Commercial Debt Collection Lawyers
In your service or customer contract with a consumer or business, both sides are expected to perform their obligations as contained in the contract. Occasionally, a business or consumer may not live up to their part of the deal, putting a strain on your company. When a person or business owes you money or services, commercial debt collection laws grant you the ability to attempt to recover your losses, but with limitations and restrictions that are easy for a business to trip over and make mistakes.
When to Use Commercial Debt Collection with Business Law Southwest, LLC
As a business law firm, we can help you through the commercial debt collection process to ensure you are complying with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and other applicable laws. Contact a business lawyer at Business Law Southwest, LLC when:
- The debts that you are owed have an effect on day to day operations for your business
- You want a case evaluation to determine if the other party can counter-sue you for breach of contract
- You want to litigate against the other party to recover your losses
- You need help determining the conditions of payment
Our business lawyers at Business Law Southwest, LLC in New Mexico will be there with you, giving you personalized attention throughout the process.
Commercial Debt Collection Laws and Procedures
At Business Law Southwest, LLC, we understand that the compensation that sent you seeking help with commercial collections can be putting a huge strain on your business. That is why we work tirelessly for our clients. Our commercial collection services can:
- Help you with informal debt collection, such as sending letters or placing phone calls
- Represent you during litigation
- Negotiate with the other party to determine a pay schedule and amount
Positive Case Outcome
BLSW defended a lender against a borrower’s claims of tortious debt collection and violations of the New Mexico Unfair Practices Act. Not only did BLSW attorney Don Kochersberger successfully defend against the borrower’s claims at the trial, he also secured a jury verdict in favor of the lender on its claims against the borrower for breach of contract. As the prevailing party, the lender was also able to recover the costs incurred as a result of the litigation.Enter Your Text
When you have a customer or business that has not paid you for services or products, contact us at Business Law Southwest, LLC today.
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Call today to schedule a free strategic commercial debt collection planning session with an experienced business lawyer.Call Now: (505) 848-8581