Zwicker & Associates, P.C.

The Langel Firm defends consumers against state-court collection lawsuits brought by Zwicker & Associates, P.C. In appropriate cases, we may also take action against Zwicker for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

Zwicker & Associates Cases Dismissed for Failure to Produce
Process Server at Traverse Hearings

Zwicker & Associates brazenly affirmed the veracity of blatantly falsified affidavits of service, we argue. The affidavits were those of American Legal Process, the disgraced process serving company that was shut down for its systematic sewer service scandal that resulted a state petition to overturn approximately 100,000 judgments. Rather than honor our clients' sworn affidavits factually rebutting the affidavits, Zwicker dragged our clients to multiple traverse hearings that did not go forward.

We vacated two Discover Bank judgments: one for $10,241 and the other for $9,000. Because of Zwicker's inability to prove proper service, both actions were dismissed. Discover Bank v. Nieves, 52393/07, Queens Civil Court; Discover Bank v. L.N., 02100/08, Queens Civil Court).

The Langel Firm Sues Zwicker & Associates, P.C. for Deceitful Attestation of Phony
Affidavits of Service

We sued Zwicker in Federal Court (L.N. v. Zwicker & Associates, P.C, et al., 12-4736) alleging violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act for attesting to falsified affidavits of service it had good reason to know were false. This action is pending

Zwicker & Associates Found Liable for Deceptive Collection Letter

Sparkman v. Zwicker & Associates, P.C. (Eastern District, New York 2005)

The court found as a matter of law Zwicker's collection letter violated the FDCPA because it failed to clearly identify the creditor. The letter also violated the FDCPA because of its confusing language as to whether or not an attorney was "meaningfully involved" in preparing the letter.

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