Consumer Litigation

When debt collectors cross the line, we fight back. In addition to having the right to force debt collectors to prove that you actually owe a debt, you have the right to make them pay you if they violated the law. It does not matter if you owe money or not — if they break the law, they pay you.

Consumer Litigation

Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

Debt collectors can’t do things like call you at all hours of the night or tell your boss you owe money. If you were harassed, abused, or threatened, we may be able to help you win up to $1,000 for each individual violation of this law.
Learn more about the FDCPA >

Fair Credit Reporting Act

Debt collectors also can’t take your credit report hostage to try to bully you into paying money. If a debt collector reports false, inaccurate, or outdated information to the credit bureaus, you have the right to get that information removed from your credit report and may be entitled to recover for any losses you suffered as a result.
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Telephone Consumer Protection Act

Robocalls, calls late at night or early in the evening, and other annoying calls are often illegal. If you’ve received these types of calls, the law may give you the right to sue for up to $1,500 for every single call.
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Truth in Lending Act

Has a lender charged you extra fees or suddenly increased your interest rate? When a lender violates your rights, you may be entitled to up to $1,000 per violation.
Learn more about the TILA >

To schedule a consultation and learn whether you’re entitled to up to $1,500 per violation, contact our Brooklyn or Queens offices now. You do not pay attorney fees even if you win.