's pretty much case closed but by the time I get done paying my blood sucker it will cost me 5 k to prove that she is a idiot.
    Like others said you can represent yourself. It's worth it. Customers are the worst when it comes to their cars. They want it cheap as hell, take the used route knowing problems can happen then cry about it after.

    If you don't do it, Id suggest you send the bill to the parts house.

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  • Quoydogs
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    Originally posted by underrated29 View Post
    Yep, fight it yourself.


    i had a couple try to sue me for something. Like you, they got a lawyer who priced the claim enough for trial but low enough to make it easier for me to settle. Settlement was at $2500 i think? Dont remember.

    **** THAT!!!
    **** them!

    I showed up with NO legal experience but I was not at fault for anything. I took them head on. Paid a court cost of something I think. Was told I could get a lawyer to try and get those back but I decided not to do so. So it ended up costing me some money but I won and those jerks ended up losing a lot more, laywer, court fees, etc.
    I thought about this but without a blood sucker isn't it a lot bringing a knife to a gun fight ?

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  • underrated29
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    Originally posted by DomCasual View Post
    In what world is it going to cost you $5K to fight it? That's small claims court. It's like Judge Judy, man. Just show up, and fight it yourself.

    Yep, fight it yourself.


    i had a couple try to sue me for something. Like you, they got a lawyer who priced the claim enough for trial but low enough to make it easier for me to settle. Settlement was at $2500 i think? Dont remember.

    **** THAT!!!
    **** them!

    I showed up with NO legal experience but I was not at fault for anything. I took them head on. Paid a court cost of something I think. Was told I could get a lawyer to try and get those back but I decided not to do so. So it ended up costing me some money but I won and those jerks ended up losing a lot more, laywer, court fees, etc.

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  • Quoydogs
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    Originally posted by Drunken.Broncoholic2 View Post
    The parts house is on the hook for that money. She will not win against you. If the AC condensor leaked because of installation problems that's different. If the part is defective its on the parts house.

    Usually in warranty clauses on automotive theres something written about the shop getting a chance to fix the problem before taken somewhere else. That's most def the case with insurance and auto body's.
    It's not a matter of winning. She signed papers so it's pretty much case closed but by the time I get done paying my blood sucker it will cost me 5 k to prove that she is a idiot.

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