Thanks. The insurance companies are Blue Cross (but with revenue passing through Brown & Brown as a general agent), Aetna, Colonial, etc... Brown & Brown ignored my attorney's earlier subpoena, Aetna gave the info no questions asked, I didn't subpoena Colonial.
The time to appeal has already passed.
As far as "serve & attach".....what's that mean? Wage garnishment cannot be done in PA unless it's for alimony, child support, or taxes. But these are not wages, they are 1099 commissions paid to a corporation. By "serve & attach", do you mean I can garnish those wages?
I want to avoid a debtors exam because this guy will keep changing banks, go to check cashing places and live off cash, etc... I'd rather go with a surprise bank levy and drain the account before he can go "cash only" then pursue the "till tap" (or "serve & attach"?) to get the rest.