Debt Assignment: Joining Forces With Others To Collect

Debt Assignment Commercial CollectionsThere are times when your client isn’t paying others besides you. Wouldn’t it be great to join forces with the other party by taking an assignment of their claim, or assigning yours to them? A united force through debt assignment to pursue a delinquent customer has both risks and rewards. Continue reading “Debt Assignment: Joining Forces With Others To Collect”

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NAMED ONE OF NYC’S BEST CREDITOR RIGHTS LAWYERS FOR A SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR

NEW YORK — September 28, 2017 — For the second consecutive year, Frank Frank Goldstein & Nager, a New York Debt Collection Law Firm and an industry leader in commercial debt collection, was named as one of the top rated Creditor Rights Lawyers in New York City for the 2017 New York Metro Super Lawyer list.

We have received this honor due in part to the positive case outcomes and supportive reviews. “Our focus is solely on making our clients whole through effective debt collection education and representation,” said Jocelyn Nager, President of Frank Frank Goldstein & Nager. “We are pleased to have been awarded this honor once again and therefore would like to thank our clients and peers for their support.”

Super Lawyers is a rating service that consists of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas. Each lawyer has attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The patented selection process used includes independent research, peer nominations and evaluations. Continue reading “NAMED ONE OF NYC’S BEST CREDITOR RIGHTS LAWYERS FOR A SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR”

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You Can Collect Damages in Your New York Debt Collection Claim

Your ability to collect monies from a non-paying client in a New York Debt Collection case is most often limited by your very own contract.

The ability to collect monies owed from the customer (damages)  due to their  non-performance: their failure to act i.e.  pay is often dictated by the clauses in your contract.  Along with the monies owed on the transaction(s) in question, referred to as direct damages, there are other damages suffered as a result of non-payment, referred to as consequential damages that you may be entitled to.  Continue reading “You Can Collect Damages in Your New York Debt Collection Claim”

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