RedFlag, Allegation and/or Complaint against John Rogers
Disclosure #1 for John Rogers
- Event Date: 6/17/2004
- Disclosure Type: Judgment / Lien
- Judgment/Lien Amount: $15,498.84
- Judgment/Lien Type: Civil
- Broker Comment: THIS WRECK HAPPENED ONE SUMMER I WAS HOME FROM COLLEGE. I ASSUMED THE INSURANCE MY MOTHER HAD ON HER CAR AT THE TIME HAD TAKEN CARE OF THE DAMAGES TO THE OTHER CAR. I NEVER PHYSICALLY RECIEVED THE SERVING OF THIS CASEDUE TO ME RETURNING TO SCHOOL. I WAS ANAWARE OF THE LIEN OF PAYMENTS BY THE INSURANCE COMPANY. THE SERVING OF THIS CASE, AND THE LIEN ON MY NAME UNTIL I WAS CONTACTED NYPFS – SRR.
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Originally reported on November 17, 2022 @ 7:58 pm