- Report: #882854
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Complaint Review: WIlber Lane Law Firm
WIlber Lane Law Firm816 Eldorado Rd., Suite 7 Bloomington, Illinois United States of America
WIlber Lane Law Firm Blaming me for 2011 Hurricane Irene water damage to apartment; I moved out in 2009! They say it's caused by leaking shower. Bloomington, Illinois
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I moved out of the apartment in July of 2009; they say the tenant below suffered water damage from a leaking shower above in August 2011, and they want me to pay for it!
Guess what Wilber Lane, in New Jersey in August 2011 in the county where the apartment is, there was a record 19 inches of rain, including 8 inches in one day at the peak of Hurricane Irene.
Not a very smart law firm either: someone probably got them to fall for bogus claim that it was water damage from a shower. Now Wilber Lane is probably trying to get anyone who ever lived there to fall for their deceptive tactics so they can get a legal judgment.
Don't fall for it! Respond in writing clearly stating the facts, deny they have any factual basis for their claim, and tell them to stop harassing you.
These people are unethical, devious, and dishonest scammers.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/14/2012 10:11 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/WIlber-Lane-Law-Firm/Bloomington-Illinois-61702-2155/WIlber-Lane-Law-Firm-Blaming-me-for-2011-Hurricane-Irene-water-damage-to-apartment-I-mov-882854. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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