How Late is Too Late to File An FDCPA Case?

Posted by Roderick WoodsAug 15, 20180 Comments

If you are being harassed by a debt collector in Connecticut, don't wait to assert your rights. Under 15 U.S.C. § 1692, a party aggrieved by a debt collector's violations of the FDCPA has one year from the date of the violation to commence an action in a court of competent jurisdiction.

Violations of the FDCPA come in many shapes and sizes. Some are obvious, others are far more subtle. If a debt collector is contacting you, contact an experienced FDCPA litigation attorney at The Woods Law Firm, LLC to determine your rights.

If a debt collector has violated your rights, you may be awarded up to $1,000.00 in statutory damages.

There is no cost to you for The Woods Law Firm, LLC to review your case and no cost to you if we elect to file suit.

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