The Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act requires that before filing suit a plaintiff send to a prospective defendant a demand letter. Each letter is different, just as each case is different. I try to not just threaten the other party but explain what actually happened. It is an attempt to humanize my client to what is probably a big company that could care less. If I can get them to see my client as a person, to be interested in their story and to care then maybe we can settle without filing suit.
In this case my client worked for a car dealership and was wrongfully terminated. As part of his termination they accelerated their pursuit of payment on the car he purchased from them. He was unable to make the payments as they had wrongfully refused to pay him a large portion of his wages and lost the car.
Please see full Form Demand Letter below for more information.
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