MAKE THE CALLS STOP WITHOUT BANKRUPTCY. FIND OUT HOW WE CAN ASSIST WITH YOUR FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT CLAIM

Businesses, debt collectors and others must follow specific rules when contacting you about past-due debts or services that they offer. If they fail to follow these rules, you may be able to recover compensation from them. Certain laws, such as the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), protect you from repeated and unwanted harassment by these companies and their employees.

At Frankfort Law Group, we have helped many people throughout Illinois recover compensation from companies who violate the provisions of these laws. Our attorneys will examine the specifics of your case, and learn if these companies have acted in an unlawful manner. If you have a claim for compensation, we will aggressively pursue damages against those who have harassed you.

What Happens If Debt Collectors Continue To Call You?

These companies may call you first thing in the morning or even after you have went to sleep. They may make calls to your place of employment to try to make you feel embarrassed in front of your co-workers. They might even tell you that if you fail to pay your debts, that they will have you arrested and thrown in jail. They are simply trying to intimidate you, and you should know that you do have rights.

If companies are calling an improper number after you have asked them to stop, they could be forced to compensate you for these actions. If they continue to make repeat calls, these amounts increase. Every call could add to the amount of compensation you will be able to recover.

It is important to know that these are complicated cases. The facts of each case will need to be carefully reviewed to determine if companies violated federal laws. Our lawyers are well-versed in these laws, and we know how to approach these cases. You do not have to continue to be harassed by debt collectors.

Bring An End To Creditor Harassment — Call Today For A Free Consultation

To learn if you may have claims against debt collectors who continue to bother you with calls, letters or texts, reach out to our attorneys by calling 219-200-2599 or by sending us an email. We will help you bring an end to harassment by creditors or their agents.