Stop the bill collectors – Sue them!

All too often, banks and collection companies try to collect money from my clients in illegal ways. We sue them when they do this, and make them pay YOU money.

That bill collector may not even have the right to collect any money from you at all. If that debt collector is up to no good by trying to collect money illegally, we will sue that debt collector for you, at no cost to you at all. In fact, a successful consumer protection lawsuit like this results in money damages paid for by the very debt collector who harassed you.

There are many ways to sue debt collectors, so contact us now for a free legal consult. We specialize in these cases. Contact us now at 727-375-8900 or click below to set up a free consultation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

These answers may help you understand your rights and options but if you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us for a free assessment of your situation and get the options you need to take back control of your life.

What should I do if I am receiving phone calls from an automated system to collect debt?

We can make it stop. There is a specific law that makes this type of telephone call illegal.  The use of automated dialers to contact you to collect debt is a violation of Florida Law, and will result in a money damages for you as a result of a successful lawsuit against that company.  Keep a phone log of the phone calls, and contact us right away.

What should I do if I am getting letters from debt collection companies?

These letters and notices need to be reviewed by a legal professional that specializes in this type of law.  There may be multiple illegal statements in those letters, and this could result in a successful lawsuit against the company that sent the letter to you.

What if there is something wrong on my credit report?

Depending upon what is incorrectly reported on your credit report, you may have a valid case against the person or company that reported that incorrect information to your credit agency.  There are very specific steps to take to have that incorrect information removed from your credit.  However, if that information is still being reported after those measures, this will also open that company up to a lawsuit for illegal activity.