If you already have a judgment against the LLC, then how did you serve the summons and complaint to start the lawsuit? You could not have served it at a PO box. Or are you saying that you want do that now to start the lawsuit (to seek the judgment)?I have filed a judgment against the company (it is a LLC) for services not rendered and have paid for a marshal to "serve" them. But the address for the company is a PO Box. How do I serve a PO Box?
That won't do any good. No insurance is going to cover a simple failure to pay a bill.Part II: I have a copy of the company's insurance. I was wondering if I could file a judgment against the insurance company for payment on behalf of their client.
You are absolutely right. The link provided by bcr is what should be used by TheTreeTeam to find the name, address and registered agent for the business.But the results of the PO box request may not be the entity that service is properly made on. If this is a corporation, the person who rented the mailbox may not be the person who needs to be served. It has to be an officer, managing or general agent, or the person designated to receive service.