Partner in a mid-sized general law practice. Although my firm practices in almost all areas of law, my individual practice is focused on representing claimants in Workers' Compensation matters and representing creditors in foreclosure and credito...
Practice areas & skills: Debt Collection, Workers Compensation, Litigation
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Practice areas & skills: Debt Collection, Family, Real Estate, Personal Injury
I'm a passionate consumer lawyer, designated as the “most active consumer attorney” by the debt collection industry for five years in a row. In 2001, I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. After graduation I worked for several...
Practice areas & skills: Debt Collection, Consumer Protection, Lemon Law, Class Action
Review: “We happened upon Attorney Lou Dagostine when doing some internet research to find a lawyer who specialized in New Home Construction issues. From the very first phone call (which was returned promptly from an initial, bri...
Practice areas & skills: Debt Collection, Litigation, Business
Member of The Forwarder's List of Attorneys Member of The Commercial Law League of America Member of The District of Columbia Bar Association Member of The New Haven County Bar Association Member of The Connecticut Bar Association
Practice areas & skills: Debt Collection, General Practice, Landlord & Tenant, Personal Injury
If you are part of a legal case involving debt collection, you may want to hire a debt collection attorney. A lawyer with experience in debt collection can help fight for your rights as a consumer, defending you against a debt collector or creditor. Conversely, if you have successfully sued someone but still haven't been paid, a debt collection lawyer can help you recover money you are owed. Many laws detail consumer protection laws as well as debt collection regulations, requirements, and procedures, and a debt collection attorney can help determine which legal strategies will be most effective in your case. In some cases, debt collection attorneys work for a percentage of the amount owed and only receive payment when you collect your money.