Top 10 Collection Attorneys and Law Firms in California

I have noticed over the last 17 years that the following collection attorneys and law firms are the most likely to drive a lawsuit all the way to a wage garnishment, bank levy or abstract of judgment. You know these guys are good by all the consumer complaints about them. Of course, complaints by their own clients . . . not so much.

Sneakiest or just the best, you make the call! In fact, if one of these guys has sued you, you’d better make the call, to me: 951-200-3613.

People ask me all the time, “why are they suing me? You can’t squeeze blood from a turnip.” And I answer, “But you can eat the turnip.”

Top 10 Collection Attorneys or Law Firms

  1. Capital One’s in house legal department
  2. Hunt & Henriques
  3. Mark D. Walsh / Legal Recovery Law Offices
  4. Nelson & Kennard
  5. Midland Funding LLC
  6. Paris & Paris
  7. The Winn Law Group 
  8. Patenaude & Felix
  9. Mandarich Law Group
  10. Bleier & Cox

Not sure if you’ve been sued? But have you been delinquent on your debt payments for a while? Have you moved or had your house foreclosed?

You’d better Check the Courts and County Recorder’s Offices:

Check the County Recorder’s Offices to see if a creditor has recorded a judgment lien against you:

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