Welcome to Hanna Law and thank you for visiting our website. Our firm was founded to serve one type of client: Creditors.
We focus entirely on one area of law: Debt Collection.
This singular focus has allowed our firm to develop an expertise in the collection of past-due credit and other financial defaults. Contact our offices today so that our team of attorneys can collect what's lawfully owed to you.
Creditors' Rights Law
Commercial & Consumer Debt Collection
With a more than 90% success rate*, if we accept a creditor's past-due or charged-off account, we are very likely to collect. Our firm represents a wide range of creditors in the area of collecting past-due and otherwise uncollectible debt(s). In many cases, we collect the entire past-due balance, plus all of the related costs and attorney fees. We work with various creditors including construction material suppliers, contractors, financial institutions, higher-education creditors, B2B supply companies, medical service providers, professional services and other creditors. Debt Collection is our firm's core area of focus.
At Hanna Law, we work closely with our clients, not only in collecting past-due balances, but also in advising them on how to better protect their business when extending future credit. When working with debtors, our staff is diligent in always representing our creditor-clients in a professional and courteous manner. In collecting and managing consumer (retail) debt, our firm is 100% FDCPA compliant. Additionally, for our doctors, medical professionals, insurers, billers and medical service providers, our offices are compliant with both the FDCPA and the HIPAA Privacy Law. Creditors are often underrepresented and at Hanna Law, we excel in collecting debts in a fair, honest and courteous manner.
*Past performance is not indicative of future results.
Specific Areas of Debt Collection
- Charged-off or non-paying credit portfolios
- Credit cards
- Construction payments / Supplier collections
- Auto loan and deficiencies
- Consumer loan and credit lines
- Student loans and Account Receivables
- Secured and unsecured judgments or liens
- Unsecured consumer loans
- Home Equity Line of Credit
- Mortgage deficiency
- Other consumer receivables