An alleged debtor who prevailed in a 2010 collection suit sued a Carrollton firm and its client, alleging violations of consumer debt-collection laws and more. On May 4, the firm and the business denied all the allegations."They didn't show up for trial, and even though they lost, they filed an abstract of judgment saying they won," alleges plaintiffs' co-counsel Dick Harris, an Abilene solo.
Victorious Target of Debt-Collection Suit Sues Firm, Its Client
May 17, 2012
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