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More About Lapin Law Offices’ New Areas of Practice

By: Jeffrey Lapin

Lapin Law Offices has expanded its practice areas to include representing clients whose rights have been violated under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) as well any applicable Nebraska state law. These cases are a natural extension of what we already do: represent injured people. Injuries do not necessarily have to be physical; people can suffer financial, emotional or psychological injuries or damages.

We understand in these tough economic times it is hard to make ends meet. Owing a debt does not make anyone less of person. Just because you a owe a debt does not make you less of a person or entitle a debt collector to abuse, harass or threaten you. Just like we protect injured people against insurance companies in personal injury and workers’ compensation cases, we believe that representing people against abusive or illegal debt collection is another way we can help people who have been injured, whether that injury is physical, emotional, psychological or financial.

Please check out our website, www.StopBadCollectors.com, to learn more about these cases.

ABOUT LAPIN LAW OFFICES

Lapin Law Offices represents clients that have been abused, harassed, threatened, and lied to by debt collectors, telemarketers and credit card companies. You can learn more about your rights by calling us at 402-421-8033 (Lincoln), 888-525-8819 (Toll Free) or submitting your case online by chatting with us online or submitting your case to us: Contact Us. We offer a free initial consultation and do not collect a fee unless we get money for you.

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Jeffrey Lapin

Lawyer, Founder and Owner at Lapin Law Offices
I am a trial lawyer and the Founder and Owner of Lapin Law Offices. I represent injured, abused and disabled clients with caring, passion and dedication in Lincoln and throughout Nebraska.

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