Trace a Phone Number to Stop a Mobile Phone Number Lawsuit
Recently there has been a major breakthrough in the world of US Cellular Litigation. The US Federal Trade Commission has approved a new program that allows cell phone users the ability to file a mobile lawsuit against anyone and everyone who ever tolls on their cell phone. Why so many people would want to file a personal injury lawsuit against someone over using their cell phone? Well, there are actually quite a few reasons.
First of all, there are more than two hundred million cell phones being sold every year in the US alone.
If you think about it, this number is growing by the day. So, there’s a lot of potential customers out there who don’t realize that they can use these phones to abuse others. You can be a victim in a matter of seconds from having your cell phone ringtone repeatedly and hang up on you because it is distracting you from focusing on what you are doing.
Secondly, there are so many more options available when it comes to cellular lawsuit that it is hard to believe anyone could ever get a lawsuit from just one person.
A few years ago, if you had called the police department and complained about a harassing phone call you may have gotten some kind of a ticket. Now, you can file a personal injury claim and get reimbursed for your expenses, or even sue the company that the phone owner is using to make the calls. You can even bring a legal suit against any co-worker who ever gave you the creeps by calling you on your cell phone. It seems the only way people are not suing everyone they run into is if they can prove they were harmed in some way by that person.
There are other reasons to file a lawsuit online as well.
Did you know that you can search through the phone numbers and identify someone who has been calling your wife, son, or daughter? The problem is that many people do not report cell phone numbers when filing a police report. If you suspect your spouse of cheating, you can use the reverse lookup service to find out who owns that phone number.
It can be frustrating to get a hold of the harassing caller. The last thing you want is to give up your cell phone in exchange for the information you need. This is why many people hire a private investigator to investigate the source of the phone number before they file a personal injury lawsuit. In many cases, the victim is able to get enough evidence to file a suit against the company which owns the cell phone number, but sometimes not all the evidence is required to file the lawsuit.
If you are considering using a private investigator to get a hold of the culprit, I would advise you to do so with caution.
I understand the frustration many people have in getting information from a person with whom they are suspicious of. If you feel comfortable with this person, I understand. However, there are still dangers associated with hiring an investigator. Many of the so-called “private detectives” will demand a hefty fee up front before they promise to get you the information you need. If you get into such a situation, I would advise you to reconsider the services that you are seeking.
You can also get a hold of litigation support from many companies on the Internet.
This is probably the best way to get access to a reliable source of litigation assistance. These companies can assist you in finding the right individual to sue. They can also provide you with advice and information regarding how to file the lawsuit, how the case should be handled, how much money you should expect to receive, and other helpful legal advice. In most cases, these companies are backed by a strong network of legal professionals who know all of the best attorneys and investigators in the country.
You do not have to put your life at risk. Do not let someone take advantage of you because you did not protect yourself with a proper phone number search. Protect yourself by finding out who owns the phone number before you give up your valuable cell phone. If the problem was your negligence, then consider taking this matter to the court. However, if it was done by another party, you need to find out who is to blame for this. It may be an ex-employee or someone you currently have a relationship with.