Blog Posts in November, 2017

Medical-Debt Blog: Basic Hospital Classifications

It never hurts to understand your adversary. Medical debt relating to unplanned hospital visits can result in the financial dispute of your life. But as in any other collection cases, defenses exist! ...
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Collection Defense: Tips & Hacks #4 (Vacate Judgment, Debt buyers, Court Rules, Asset Recovery Solutions, LLC)

Inspired from our business facebook page, we delightfully offer some points and rules to use in your collection defense. The New York City Civil Court system has been dubbed, "the credit card ...
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Vacating a Default Judgment in New York: Some Fine Points

Receive a wage garnishment? Bank account frozen? Bothered by a judgment? If you are not in the position to hire us, although we always like to hear from you, I want you to understand some points under ...
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Receive a letter by Asset Recovery Solutions? Demand Validation!

I am not a nitpicky FDCPA lawyer. But I am an aggressive collection-defense litigator who has no hesitation to retaliate under the FDCPA when my clients are left in the dark without basic information. ...
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New York Court Rules will Undoubtedly Impact Debt-Litigation Market, says Jesse Langel, Esq.

A recent blog post discussed recent regulations enacted by New York State, which impose pre-lawsuit requirements on debt collectors. Those regulations require initial disclosures that recite exempt ...
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