The information that is on your credit report is sensitive, and can be used to determine your eligibility for all sorts of things, from employment to housing. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) was enacted in 1970, and was designed to protect consumers from the willful and/or negligent inclusion of inaccurate information on credit reports, and instead promote fairness, accuracy, and privacy in these kinds of consumer records. If your rights under the FCRA are being violated, you can contact a consumer rights attorney in Florida, and you may be eligible to recover damages. Here at Christopher Legg, P.A., we fight to protect your interests and get you the justice that you’re entitled to.
Any party that uses credit reports, including employers, creditors, and insurers, have responsibilities under the FCRA, and when those are violated, you suffer the consequences. Having inaccurate information on your credit report can do serious damage to your career, reputation, and overall quality of life. If you have noticed anything untrue on your credit report, or believe that your report has been violated in any way, contact our firm right away! Our team of knowledgeable and compassionate legal representatives can negotiate and litigate on your behalf, and get you the compensation you deserve, and ensure that the responsible parties are held accountable for their actions.
Protect your credit! Get in touch with Christopher Legg, P.A., the Consumer Lawyers, today! We are based in Hollywood, but serve the entire state of Florida.