Wrestling with customers who have not paid for merchandise or services you have provided can feel like a never-ending battle. At Leisawitz Heller in Wyomissing, our collections lawyers understand how disruptive this can be to an overall business plan. We work to resolve collections issues efficiently and cost-effectively through negotiations or by taking legal action against past-due clients.

We have extensive experience working with businesses of all sizes and across all industries, as well as lending institutions and finance companies in southeastern and central Pennsylvania. Our attorneys understand the tactics that individuals and businesses use to duck or delay their responsibility to pay money they owe.

We have helped our business clients in Greater Reading take proactive measures to prevent creditor problems from occurring. Something as simple as changing a client's billing procedure or rewriting its business contracts can considerably reduce the need for collection work.

Valuable Experience In A Variety Of Collection Scenarios

Our business law attorneys assist clients in a wide assortment of collection matters, including:

  • Commercial debt and other nonpayment for goods or services delivered
  • Past-due loans and other extensions of credit
  • Unpaid rent, condominium charges, homeowners association (HOA) fees or maintenance fees
  • Mechanic's liens
  • Replevin actions (the recovery of property that was wrongfully taken or retained)
  • Unpaid professional fees such as attorney fees, real estate agent fees or fees for health care services

The Right Approach To Get The Job Done

Collection work requires both practicality and tenacity. Sometimes a full recovery is not possible, but securing the greatest recovery for the client requires a relentless pursuit of the client's rights. The business debt collectors at Leisawitz Heller know how to track down debtors and what strategies to use to get our clients what is owed to them.

We invite you to call or email us to schedule a consultation. Don't delay. Statistically speaking, the longer you wait to collect a debt, the less likely you are to recover it.