FDCPA - What if the collector sued me?

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TDo not be overly concerned with the fact that the debt collector has sued you. We can help you defend this claim and we very likely will be successful. We defend approximately 25 cases per month against debt collectors, and we win almost every time.

The truth of the matter is that the debt collector, when it files a lawsuit,simply doesnt have enought evidence to beat you in court, IF you hire the right consumer attorney to defend you.

At our firm, Greg Artim handles the defense of debt collection lawsuits. Greg's success rate in handling these types of cases is literally "through the roof" so he very likely can defend your interests such that you should end up not having to pay the debt collector anything.

We are able to defend individuals who are sued by collection agencies on a cost effective basis. While there is no law available that would allow for recovery of attorney fees if you are sued by a debt collector, we strive to make the process cost effective for you by quoting a small flat fee to defend your interests in just such a case.

If you think that your rights have been violated by a debt collector, simply call our office at 412-281-1250 or 1-888-536-6644 or send an email to Morrow & Artim


FDCPA Information

Most potential clients have questions about the process of bringing an FDCPA claim against a debt collector. We hope that the following answers many of those questions.

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