Steve Koval – Attorney At Law

I help people who are the victims of illegal conduct by debt collectors, creditors, credit reporting agencies and other companies. If your rights have been violated, you may be able to sue under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Report Act (FCRA), Telephone Consumer Protections Act (TCPA), and other federal and state laws. Fortunately, many of these consumer protection laws provide for the payment of attorney’s fees by the companies who are violating these laws. If the law firm accepts your case, you do NOT have to pay any upfront attorney’s fees.

Unfortunately, many people wait too long before they contact an attorney about taking action against companies that violate the law. Many laws of laws protecting the public require that the lawsuits be filed within a relatively short time. For example, lawsuits for illegal debt collection activities generally must be filed within one year of the illegal conduct. Do not delay in seeking legal advice about your important legal rights!

Steve Koval featured on CBS46 news for filling a lawsuit against another firm for breaking debt collection laws
Steve has been featured on CBS46 News for representing Eduardo Austin in a federal class-action lawsuit against another law firm for breaking debt collection laws.

If you are the victim of abusive or illegal conduct by debt collectors, credit reporting agencies (Equifax, Experian, TransUnion), creditors or other companies, I can help you.

Contact Steve

Call (404) 350-5900 today for a free phone consultation.


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