Credit Reporting Errors.
An accurate credit report is critical.
Your ability to open a credit account, get a car or home loan, and even seek certain types of employment can all depend on it. If there are errors on your credit report that artificially inflate your credit score, it could jeopardize your future in a number of significant ways.
If you find credit report errors and dispute them, it is the responsibility of the offending agencies to correct them. If they don’t, you have the right to take legal action to protect your interests. These cases can become extremely complex, and it is important that you have strong representation from an experienced firm with the ability to properly handle your case.
You have rights worth protecting!
The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) provides consumers with the ability to bring legal action against credit reporting agencies and/or the parties that provided them with the inaccurate information that harmed you. Know your rights and learn what you can do right now to dispute any errors on your credit report.
We'll review your case and give you a complete assessment of any damages that you may be entitled to seek. Rest assured that we'll work closely with you to understand the losses you suffered and how credit reporting errors might have contributed to them:
Was your mortgage application denied and you lost a house you wanted to buy?
Did your small business loan fall through, forcing you to shut down the company?
Did you lose a job offer?
We explore the viability of pursuing a lawsuit against the responsible parties. We also work to quantify the actual losses you have suffered. In addition, to the actual losses caused by these errors, you may also have a claim for attorney fees and other types of damages.
Take the first step towards a successful recovery by contacting us for a free case review. When we say free, we mean exactly that. After an attorney personally listens to the details of your situation, we’ll discuss your rights and options. You won’t be obligated to use our law firm, and you’d owe us nothing for this service.
In many situations, we are able to offer to represent our clients on a “contingency fee” basis. In other words, we front all costs for your case and only collect a fee if we win. And, we work tenaciously to do that for you. We’ll help you get maximum compensation for your losses and suffering that result from violations of your rights.