Let’s say you work for an up-and-coming but thus-far successful Oregon microbrewery.  You’ve provided a raft of marketing services for them, which is part of their success.  But as many business owners do, you’ve fallen into the trap of providing more and more work without payment, because you’ve developed a foundation of trust with the brewery.

Then they go under unexpectedly, leaving you holding a huge unpaid bill and wondering how to collect.  As time passes, your requests for full payment go unheeded, and even attempts to collect partial amounts are ignored.  You discover they’re in bankruptcy court.  Now you’ll never see your money, right?

Not necessarily.  What you need is a good attorney who understands legal collections, especially in the state of Oregon.  With solid legal advice and representation, you have a much better chance of getting what you’re owed, no matter your industry, size, and situation.  If you want to collect successfully, get in touch today.

Underwood Law assists its clients with Commercial and Consumer Collections needs by providing seasoned legal advice regarding:

  • Civil Action Prosecution and Defense
  • Arbitration Prosecution and Defense Services
  • Jury Trials
  • Bench Trials
  • Motion Practice
  • Settlement
  • Obtaining & Collecting Civil Judgments
  • Conducting Judgment/Debtor Exams
  • Preparation & Service of Interrogatories
  • Filing Proof of Claims (POC) in Bankruptcy Proceedings
  • Filing Creditor’s Claims in Probate Proceedings
  • Compliance Counsel Regarding Oregon’s Unlawful Trade Practices Act (UTPA) and the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)

Collections Blog

Is a Debt Collector Contacting You?

If you are like many, you have some debt.  When bills are unpaid and in default, a creditor may seek the assistance of a collection agency or attorney to collect unpaid debts.  This occurs when payments are in default and
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