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I would say most of the small claims suits Cneters are doing themselves. Once they get bumped up to federal, then you here about more attorneys.
I would say, probably a majority of these lawsuits are settled before court.
So, are FDCPA and FCRA violations taken to small claims then? I had thought small claims was only for ~$500 claims?
Depends on your state's max for small claims.
In TX it is $5000.
Max in Ohio is 3,000 and it has to be actual damages no statutory damages so any suits that I file will be in Federal Court. I am envovled in one that I am doing in Federal Court proceeding "Pro Se" because I filed on TU in small claims court and they moved it to Federal Court so I am learning as I go I am in sales and deal with people everyday so I am not as scared about standing in front of people and pleeding a case.....
Anybody know what the limit in IL is, or where I could find it?
http://www.19thcircuitcourt.state.i...nd of case be resolved in small claims court?
Its says $5K.
Yeah jlynn is right...I'm from IL also and have been to small claims quite a bit...$5000 max.