IDENTITY THEFT TAKES MANY FORMS
Has anyone ever called you for a bill you do not owe? Have you ever found an account you never opened on your credit report? These are both different forms of identity theft and the person or company responsible could owe you substantial damages.
Common Identity Theft Symptoms
Most people don’t learn about identity theft until the damage is done. When a bill collector starts calling or you start receiving letters in the mail for an account you did not open – these are signs you are the victim of identity theft.
If you notice these or any other signs of identity theft, you may have rights under Federal and State law that may entitle you to damages.
How to Fight Identity Theft
Identity theft happens in many ways – maybe someone stole your credit card, forged a check or even opened an entire account in your name. While it is often difficult to catch the actual thief, the law allows you to pursue damages against any company, bank, bill collector or bureau that continues to pursue you after they know of the identity theft.
If you are the victim of identity theft, let us know. We will inform you of your rights and, if you have a case, we will work to collect the maximum damages to which you are entitled under the law.