The firm takes collection matters from start to collection. Prior to filing the lawsuit we will evaluate a case to determine if it is infact collectible.  We will determine if the business or individual has assets or if the debtor is "hiding assets" or simply a deadbeat avoiding collection for a variety of creditors.  If we determine that the legal obligation is collectable we will then proceed to commencing legal action or litigation.

We will draft and file the complaint, and proceed to either default judgment or trial, depending on how the case progresses.  Once a judgment is obtained, we will proceed to collection on that judgment.

A judgment is really just a piece of paper until you collect it. The Judge will not collect for you, you have to now try to collect on the judgment yourself. After we obtain a judgment, our office will collection on the judgment for your, either by bank levy, wage garnishment, til tap, sheriff keeper installation, foreclosure of non-exempt assets.  Many times after we have levied on a debtor's account, they will make a voluntary payment plan to avoid further levies.

Our firm will recover your past due medical accounts, often times without you losing your patients or further loss.  Our firm will help you collect on your past due accounts without having your medical malpractice insurance costs increase. We can manage and assist in medical debt recovery. It is more cost effective to retain our office in your collection matters rather than sending out your accounts to a collection agent who will keep more than half of your accounts.  We will also review your invoices and patient pay agreements, so that you are entitled to collect your collection fees and costs in addition to your past due accounts.  Without a proper agreement, you maybe losing thousands of dollars in collection costs without even knowing it.
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