Student Loan Debt Attorney
Zealous, Compassionate Legal Representation in St. Petersburg
Are creditors constantly harassing you over a missed student loan payment?
If you are facing abuse from a debt collection agency because of a late
or missed payment, you might be eligible for a cash compensation.
There are many state and federal laws that protect your consumer rights.
We’re here to enforce those laws and help you protect your rights
and, if necessary, sue those who harass you.
Call Boss Law today at(727) 877-3188. We provide free, no-obligation consultations.
Were You a Victim of Debt Collector Harassment?
College costs never stop growing, so it is no surprise that many people
find themselves in financial distress trying to keep up with student loans.
However, if you fall behind on even a single monthly payment, you may
face frequent, unlawful abuse and harassment from relentless debt collection agencies.
This harassment usually comes in the form of repeated, unwanted or downright
threatening phone calls, adding more stress to your already difficult
situation. Don’t worry though: these practices are illegal –
every time a creditor harasses you, they are violating a law, giving you
the opportunity to sue them for up to $1500 per call.
Knowing Your Consumer Rights Against Unfair Collection Agencies
Many state and federal statutes have been established to safeguard your
consumer rights against unfair debt collection tactics. The Fair Debt
Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and the Telephone Consumer Protection
Act (TCPA) define the boundaries by which collection agencies and creditors
can collect your debt.
If they cross the line in any way, we may be able to file a lawsuit and
request financial compensation.
You can seek compensation if a debt collector:
- Called you repeatedly or during inappropriate hours (after 9:00 PM or before 8:00 AM)
- Made use of robo-dialers, or other automated programs that leave computer-generated messages
- Made use of offensive, threatening, or abusive language
- Continued calling you after a formal request to stop (cease and desist)
- Offered deceptive solutions or fraudulent settlements to pay off your loan
- Provided misleading or false information about your debt
- Violated your privacy by informing other people of your debt, including
other family members
- Threatened to damage your status with your financial institution or your
How Can Our Firm Help You?
Our experienced legal team is here to provide you with full legal assistance
from beginning to end. If you’re eligible for a cash compensation,
we can handle the investigation process, find all the evidence required
to back up your claim, and fight on your side throughout the court battle.
In the meantime, our lawyers here at Boss Law can protect you from potential
damage that debt collector agencies might cause before you sue them. We
won’t charge you any fees unless we win!
Here are a few tips to safeguard your rights:
How Much Does It Cost To File a Lawsuit Against Your Student Loan Company?
Our law firm works on a contingency fee basis, which means you will only
pay a fee if your case is successful. This fee is a standard percentage
of your reward set by and enforced by the Florida Bar. In other words,
if we don’t win your case, filing a lawsuit against your student
loan company won’t cost a dime, and if we are successful, you’ll
only pay a percentage of your reward.
Why Choose Boss Law?
Our team of skilled attorneys has more than 20 years of experience in virtually
all areas of debt settlement law. We have defended countless victims of
creditor harassment over the years, and we’ve helped hundreds of
student borrowers negotiate their debt. Our team at Boss Law has significant
resources and steadfast determination to assist you in finding relief
from even the most dreadful forms of creditor harassment.
At Boss Law we relentlessly assist clients throughout the St. Petersburg
area. We are passionate about what we do, and we’ve been recognized
by Super Lawyers® for our commitment to our clients.
Call us at
(727) 877-3188. Let us help you stop student loan debt harassment– together we can win!