Violation of FCCPA Results in Client Getting Paid by Debt Collector» Print This Page
- June 15, 2016
- Cases, Debt Collection Lawsuit Defense
Case Outcome: Dismissal of debt collection lawsuit, and Client recovers money due to FCCPA violation
Plaintiff: Barclays Bank Delaware
Plaintiff’s Law Firm: Hayt, Hayt & Landau, P.L.
Plaintiff’s Attorneys: Ms. Dana Stern, Esq.
Our client contacted us after being sued by Hayt, Hayt & Landau, P.L. who represented Barclays Bank Delaware. After reviewing the documents, it was apparent that our client was being sued in the wrong county. This is violation of the FCCPA (Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act). After we were retained, we immediately pointed out the debt collector’s violations of the debt collection laws and submitted evidence proving the violation. Shortly afterwards, we negotiated a settlement that required the debt collector not only to dismiss their lawsuit without collecting a penny from our client, but to actually pay our client for the violation and fix his credit reports. Our client recovered the maximum statutory damages for the debt collector’s violation of the FCCPA.
Getting sued is a stressful situation but you do not have to go through it alone. We have successfully defended hundreds of debt collection lawsuits in Orange County, Seminole County, Volusia County, Lake County, Brevard County, and Flagler County. Taras Rudnitsky handles your case from beginning to end, and attends all necessary court hearings personally. Taras and Tina try to work around your schedule and are happy to offer free consultations to those in the counties we cover. You can click here to see some of the cases we have handled. Or, if it’s more convenient, you can just call us at 386-444-3032.Share This