In small claims court, you sue for money or the return of a personal property valued at an
amount of $30,000 or less, plus some costs and interest. When you work with TLG, you’ll have
access to the high competence of legal resources.
For you to sue a business or person in a small claims court, your lawsuit, known as claim, may
fall into one of these claims for damages:
– breach of contract
– unpaid invoices
– damage to property
– unjust enrichment
– NSF cheques
– unpaid rent
– unpaid loans
– unpaid account for services or goods delivered and sold
A lot of small claim cases could be settled without the assistance for a court case. That is often
an easier, more affordable and more friendly resolution for every party involved. The process
for resolving such kinds of disputes include:
Presenting a letter of demand to the business or person who owes you money (also referred to as the debtor).
Dealing with the debtor to come to an arrangement.
Bringing the case to court when discussions are not successful to seek a judgment, or put pressure on the other side to settle.
The lawyers at TLG know that when you or your business is owed money, it can influence the
profitability of your company. “Small Claims” are not small to you, and they’re not small to us.
Hand your small claims cases over to us, and you won’t be disappointed.