Wrongful credit damage
Having Trouble With a Credit Bureau or Collection Agency?
Should you sue?
Having trouble disputing wrongful or false credit reporting? Filing a lawsuit against the credit bureaus, banks and debt collectors is often the best way for consumers to get harmful marks off of their record. We can help you get errors removed so that your credit score is no longer being negatively affected. We also frequently get money damages for our clients.
Get results fast
The longer that a bad mark stays on your record, the worse is it for you in the long run. Our goal is to help you get wrongful credit reporting removed from your record quickly through any legal means necessary. We also get compensation for your damages. Attorney Robert Brennan has been helping Consumers successfully sue Experian, Equifax and TransUnion, as well as all of the big banks, credit card companies, lenders and debt collectors for over 20 years. We are recognized as the leading law firm for cases under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) in Southern California.
I get a lot of requests for information about all of the companies that keep files on citizens–you!–and whether there is any way to find out what files these companies keep. Unfortunately, there are just too many companies and it’s impossible to keep track of all of them. However, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has published a list of companies to whom you can request your consumer file, to check for accuracy. These “specialty consumer reporting bureaus” answer to the same laws as the big credit reporting companies–Experian, Equifax and TransUnion. Order your reports! If there are inaccuracies, these could affect your life and your livelihood, in a big way. If you cannot get the information corrected, well…you know who to call.
Start with a phone call
We offer free legal consultations for consumers facing false credit reporting issues. Call our firm today to speak with an attorney and find out what rights you have as a consumer, if you should sue the credit bureau, and if taking legal action will really get you the results your after.