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Jul
13

Why Should I Refuse To Give My Personal Information to a Debt Collector?

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Debt Collection Defense

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When speaking with a debt collector on the phone, DON’T be your own worst enemy! Debt Collectors and their attorneys can often get some of the most useful and destructive information from the consumer himself or herself.   Debt Collectors are trained in how to get personal information, such as dates of birth, social security […]

Jun
27

Riding in cars with boys….and 1600 tablets of ecstasy MDMA

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Criminal Defense

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State v. Martin D. Martin is a 23 year old girl who travelled to Georgia from her home in Mississippi. Traveling with her were her boyfriend, G. Heard, and his friend, T.Fellows, whom she had only met on one occasion. The three of them came to Georgia for a weekend away and so that she […]

Jun
27

Do Not Become a Victim of a Secret Shopper Scam

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Criminal Defense

Tags: secret shopper scam

Over the course of the past year or two, we have seen a rise in the number of clients who have fallen prey to the “Secret Shopper” scam or something similar. This is a scam that most often begins with an email offering either a job or sweepstakes win that seems too good to be […]

May
28

Garnishments: An ounce of prevention worth a pound of the cure

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Debt Collection Defense

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Recently, more and more calls are coming into my office concerning garnishments and people wanting to contest them.   A garnishment is a court proceeding in which a judgment-holder attempts to seize money from someone’s bank account, paycheck, or other property interest to satisfy a debt that the court has determined is owed.  These are mostly […]

May
28

The Value of Uninsured Motorist Insurance Coverage

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Auto Accident, Blog, Personal Injury

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One of the most devastating moments for some of my clients comes after a collision has taken place and they have been seriously hurt.  The devastation at that point is not necessarily the fact that they were injured in a car wreck, but learning that the insurance that they have been paying for does not […]

May
02

Nightline: Woman Fights to Collect $10 million Judgment from Abusive Debt Collectors FDCPA Violations

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Debt Collection Defense

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On April 25, 2012, Nightline aired a segment, “Woman Fights to Collect from Collectors”  [View Nightline Episode Here] in which a woman won a $10,086,000 judgment against abusive debt collector “RFA” for harassment and violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).  RFA is an outfit run by Asset & Capital Managent Group ACM Group in Tustin California.  The woman details […]

Mar
16

Free Debt Collection Consumer Education Clinic

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Debt Collection Defense

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FREE Debt Collection Consumer Education Clinic! Volunteer attorneys educating the public about debt collection lawsuits May 29, 2012 June 12 & 26, 2012 July 10 & 24, 2012 August 7 & 21, 2012 5:30-7:00 pm Decatur Branch of the DeKalb County Library. 215 Sycamore Street,Decatur, Georgia 30030 Are you struggling with debt?  If you have been sued […]

Mar
12

It’s More Profitable to Violate Debt Collection Laws

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Debt Collection Defense

Tags: Debt collection, FDCPA, midland, violations

It is refreshing when debt collectors are held liable for their violations of consumer debt protection laws, but these consequences are often not enough to deter big debt collection companies from breaking the law to see bigger profits.  It is not everyday that debt collectors who engage in unlawful activity are held accountable for their […]

Feb
02

DUI – What is the ten (10)day rule?

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Criminal Defense

Tags: drivers license, DUI, georgia, less safe, ten day rule

Arrested for DUI?  Be aware of the “10 day rule”! It could affect your ability to drive in the state of Georgia. The “Ten Day Rule,” as it is sometimes called, refers to the requirement that a driver who is notified that his/her license is being suspended for either  a.)  Submitting to a state administered […]

Feb
02

DUI – Refusing the Breath Test

Posted by Dan Dewoskin in Blog, Criminal Defense

Tags: DUI, refuse breath test, state administered breathalyzer test, suspend driver's license

DUI – WHAT HAPPENS IF I REFUSE TO SUBMIT TO A BREATH TEST? You’ve been pulled over in a routine traffic stop. The officer suspects you may be under the influence of alcohol and asks you if you will submit to a breathe test. This is among the most difficult decisions that my clients and […]

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