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Debt Collection Class Action Lawsuits

Class action lawsuits are filed on behalf of a group of people who were harmed by a company’s violation of the law. In a debt collection class action lawsuit, Lemberg & Associates works on behalf of the group, fighting to get people fair compensation for the damages they’ve suffered, as well as punitive damages for the debt collector’s illegal behavior.

Current Class Actions

Lemberg & Associates is currently working on the following debt collection class action lawsuits. If your experience with a debt collector is similar to that in one of the lawsuits outlined below, please call our offices at (855) 229-9506, or complete the form to the right.

If you’ve been harassed or victimized by debt collection agencies, you should consult Lemberg & Associates. Our legal team is passionate about seeking justice for our clients, and wants to see debt collectors put an end to illegal practices. Our attorneys are dedicated to fair debt collection law, and we routinely win cases for our clients against debt collection agencies in an effort to ensure that other unsuspecting consumers aren’t harmed.

Lemberg & Associates’ team
of consumer attorneys is highly
skilled and ready to help you
with debt collector abuse.

If you have been the victim of harassment or illegal or unfair debt collection practices, Lemberg & Associates will discuss your options with you and protect your rights. For more information, contact Lemberg & Associates today at .

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"The FDCPA is a consumer protection statute and was intended to permit, even encourage, attorneys like Lemberg to act as private attorney generals to pursue FDCPA claims."

U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Evon v. Law Offices of Sidney Mickell
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