What Can You Gain by Suing Abusive Debt Collectors?
Many collection actions and tactics used by debt collectors and collection lawyers are illegal. One step toward turning the tables and pursuing a judgment against harassing debt collectors is to educate yourself about the types of practices that constitute abusive debt collection. Another step is to learn about what you can gain by successfully suing a harassing debt collector.
If you succeed in a creditor harassment lawsuit, you may be awarded compensation for actual damages and attorney’s fees for economic loss, emotional distress and other damages. Additionally, under federal law any debt collector who violates your rights may be made ordered to pay you statutory damages of up to $1,000, even if you experienced no actual loss.
If You Have a Debt Collector Harassment Claim, We Can Help
Debt collector harassment claims can be difficult to prove. Damages, emotional distress and other losses must be proven. At Minnillo Law Group Co., LPA, we are experienced litigators who have successfully handled hundreds of legal disputes, including many cases involving unfair debt collection practices.
We have settled single-plaintiff and class action suits against both small, local companies and large, national companies including financial institutions, large collection law firms, national retailers and other large companies.
Get a Free Consultation With a Trial-Proven Consumer Protection Lawyer
For more information about how our firm can help you assert your right to be free from harassing and abusive debt collection practices, contact Minnillo Law Group Co., LPA. We provide free initial consultations and charge affordable, competitive rates. To schedule a free initial consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer, call +1-513-723-1600 or contact us online.
We have locations in Cincinnati and Eastgate, as well as offices in Fairfield and Covington to serve you. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.