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Forgery of signature

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quincy

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What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?
Washington State.

It's obvious that a doctor forged my signature on legal documents that state I would pay him/establishment in full. This signature they are stating is done on a computer. There are obviously differences in the signature that I will not go into detail about. Some obvious things are shapes letters are formed and what not. I always sign my middle initial, excetra.

The establishment is stating that since it was done on the computer electronically that it going to be altered. It is beyond altered and looks just like my practitioners handwriting.

What can I do. I don't want to be sent to collects. I am on a lien, and they are demanding payment. As I am closing my claim. I have multiple signatures from my other providers from my MVA that show my real signature.

What kind of lawyer do I hire?

Thank you.
Please do not start additional threads for the same legal issue. Add questions to one of your existing thread(s). Thanks.

I suggest you ask your current attorney for advice.

https://forum.freeadvice.com/medical-health-care-malpractice-72/sue-medical-malpractice-637937.html

https://forum.freeadvice.com/medical-health-care-malpractice-72/my-own-primary-care-638086.html

https://forum.freeadvice.com/auto-a...-1/lien-health-insurance-coverage-637443.html
 
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Quincy,

I don't have a current lawyer. That is why I'm inquiry here. I am trying to find a lawyer but I'm having trouble. I live in Washington state. If I had one I would be asking them.

I really need help.

Thank you.
 

quincy

Senior Member
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Quincy,

I don't have a current lawyer. That is why I'm inquiry here. I am trying to find a lawyer but I'm having trouble. I live in Washington state. If I had one I would be asking them.

I really need help.

Thank you.
I understand you really need help. You can help us help you by keeping all of your questions to a single thread.

The recommendation will still remain that you find legal assistance in your area, though. Your legal problems seem to be increasing rather than decreasing. I do not think that you will find the help you need on a forum. Your legal issues indicate you need personal professional guidance.
 
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