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Actively Pursuing Retail, Medical and Commercial Debt Collection in Missouri and Southern Illinois
When a customer fails to pay for goods or services you provided, your first step is naturally to request the payment again. However, when multiple collections attempts fail, you may be unsure where to turn next to pursue the money you are owed.
At the Underwood Law Firm, we have helped Missouri and Illinois businesses collect debts for more than 20 years. Whether you are seeking a small claim or are owed significant money, we will take serious legal action to collect on the debt.
Put the Full Force of the Law Behind Your Collections Efforts
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We represent clients at every stage of the debt collections process. Whether you have a delinquent account and need to file an initial action or you need assistance collecting on a judgment, we can provide the guidance you need.
From debt buyers to credit card issuers to medical professionals, clients come to our firm from many different points in the collections process. With decades of experience, we are able to provide effective, efficient services in retail and consumer collections, medical collections and commercial collections.
Why Choose a Law Firm for Your Collections Work?
Attorneys are able to take real legal action. Collections agencies can only threaten the actions we are able to take. In addition to sending letters to debtors or making phone calls, we use all the tools at our disposal to collect debts in a simple, matter-of-fact manner through the use of lawsuits and post-judgment collection methods.
We will not stop until we have completed your case. This means that we will actively pursue payment until:
- We reach a settlement with the debtor, or
- You receive full payment of the debt, or
- You direct us to stop our efforts.
We regularly review all of our cases and keep each client up to date about their collections. Complete a claim form and call 314-621-4940 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced lawyers.
This communication, from a debt collector, is an attempt to collect a debt, and any information obtained will be used for this purpose.