Overdrafts occur when a customer makes a transaction using more funds than currently available in his or her checking account. Currently, under the 2010 Overdraft Protection Act, customers have three options regarding overdrafts for a checking account: Default: Do not opt into any plan, and have your transaction immediately rejected by the merchant in the event […]Read More
Sergei Lemberg and our dedicated legal team have a distinguished 13-year track record. We’re inspired by the hard-working people we represent – everyday Americans who can’t fight the system on their own and turn to us to advocate on their behalf. We’re proud that we’ve helped more than 25,000 individual clients recover more than $50 million. There’s a commonsense reason you can count on us. We don’t represent big banks, collection agencies, car manufacturers, or insurance companies. Our legal team is dedicated to helping you win – and win big. Learn how we can make the law work for you.
Hundreds of thousands of consumers might have claims against Ford for faulty airbag inflators. They could cause serious injury but, even if they don't, they could still rob you by reducing the trade-in value of your car.Read More
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act] is a consumer protection statute and was intended to permit, even encourage, attorneys like Lemberg to act as private attorneys general to pursue FDCPA claims.Read More
Lemberg Law represents consumers nationwide in debt collection abuse, telephone harassment, lemon law, auto fraud, personal injury, wage overtime and class action cases. We have helped more than 25,000 consumers recover more than $50 million. Could your case be next?
Did you know that if there’s an error on your credit report, you’re the one that’s responsible? This can be problematic considering that many businesses buy credit reports to help them make important decisions about them. What Is a Credit Report? Credit reports are nationwide statements of your credit history created by a credit bureau. […]Read More
June 25, 2018. In the case, DEBRA ARMATA vs. TARGET CORPORATION, our client was pursued by Target for a debt owed on a Target-branded debit card. Target routinely and as a matter of general practice placed more than two collection calls within a seven-day period. Though seemingly a prima facie violation of the Two-Call Per […]Read More