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How Much Will You Have To Pay For An Attorney?

In your case? Nothing.

That’s right, you do not pay us a dime. The debt collectors have to pay you and pay for your attorneys fees!

Yes, that’s 100% correct. How does it work?

We use the free-shifting provisions of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act to recover our fees from debt collectors that break the law when attempting to get money from you. It works, and that’s the way it should be.

Every potential client receives a free case evaluation. We want to hear your story first, to see how we would best be able to help you.

The only time that money exchanges hands is when you receive your penalty damages for the debt collector’s violations. You pay nothing upfront, nothing during the case, and even in the rare case of not receiving a settlement you still owe us nothing.

Even then, the debt collector will no longer be able to contact you.

You will never see a bill from us. And you will never have to pay a consulting fee or a retainer.

You tell us your story. We figure out how we can fight for you.

Watch video above to find out how we are compensated

If you are contacted for any reason by a debt collector, you should contact us.

Should You Fight Debt Collectors?


Why? Because:

  • Consumers have rights when dealing with debt collectors.
  • You have the right to be treated fairly.
  • You have the rights to protection from unscrupulous collectors.
  • Just because you owe a debt does not mean the collectors can do what ever they want.
  • Many debt collection companies will try to take advantage of you when you’re at your worst – and they do so to earn a profit!

    You don’t have to be a target for debt collectors that ignore the law. We can help you fight back, and get them off your back.

    You should fight back because the law is on your side.

    You should fight back because, we are on your side, and you will pay nothing for our fees.

    No one deserves to be treated that way. Stop the financial predators from taking advantage of you or others in your situation.

    The debt collectors have employees and lawyers working hard for them.

    If you feel like you need someone to work hard for you to combat their tactics, you found us. We’re here to fight on your behalf.

Why The Law Firm of Mitch Luxenburg?

In many law firms clients might meet with a partner or high level attorney at the beginning of their case. After the file is opened, it gets handed off to the lowest level attorney or paralegal.

That will never happen to you with the Fair Debt Collection Help team. Mitchel Luxenburg, takes a personal interest in every case that the firm accepts. Clients may contact him at any time to get information about their cases. He makes it a point to respond to all emails and phone calls, and to address all client concerns, as quickly as possible. We understand what you are going through because we have represented thousands of consumers throughout our careers.

The lawyers have personally settled thousands of cases and have more than 35 combined years of experience helping every day people fight back against large corporations including collection agencies, debt buying companies, automotive manufacturers and other businesses who defraud consumers and treat them unfairly.

The attorneys work with you as an individual, and are personally invested in your case. They do not get paid unless and until they settle or win your case.

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Who are our clients?

Great question.

Our clients are every day consumers like you.

Regardless of their income, age, or background, their common thread is, they need help stopping debt collectors.  

Some find themselves in an unfortunate position of owing a debt due to job loss, lack of medical insurance, student loans, or for any other reason. It really doesn’t matter. Regardless of whether or how you are in debt, you have rights!

What’s important to understand is that the reason why you’re unable to pay isn’t the issue. The issue is whether the debt collector that’s contacting you is breaking federal or state laws in its attempts to collect the debt. If so, you are entitled to legal representation at no cost to you and in most cases, you are entitled to monetary damages for the debt collector’s violations.

Getting into debt hurts. It is embarrassing to receive constant phone calls, voice mail messages or letters that lead to sleepless nights, fear and frustration. But you’re not alone.

The clients we’ve helped found this out. No one deserves to be harassed or treated unfairly over a debt.

Everyone deserves to be treated with respect.

Get Instant Access to Debt Collection Laws

We invite you to download a .pdf copy of the actual Fair Debt Collections Practices
Act that was drafted into law in 1976. Just fill out the form below to gain access.