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  • Sued for a Credit Card Debt

    If you’ve been sued by a credit card company for an alleged debt, you undoubtedly have many questions about the credit card lawsuit. There are three basic proofs the credit card company will need to present evidence in order to win: they are the proper plaintiff, you are the proper defendant, and that they are entitled to the amount they sued for. Learn about these points from Rudnitsky Law Firm.

  • Telemarketing Robocalls Ban

    Federal Trade Commission announced changes to its rules relating to telemarketing, some of those changes took effect on September 1, 2009. However, certain businesses are beyond the jurisdiction of the Federal Trade Commission. Rudnitsky Law Firm aims at helping Florida Consumers against phone harassment and telemarketing robocalls.

  • File a Complaint Against a Debt Collector

    Many consumers have asked us how they can file a complaint with the government when they have been harassed by a debt collector. This harassment can be verbal or written, and can result from abusive conduct or from receiving deceptive notices. If the debt collector is violating the law, hire an experienced Florida debt lawyer familiar with debt collection law to solve your problem.

  • Lemon Law Arbitration

    If you have a lemon under Florida’s lemon law, and you have provided the notices required by that law, you may well be entitled to a hearing on your claim. There are generally three members of the Florida new Motor Vehicle Arbitration Board who will hear your dispute, with a decision requiring a majority vote.

  • Can I Sue a Debt Collector

    If you have experienced threats, lies, deception, abuse or harassment by a debt collector, you may be entitled to sue them. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act ensures consumers are not abused by debt collectors. Rudnitsky Law Firm explains this to you.

  • Florida Lemon Law

    To qualify as a lemon under the Florida Lemon Law, your car must meet several legal requirements. This article summarizes many of the most important provisions of the Florida Lemon Law, which is formally known as Florida’s Motor Vehicle Warrant Enforcement Act. The Florida lemon law applies only to new vehicles, and not used vehicles.

  • Top 10 List of Consumer Complaints

    The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) published their list of the top 10 complaints received from consumers by the offices of the Attorney General of the 50 states. The top 3 on the list were debt collection, auto sales and home repair/construction. But credit card disputes and mortgage issues rose into the top 10. Learn more from the Florida Consumer Lawyers and Attorneys.

  • Recent Changes to Credit Card Laws

    The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act, had several provisions that took effect in August 2009. Under the new law, the credit card companies are not required to give you any advance notice before lowering your credit limit or even closing your account altogether. Learn more about these credit card law changes from Rudnitsky Law Firm.

  • Defend a Credit Card or Debt Collector’s Lawsuit

    In many cases, a consumer may have a legal defense to a lawsuit filed against them that seeks to collect on a credit card debt or other debt. It may be that the debt collector did not follow proper procedure in filing or pursuing the lawsuit, or others. The question then is . . . how do you assert those defenses? Learn from Rudnitsky Law Firm how to defend a credit card or debt collector’s lawsuit.

  • What is Summary Disposition or Summary Judgment

    In many cases where a debt collector has sued a Florida consumer on a credit card debt or other consumer debt, they will file a Motion for Summary Disposition (in Small Claims or County Court) or its equivalent in Circuit Court, a Motion for Summary Judgment. It is critically important that you respond appropriately to such a Motion.