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Collections

Our experienced attorneys are dedicated to helping individuals and businesses collect the debts they are owed. We understand that the process of collecting debts can be time-consuming and confusing, which is why we are here to guide you through the process and ensure that you receive the funds you are entitled to.

The first step in the debt collection process is to determine if you have a valid claim. This means that you will need to show that the person or entity you are trying to collect from owes you money and that the debt is legally enforceable. This may require you to provide documentation, such as a contract or invoice, to prove that the debt is valid.

Once you have established that you have a valid claim, the next step is to try to negotiate a payment plan with the person or entity that owes you money. This may involve reaching out to them directly or working with a debt collection agency. Our attorneys have experience negotiating payment plans and can help you come to an agreement that is fair and reasonable for both parties.

If a payment plan cannot be reached, the next step is to file a lawsuit to collect the debt. Our attorneys have experience representing clients in court and can help you navigate the legal process. This may involve drafting and filing a complaint, serving the complaint on the person or entity that owes you money, and preparing for a trial.

It's important to keep in mind that the debt collection process can be time-consuming and may take several months or even years to resolve. Our attorneys will work closely with you to understand your goals and develop a strategy to achieve them. We will be by your side every step of the way, from the initial filing of a complaint to the final resolution of the matter.

There are several ways to collect a debt, including negotiation, mediation, and legal action. Our attorneys will work with you to determine the best course of action for your specific situation.

Negotiation: Our attorneys will work with the debtor to come to a mutually agreeable payment plan. This is often the quickest and most cost-effective way to collect a debt.

Mediation: If negotiation is unsuccessful, our attorneys can assist you in the mediation process. This involves working with a neutral third party to come to a resolution.

Legal action: If all other methods have been exhausted, our attorneys can take legal action to collect the debt. This may include filing a lawsuit or seeking a judgment.

In addition to assisting with the collection of debts, our attorneys can also help with:

  • Drafting and reviewing contracts to ensure that they include proper language for debt collection
  • Representation in court for debt collection lawsuits
  • Asset tracing to locate assets of the debtor

At Jung Disability and Injury Advocates, we understand that the debt collection process can be overwhelming. That's why we offer our clients personal attention and support, and we will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive the compensation you are owed. Don't let unpaid debts go unresolved. Contact Jung Disability and Injury Advocates today at (843) 576-4200 to schedule a free consultation and let us help you get the funds you are owed. 

 

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Office Location

1156 Bowman Rd
Suite 200
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

843-576-4200 (Main)
843-364-1176 (Cell)
855-319-2736(Fax)
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