Harrison A. Lord

Harrison A. Lord

Debt Collection Attorney
Charlotte, NC




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About Me

Harrison A. Lord is trial lawyer with Bernhardt and Strawser. His practice focuses on creditors' rights and debt collection. Specifically, Harrison assists clients in pursuing payment of debts and past-due invoices, including pre-litigation negotiations, filing and prosecution of lawsuits, and assisting with post-judgment collections and remedies.Before joining Bernhardt and Strawser, Harrison...

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Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Client Reviews

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Highly recommended for collection

Posted by: Brian 4 months ago.

Harrison helped me with a very difficult collection case and provided excellent advice every step of the way. He knows the legal process inside and...

Excellent. Very Clever, Strategic, always responsive.

Posted by: a Lawsuits & Disputes client over 1 year ago.

Understood my problem intuitively. Came up with a strategy and kept me up to date every step of the way. He was very knowledgeable, aggressive, but...
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Showing 2 of 6 peer endorsements

Jason Hal Haber
Jason Haber

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Almost 2 years ago

Relationship: Friend

I endorse this lawyer.
Edwin M. Hardy
Edwin Hardy
About 2 years ago

Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter

I endorse this lawyer. He is proficient and reasonable.
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2007 License Status: Authorized to practice law for the state of North Carolina.
Last updated by Avvo: 12/11/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2013 – present

Bernhardt and Strawser, P.A.


Showing 1 of 3 degrees

2006 JD - Juris Doctor, with honors in Law

Washington University School of Law


Showing 1 of 7 awards

2015 Legal Elite Litigation

Business North Carolina


Showing 1 of 21 association entries

2014- present Chair Elect

North Carolina Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division

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Showing 2 of 3 publications

2008 Insurance Claimants Beware: Consummation Of A Plan Can Shoot Down Your Appeal!

Bankruptcy Law and Litigation Report

2008 Why You Need To Prove Tortious Conduct To Render Breach-Of-Contract Damages Nondischargeable

Bankruptcy Law and Litigation Report

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