As a consumer, you have rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act and the Florida Consumer Collections Practices Act. If a debt collector is harassing you, our Florida debt harassment lawyers will sue them for you. Offices in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties.
If you owe money for credit cards, car loans, medical bills, mortgages or any other consumer debt and are being harassed by a debt collector, our team of Florida debt attorneys may be able to help. Just because you are in debt does not give a debt collector the right to violate the law and your personal dignity. Our Florida debt harassment cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, meaning no attorneys fees or costs unless we win.
When we represent you for a foreclosure, loan modification, short sale, bankruptcy or deed in lieu of foreclosure, the banks are not allowed to contact you to collect the debt. This is explicitly stated in the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act. We routinely file lawsuits against the banks for contacting our client when the banks know they have a lawyer. One of our goals is to stop the phone calls, and if the bank does not comply with the law, we sue them. You may be entitled to thousands of dollars in damages if the bank is harassing you or contacting you when you have a lawyer.
The Fair Debt Collection Practice Act and the Florida Consumer Collections Practices Act clearly state that a debt collector is prohibited from using harassment, oppression or abusive tactics. If you feel you may be the victim of an abusive or harassing debt collector, call one of our Florida debt collection attorneys as soon as possible. We offer free consultations with one of our debt harassment lawyers in Broward (Fort Lauderdale / Plantation), Palm Beach (Delray Beach) and Miami-Dade (Coral Gables, North Miami Beach). If you are being harassed or abused by a debt collector, call us today.
Loan Lawyers has a department that specifically handles only these debt harassment claims and we are ready to fight to for your rights on a contingency fee basis. If we take your case, you will not pay any attorneys fees or costs unless we win.
Our lawyers sue abusive and harassing debt collectors in Broward, Miami Dade, and Palm Beach.
Here are just some examples of abusive and illegal debt collection practices
- Are the debt collectors calling you excessively?
- Have the debt collectors made threats of violence?
- Have they used abusive language?
- Are they calling your boss, family, friends or neighbors?
- Have they threatened me with arrest or a lawsuit?
- Have they called me about a debt I do not owe?
- Is this debt outside of the debt collection statute of limitations in Florida?
- Do they call you early in the morning or late at night?
- Have they used profanity?
- Have they called you about a debt that was discharged in bankruptcy?
If any of these apply to you, you may be entitled to money damages for being harassed by a debt collector. It does not matter if you owe the money. Debt collectors have no right to violate the law under the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act and the Florida Consumer Collections Practices Act in their efforts to collect a debt. Don't let a debt collector violate the law and your consumer rights by harassing you. Call us today for your free consultation with one of our debt harassment and abusive debt collection practices lawyers in Broward, Miami Dade, or Palm Beach County.
Put an End to the Harassment and Abusive Debt Collecors in Florida
We file these cases on a contingency basis, so there are no fees or costs unless there is a recovery in your case. Please call our office and make an appointment to learn about your rights and how you may be entitled to money damages from an abusive debt collector.
The Florida Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Florida Consumer Protection Practices Act give consumers the right to sue debt collectors for harassing people in debt. Don’t let them victimize you. Know your rights and fight back. Contact us right now at 1-888-FIGHT-13 for a consultation with one of our lawyers in Broward County, Miami-Dade County or Palm Beach County.