Business Collection Litigation

Representation In Debt Collection Matters

As business litigation attorneys, we are frequently approached by parties who need our representation to enforce their contract rights and obtain damages in business debt collection cases. Do you have account receivables that have not been paid? Are you owed money on a promissory note? Are you owed money by another business and looking for help collecting?

We have litigated to final verdict – in federal court, in state court and in arbitration – claims of breach of contractquantum meruit and suit on a sworn account in debt collection matters.

Who We Represent

We represent all types of businesses and businesspersons in collecting unpaid invoices. We seek recovery of not only the amount owed under the contract or other debt, but also attorney’s fees, interest and costs.

How Can You Enforce A Judgment?

If you have won a court judgment, but the other party does not pay, what are your options? If the other party is an active business, there are many options under the law to collect your judgment including seizing assets and garnishing accounts among others. As commercial debt collection lawyers, we have collected judgments for our clients using a variety of tools available under Texas law.

We have handled business collection cases on behalf of businesses and individuals arising from many different types of situations, including the following:

When a party refuses to comply with their obligations, a business collection attorney can help you obtain legal recourse.

Contact Us To Discuss Your Collection-Related Issue

The debt collection litigation lawyers at Dunham LLP, are experienced in enforcing the rights of companies and individuals. We offer clients the benefits of contingency fee arrangements or a hybrid fee arrangement (a combination of reduced hourly rates and reduced contingency rates). When you need effective and aggressive representation from a lawyer experienced in handling business collection matters disputes, we are here to help. Contact us online to discuss your case or call 512-615-1255.