How a Collection Attorney Can Help You
It’s important to receive all the revenue owed to your organization and working with a debt collection attorney can be a big help.
First, a collection lawyer can provide legal advice about the best way for you to collect debt on your own. This may include general legal advice or reviewing documents related to the debt. Also, attorneys can write demand letters on their law firm letterhead or make calls on your behalf. Hearing from an attorney can get debtors to respond, and pay.
If you join LegalShield today and you can be on the phone with a provider attorney in as little as 4 hours. You’ll get clarity and the advice you need to take the next right step.
Defending Your Business at Trial
If you’re a LegalShield member and a vendor or a customer claims that your business owes them money and decides to sue you, LegalShield has your back.
LegalShield’s Small Business Legal Essentials plan allows you to hire your attorney to defend your business for 25% off their standard hourly fees. Alternatively, you can purchase our Small Business Legal Plus or Small Business Legal Pro plans which include an optional trial defense services add-on for only $14.95/month for a covered civil action. Trial defense is not available in all states. Either way, you can save money on attorney representation when your business is a defendant in a civil action.