For most consumer litigation cases, our attorneys operate on a contingent basis. That means we don’t get paid a fee unless there is a recovery or result in your favor. We also provide free initial consultations for consumer law cases.
Camden & Meridew P.C.’s consumer protection attorneys represent consumers in false credit cases, unlawful debt collection practice cases, identity theft cases, cases of mistaken identity, credit report dispute cases, debt collector harassment and wrongful collection, as well as other consumer cases. As these cases often revolve around the information contained in your credit reports, Attorney Corey Meridew is well-suited to help you with your case.
Here are some simple summaries of these types of issues.
Credit is one of the most important elements of a person’s financial life. It is relied upon in many situations including acquiring housing, financing a vehicle, getting student loans, and signing up for a cell phone contract. Good credit takes time and hard work, and bad credit, even if not of your own doing, can erase your hard work. Repairing discrepancies in your credit history is often very time consuming and extremely frustrating. Contact us today to schedule a consult about your credit reporting issues.
Debt Collection Issues
Debt collectors can often be the worst part of being in debt. Whether through harassing phone calls, providing false or misleading information, or using other unfair collection practices, debt collectors can really ruin a person’s day. There is protection available for consumers from the unscrupulous activities and illegal tactics that some debt collectors utilize. Our attorneys are familiar with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).
Identity Theft Issues
With the rise of the electronic age, identity theft is becoming a major problem in the United States. The level of exposure of sensitive private information is higher than ever, and, unfortunately, identity theft crimes are also on the rise. However, there are preventative steps that can be taken to avoid identity theft and steps to help dampen the repercussions after the theft has occurred.