Draft Demand Letter in Texas for Health Care Business

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Service type
Drafting
Document type
Demand Letter
Location
Texas
Client type
Business
Client industry
Health Care
Deadline
Less than a week
Pricing Range
$230 (Flat fee)
Number of Bids
1 bid

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Wisconsin

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

Company did not ask for permission

Had a heating/cooling company come look at furnace, no heat. The person gave diagnostic quote of $120. He came the next day did his diagnostic and then just went on with the repair and parts replacement. I had to leave for work but told my sister to stay around. Until I saw the invoice, just say I'm better off buying a new furnace at this point.

Sarah D.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

The Company was required to seek your permission to continue with repairs that would go beyond any estimated rate given. This is the protocol filed by repairmen for automobiles and other appliance protocols. The repairman had a legal duty to report the estimated costs of repair after your diagnostic testing, and you are protected under federal and Wisconsin consumer protection laws

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Arizona

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

do the statue of frauds in az mean that i cant be sued because the sale of goods was over 500$ and there wasnt a written contract

I sold a connex container to a guy off offer up , he paid me the cash , I advised him I needed the container because I am selling my house and didnt know how lomg before he could pick it up. I changed my mind and decieded to keep the container asked him to come get his money back which he did . I gave him his 2200$ back in cash and now hes suing me. There was never a written contract

Samuel R.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

To whom it may concern, I would love to assist you and your company. Based on my experience, skills, knowledge and experience in Corporate, Business, Transactional, Real Estate and Intellectual Property Law, I am confident in my ability to assist you with this Upwork contract. I currently am employed full-time as General Counsel for a Bioengineering Company called Fusion Orthopedics. I handle all of the Company’s legal issues, from Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Structure, and Breach of Contract suits, to Employment Contracts, FDA compliance, Real Estate Transactions, CC&R creation and compliance and Intellectual Property. That being said, I will need to make sure there is no conflict of interest with the company (I anticipate there being none). I can write the letter for a flat fee of $400. I am eager to learn more about this job and the opportunity to help you. Thank you in advance for your time. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. Sincerely, Samuel Rocereta, Esq.

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