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Sueing Jointly and Severally - can you and how?

Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2006 7:36 pm
by HelpMe2006
Well,

I informed the cable company that I would be filing a lawsuit for their violations of the stay and discharge of debtor and the supervisor/manager TURNED BY CABLE, DIGITAL PHONE AND INTERNET OFF.

Can I sue the cable company and the supervisor jointly and severally?

Her actions were pure malice.

Re: Sueing Jointly and Severally - can you and how?

Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2006 8:11 pm
by David A. Szwak
[quote="HelpMe2006"]Well,

I informed the cable company that I would be filing a lawsuit for their violations of the stay and discharge of debtor and the supervisor/manager TURNED BY CABLE, DIGITAL PHONE AND INTERNET OFF.

Can I sue the cable company and the supervisor jointly and severally?

Her actions were pure malice.


Individuals can commit acts in violation of a discharge order so name them and assert vicarious liability/ respondeat superior as well [in Louisiana, we call it vicarious liability].

Posted: Sun Feb 26, 2006 8:28 pm
by HelpMe2006
Can you help me out here -

I am not a lawyer, although if I would have stuck with my original major in college, I would be. :wink:

Can you give me some "sample" of how to write it?

"name them and assert vicarious liability/ respondeat superior" :?:

Posted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 5:29 pm
by David A. Szwak
I might have overlooked your email. Please email me and I can email you a very generic complaint document but, please, please, have a lawyer look over what you plan to file if you decide to venture into pro se litigation.