About Our Law Firm
We offer our valued clients more than sixty years of combined expertise when it comes to collecting debts. We have the know-how and experience to collect on the debt that our clients are owed. We are respectful and responsive to all questions and concerns and we understand that running a business is challenging. We can help you if your business is owed money from former or current customers. Call us today to talk about your claim- we can help! Initial consultations are free!
A file sitting on a lawyer’s desk does not generate money for the client or for the lawyer.
When we take on a case for collection, we believe that we have an obligation to collect on that debt as soon as we can, plus the sooner we collect for you, the sooner we get paid for our services. There is no reason to delay. A file sitting on a lawyer’s desk does not generate money for the client or for the lawyer. Most clients that we do business with pay for our services on a contingency basis, so we all have the same goal of collecting as much of the debt as soon as possible. This makes sense to all of us- when we collect your money, we get paid. You can then use the money that you have been waiting on to pay bills or generate new business for your company.
Our lawyers provide every client with written fee agreements that clearly state what we charge for our collection services. We also make it known what we expect regarding expenses. That way, no one is surprised when payment is due.
The Lawyers in our Firm are aggressive, because we understand that debtors need to know when we first make contact with them, that we mean business. Getting clients what they are owed and as soon as possible is the formula for making a client “happy” and “pleased” with our services.
We will usually first send a demand letter to the debtor, depending on the specific commercial collection matter at hand. This will be a demand for payment and will give the debtor a time period to respond. If they don’t then suit will be filed.
Our law firm keeps every client informed of the progress of their case. We let you, the client, decide whether or not to accept a settlement if the debtor offers one. We can provide advice as to what we believe you should accept, but we do not make the ultimate decision.