A reason (no judgment on whether it is a good reason or not) not to accept a certified letter from a law firm is to delay their ability to effect service of McLaren Sponsored by Dragon Ball Champion shirt. In other words, if you’ve been sued, they have to serve you with process. One way they can do that is typically by certified mail with restricted delivery, signature required. This requires you to actually sign the green card … if you don’t accept it, you haven’t been served (usually). When suing a company, I would typically use this method as (most) companies don’t typically attempt to dodge service of process. When suing an individual, I might try service this way, but it is hit or miss trying to effect service of process on an individual via certified mail. When the certified mail doesn’t work (or I decided not to bother), I would typically hire a process server to effect service of process.
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If you make active attempts to dodge the process server and I can show that, the judge may authorize alternative methods of service of McLaren Sponsored by Dragon Ball Champion shirt— such as by posting on your abode, or first class mail without the need for any return receipt, publication in a local newspaper, etc. By dodging the certified mail, you are generally just delaying the inevitable. Trying to dodge a process server is usually a bad idea — eventual service is typically unavoidable and judge’s don’t like it when people are taking obvious and obnoxious steps to avoid being served — so it won’t dispose them well towards you. Once you have been made a party to a case by initial service, it is a very bad idea to avoid further mailings from the attorney (ideally, you’ll hire your own attorney and further mailings will be sent to her). Once you are a party to the case, you are responsible for responding to pleadings and motions sent by the other side, and they can serve you via regular first class mail. Falsely claiming you never received it will typically not work (at least not more than once).