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Q&A: How Could a Bank Be Responsible in a Wire Fraud Case?

Feb 22, 2019

How can a bank be held responsible for a wire fraud case? Well, Robinson and Henry doesn’t just accept that the uniform commercia...

Q&A: Why Has There Been an Acceleration of Wire Fraud?

Feb 22, 2019

Why has there been an acceleration of wire fraud? The acceleration of wire fraud has been intense, and it is exploding right now. And t...

Q&A: What is Wire Fraud?

Feb 22, 2019

What is Wire Fraud? If you’re a criminal and you want to steal someone’s money, the first thing you do is try to target people who do a...

Q&A: Who is Responsible if I am Scammed in a Wire Transaction?

Feb 22, 2019

Who is responsible if I am scammed in a wire transaction? I like to characterize this as “who’s left holding the bag”. And far too ofte...

Q&A: What is the Statute of Limitations for Filing a Suit Against a Contractor?

Feb 19, 2019

What is the statute of limitations for filing a suit against a contractor? Statutes of limitations for filing suits varies. It may be a...

Q&A: What are My Legal Options if My Contractor Never Completed the Work on My Home?

Feb 19, 2019

What are my legal options if my contractor never completed the work on my home? Many times, homeowners contend that they hired a contra...

Q&A: How do I Get Rid of My Contractor if They Aren’t Meeting My Expectations?

Feb 19, 2019

How do I get rid of my contractor if they aren’t meeting my expectations? You can always fire your contractor. The question is, i...

Q&A: What is a Mechanic’s Lien?

Feb 19, 2019

What is a mechanic’s lien? We deal with a lot of clients who are dealing with mechanic’s liens – both from a homeowne...

Q&A: Could I be Liable if my Contractor Does Not Pull the Right Permits?

Feb 19, 2019

Could I be liable if my contractor doesn’t pull the right permits? Absolutely. The homeowner is responsible for their home and th...

Q&A: Can I Sue My Contractor for Unreasonable Delays?

Feb 19, 2019

Can I sue my contractor for unreasonable delays? Absolutely. Homeowners want to sue for unreasonable delays all the time. The question ...