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Question DetailsAsked on 3/8/2020

The homeowner used my invoice to his Insurance Company and he's refusing to pay me because his rates went up.

I was called to the client's house because of an electrical problem no lights and half the home I determined it has been hit by electrical overload probably lightning can't be for sure. I spent four days making Necessary repairs got everything back up and running the invoice amount $2,800 I was to bill the insurance company directly e-bill and when I did this he had to check made out to him and now he refuses to pay me anything no problem with the work he told me in no uncertain terms that because his insurance company went up on him he is not going to pay me he never intended to pay me can he use my invoice to collect from the insurance company and is the insurance company at fault for giving him the check from my invoice. Thank you so very much

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Mechanic's Lien

Answered 4 months ago by kestrelelectric




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