As a consumer rights attorney, Mr. Lewis works dilligently to ensure that consumer debtors are not taken advantage of by unscrupulous creditors that employ abusive collection tactics.
If you are being threatened or harassed by a debt collector, you may have the right to seek relief for violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Relief available under the FDCPA may include compensation for losses suffered as a result of the violation(s), monetary sanctions provided by statute, and the reasonable attorney fees and court costs associated with bringing and prosecuting the action in court.
The FDCPA was enacted to protect consumer debtors from unfair debt collection practices. Under the law, some of the prohibited conduct of debt collectors includes:
The above is not an exhaustive list, but if any of the above actions have happened to you, you may have legal rights to seek monetary remedy from the debt collector. Mr. Lewis will advise you if you have a case and what would be the best course of action.
If you believe you are being treated unfairly by a debt collector, you should:
Contact Lewis Legal Services, P.C. for advice on whether your rights have been infringed and whether you have a case to seek just compensation. The FDCPA has a short "statute of limitations" that limits the time in which a lawsuit may be initiated after the occurrence of a violation, so if you believe you were not treated in accordance with the law, do not sleep on your rights - contact us today.
Some debt collectors simply don't follow the rules. Protect your rights.
Bankruptcy Law Office of Eric C Lewis
Lewis Legal Services, P.C. P.O. Box 40603 Indianapolis, IN 46240 USA