Is it important that we password protect the documents we exchange with your office?
How much does it cost to sue someone in Florida?
Is it true that you cannot garnish wages or bank accounts in Florida?
What type of documentation does Florida require in order to get a judgment entered?
Does Florida permit testimony by telephone?
How long can you take to serve someone in Florida before the summons “goes bad”?
How long are judgments valid in Florida?
Do Florida judgments accrue interest?
How long do judgment liens exist?
If I pay to sue someone and then recover the losses, how do I get reimbursed for my initial expenses?
If our company sells a debt that has been placed with Hiday & Ricke, what notice do you need of that sale?
If you have additional questions, please email us.
Our goal is to work with opposing carriers and to provide as much information as possible to streamline the process. Following are a few questions and answers that may assist you in working with Hiday & Ricke:
Why did our insured receive a letter from your firm when they have a carrier?
Where can the release be sent?
Where should payments be sent?
Who should we contact to discuss the claim?
Have you been served with a writ of garnishment?
How do we fill out the paperwork that I received?
Where do we send the answer?
Our employee is already being garnished, what should I do?
How do we know when to stop the garnishment?
When do we send the payments?
What do we do if the employee is terminated, laid off or goes on a leave of absence?
What happens if we don’t file an answer?
What about exempt funds?
For more information, email or call us toll-free: 1-888-370-1776 Ext. 107 for further details about your case. If you have a claim that is covered by FIGA (Florida’s state guaranty fund), you can learn more about how to file a claim here.
NOTE: If your address or other contact information should change, please inform us at your first opportunity so we can stay in touch.