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Edelman Combs Latturner & Goodwin, LLC Edelman Combs Latturner & Goodwin, LLC
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Protecting the Rights of Consumers For Over 25 Years


Please contact us if any of the following debt buyers have attempted to collect money from you within the last year

Absolute Resolutions

Alpine Capital

Atlantic Credit & Finance Inc




Caddis Funding

Cascade Capital

Cavalry SPV / Cavalry Portfolio Services


Credit Corp Solutions

Crown Asset Management

DNF Associates

EOS / Collecto


Icon Equities

Interstate Intrinsic Value Fund

Jefferson Capital


LCS Capital / LCS Financial


Midland Credit Management

Midland Funding


Pendrick Capital Partners

Portfolio Recovery Associates


Razor Capital

Resurgence Capital / Resurgence Financial / Resurgence Legal


Second Round

Security Credit Services

Troy Capital


US Asset Management

Velocity Investments

Webcollex LLC d/b/a CKS Financial

We can help you both defend claims against you and assert your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and other laws.

Our attorneys have a total of more than 100 years experience handling consumer lawsuits, including both lawsuits by consumers and lawsuits against consumers. One of them wrote the book on defending collection lawsuits. D. Edelman, Collection Litigation: Representing the Debtor (Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education 2008, 2011, 2014, 2019 editions), as well as the chapters in Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education publications on the Truth in Lending Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and mortgage-related claims.

Please note that if a lawsuit has been filed against you, it is important that you do not default (fail to appear in court), and that you vacate any defaults that exist right away. Debt buyers count on your defaulting in order to win. Once they have a default judgment, they will try to garnish your wages and bank accounts. Make sure to call us for a free consultation as soon as possible before your court date, or if a default has already been entered, right away

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