If you find something on your credit that you think is incorrect, then the best course is to dispute it in writing. Call us today if you think your credit report is inaccurate and causing you to miss out on credit opportunities.
Getting your identity stolen can be a true hurdle to overcome. Most people find out their identity has been stolen when they get credit card statements in the mail that they never signed up for or they’re denied a loan. The worst thing you can do is be passive and do nothing, so call us today to come up with a plan if you think your identity has been stolen.
Yes. However, you have to have lived in West Virginia for approximately six months before you can file bankruptcy here. However, even if you just moved to West Virginia, it’s still best to call and establish a plan sooner rather than later, and it costs nothing to speak with an attorney.
Call us immediately. This could be evidence of identity theft or an unauthorized use of your credit account. Generally speaking, if you see an unauthorized charge on an account you regularly use, you should immediately dispute the charge with your bank or credit provider. On the other hand, if you receive a collection letter in the mail for a debt you do not owe, call us to discuss your options – that collection letter could be evidence of a bigger problem.
Call our office today to schedule an appointment with an attorney at no cost to you in order to come up with a plan that protects your rights.
Call the Broadwater Law Group. Steve Broadwater, the firm’s founding member, has been fighting the good fight for over thirteen years. During that time, he has been active within the West Virginia Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice, the preeminent organization for attorneys representing injured people and people who have had their consumer or constitutional rights trampled upon. Call today to schedule an appointment with Steve and find a lawyer who will help you find justice.
Write everything down. Keeping a written record (like a journal) of everything that happens is an excellent way for you to preserve evidence if you think you may have a legal case, regardless of whether it’s for illegal debt collection or any other potential matter.
Call us today for a free consultation to determine if you may have a legal claim for illegal debt collection, harassment, or any other potential consumer claim.