Indiana Debt Collections Attorneys
Businesses simply cannot afford to give up hard earned income. Debt collection strategy is absolutely critical to your business plan and your finances. At Efron & Efron, in Hammond, Indiana, we are aggressive in handling debt collection matters for clients.
Aggressive Indiana Debt Collection lawyers
It is our belief that effective collection of delinquent accounts requires full implementation of legal processes, including litigation. Whereas other collection firms place emphasis upon direct contact with debtors through telephone calls and letter campaigns, our Indiana debt collection attorneys focus their collection activities on getting results. Over the years, we have learned that the best results come within the framework of the legal system.
Because we produce results, several of our clients have been with us for over twenty years. Our firm have the resources needed to diligently pursue fee recovery on our clients' delinquent accounts. Our attorneys recognize that generating legal documents and constant oversight is the key to successful collection. Therefore, we assign account files to our Collection Department, which is comprised of a staff whose sole responsibility is to collect past due accounts.
At Efron & Efron, we are persistent. While the old axiom "you can't draw blood from a turnip" is certainly true, our experience has taught us that circumstances change. Since judgments continue to bear interest, our clients are often surprised to learn the value of their "investment". We have collected on many debts viewed as "lost causes." We regularly receive telephone calls from Title Company agents across the United States seeking to remove judgment liens obtained many years earlier.
Contact our Indiana Debt Collection Attorneys
If you have any questions about debt collection of fee recovery, please contact the Indiana debt collection lawyers at Efron & Efron. Our attorneys can be reached by phone at  931-5380, by e-mail, or by filling out the intake form on our Contact Us page.