Our Debt Collection practice is limited to representing creditors in collecting the amounts legally due them.
Running and managing your business can be challenging. Spending extra time and effort trying to collect fees and debts owed to you can be distracting and frustrating.
Imagine if you could focus exclusively on growing your business and not have to worry about collections.
Our Firm offers a full range of debt collection services that will relieve you of that task. There are many collection services out there. However, a full-service law firm offers a distinct advantage over what a collection agency can do for you.
We can do more than simply make phone calls for you.
Here are some of the ways we can help you.
There are a variety of remedies available, depending on the type of debt you are owed and the services provided that were the basis for the debt.
Our combined efforts can be rewarding for you.
You can focus your skill on running your business.
We can focus our skill on collecting your debt.
It's that simple.
Our Firm has been successful in providing debt collection services for a wide variety of businesses on the shoreline and throughout Connecticut. Our collection services are always provided on a contingency basis. We don't get paid unless we collect your debt.
Your initial consultation with the Firm is complimentary. Feel free to contact us to tell us about your situation and find out how we can help you.
Our Firm also represents individuals who are trying to collect debts owed to them for various reasons. We offer all the same benefits to individuals tryng to collect their debts that we offer to businesses.
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("Act") was created by the Federal Trade Commission to eliminate abusive debt collection practices by debt collectors and to protect consumers against debt collection abuses such as using unfair or deceptive practices to collect from you.
The Act covers personal, family, and household debts, including money you may owe on a personal credit card account, auto loan, medical bill, or your mortgage. It does not cover debts you may have incurred to run a business.
Our Firm can ensure your collection practices stay in compliance with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("Act").
Debt Collection FAQ's: A Guide for Consumers, was prepared by the Federal Trade Commission to inform consumers of their rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Our Firm can take steps on your behalf to stop abusive collection practices, help to arrive at a settlement, and even recover actual damages for harassing collection agency abuse.