Having Problems with a Debt Collector?
Debt collectors use a variety of methods to collect consumer debts. Some are within the bounds of the law -- and some are not. Debt collectors may be violating the law if they are lying to you about your debt, if they are trying to collect money which you do not owe, if they are harassing you with robo-dialed phone calls, of if they seize or garnish your bank account or wages without proper authority to do so. If you believe you are victim of debt collector abuse, give me a call or send me an email for a free consultation about your case.*
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The other side pays my bill. Either I get a percentage of the recovery, or attorney fees will be paid by the other side. If I take your case, we will go through the terms and conditions for how this works.