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Review: “My lawsuit was handled very seriously by David Grubb and his firm. He, and his team, won my case and I have passed on his name to several people and will continue to do so. After my case was over, I was contacted by the...
Practice areas: Debt Collection, Wrongful Termination, Civil Rights, Class Action, Employment & Labor
Matthew Stonestreet loves the pratice of law. Because of his enthusiasm, he represents clients with an energy that inspires confidence and generates postive client relationships. He works tirelessly to develop strong arguments and present evidenc...
Practice areas: Debt Collection, Car Accidents, Criminal Defense, Class Action
I am from Putnam County, West Virginia and have always been dedicated to serving my community. After receiving my B.F.A. from Marshall University, I attended West Virginia University College of Law. At WVU, I worked in a legal clinic, working clos...
Practice areas: Debt Collection, Divorce & Separation, Landlord & Tenant, Criminal Defense, Car Accidents
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.