Assisting Businesses With Debt Collection
Collection law is controlled by state and federal statutes and involves the right to collect commercial and consumer debt legally. Collection laws statutes, including the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, create guidelines under which debt collectors may conduct business and define the rights of consumers involved with debt collectors. Understanding and following these guidelines can be rather complicated. When companies are dealing with collection matters, it is often advisable to work with a skilled collection attorney.
At Cress Law Group PC, our business law attorney stands ready and able to use Indiana law to bring unresponsive debtors to the table. When all other collection methods have failed, we know how to get a debtor’s attention. You can schedule your first meeting now by calling us at 260-200-5727.
A Collection Attorney Serving Northeast Indiana
At Cress Law Group PC, we know that businesses survive or fail based on their ability to collect the debts they are owed. When debtors default, businesses need an experienced debt collection attorney to secure their payments on time. Selecting the right lawyer can make all the difference in protecting businesses’ financial interests.
A collection law attorney can be an asset for any business and assist with significant debt collection claims. We represent individuals and businesses in the collection related to:
- Dental services
- Medical and patient services
- Back rent and damages
- Accounts receivable
- Equipment leasing
- The sale of goods
- Unpaid loans
- Deficiency matters
Why Cress Law Group PC Is Right For Your Collection Needs
At Cress Law Group PC, our attorneys are knowledgeable in all aspects of collection law, and we understand how even the smallest account receivable can add up. If you need assistance in collecting on debts in Indiana, we are standing by to speak with you and arrange for an effective collection strategy suited to your needs.
Our collection attorney, paralegals, collection personnel and administration staff provide the highest level of customer support and will assist you in the seamless placement, prelegal collection, legal collection and litigation stages of the collection process.
Call Today For Your Initial Consultation
We handle collection cases on a contingency fee* basis. This fee structure means that we do not get paid attorney’s fees until you get paid. Our collection law attorneys are committed to protecting our clients’ financial interests and seeing that others fulfill financial obligations. At Cress Law Group PC, we take pride in communicating regularly with our clients and providing them with up-to-date information on their collection accounts. Our goal is to ensure the continued achievement and growth of every business client we have the pleasure of working with.
*Contingent attorney’s fees’ refers only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases but are generally permitted in collection cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action must be paid by the client.