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How to Handle the Bill Collectors


Financial hardships can be extremely stressful, especially when coupled with a hectic work schedule and a busy life. Receiving demanding calls from bill collectors can make you feel anxious and apprehensive about your financial future. Crane Flores, LLP helps you handle the bill collectors, which can benefit you in several ways. We’re going to tell you more about how we stop them and how you’ll benefit from working with our seasoned attorneys.

Your medical bills are mounting and your good credit is in jeopardy. What can you do to stop the harassing calls and possible lawsuits? Remain calm. Your attorney can handle the exasperating collectors. In addition to your attorney, at Crane Flores, LLP, we have a highly trained team of medical billing experts and ex-insurance company employees who know the insurance companies’ tricks. With this extensive experience, we offer a privileged perspective to get you what you deserve and to prevent collectors from further complicating your life.

We can stop their calls and negotiate with creditors to help you resolve financial issues. We arrange to end the collections calls and pay medical bills directly from your settlement. You will have peace of mind knowing you won’t need to search for additional income to pay off medical bills.

You shouldn’t have to worry about fixing your credit, especially if you were in good standing before your accident. Your credit plays an important role in your financial future and this shouldn’t negatively affect you, especially if you’re looking to buy a home or car, for example.

Their calls can have negative effects on your life and we understand that. It can create unnecessary worry, anxiety, and fear knowing that people are calling to collect money from you. It can be especially taxing after being in an accident when you’re trying to cope with the aftermath and recuperate from any injuries. Your recovery shouldn’t be filled with more problems to solve; you should be able to focus on your physical and mental health.

It’s important to know that bill collectors must abide by the law in their attempts to contact you. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) contains detailed sections outlining your rights and what collectors are allowed to do. They can be sued if they violate the law, but another lawsuit is not for you to worry about. Simply let us know about your interactions with them, if you’ve spoken with them at all, and we can determine the right course of action. The attorneys at Crane Flores, LLP make it their mission to help clients in need. We don’t want you to struggle and feel burdened by impending medical debt.

There are some things our firm can do you for you that you can’t do on your own. It’s okay to ask for help and seek representation so someone can serve as your advocate. We’re available for free consultations 24/7. Contact us today to speak with one of our attorneys so we can begin helping you and fight for the compensation you deserve.