If you are being threatened with eviction after your landlord contacted a collection agency, it is important for you to speak with an experienced attorney as soon as possible. The Mastriani Law Firm can assist clients in Texas with a range of debt issues relating to primary residences, including negligent mortgage servicers and harassment by debt buyers. If your landlord’s debt collection agency violated the FDCPA, you could be entitled to damages under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).
The Mastriani Law Firm represents residents Texas and surrounding areas in landlord-tenant issues. If a lawyer or collection agency has contacted you on behalf of your landlord, we can review the correspondence and protect your rights. A lease dispute, non-payment dispute, or eviction notice can cause significant stress for individuals and their families, but it is important for residents of Texas neighborhoods to fully appreciate that they may be entitled to damages in cases in which they are being harassed by a debt collector or debt collection attorney.
Just as is the case with the victims of payday loans, junk faxes and merchant receipts disclosing excessive credit card information, The Mastriani Law Firm protects the rights of consumers. Tenant’s are empowered to sue collection agencies if they violated the FDCPA or any state laws in collection efforts against you. John Mastriani can issue cease and desist letters for clients who have been harassed by debt collectors and he can sue parties that cause inaccurate information to appear on your credit report. You may contact us online or call 713-965-7595 to see how you can achieve the most favorable outcome in your case.