In the event that you have been sued for a debt by a collection agency or for a breach of contract, the Law Office of Jason T. Komninos is here to help.
Do not make the mistake of thinking that you are automatically required to pay money if you are contacted by a debt collector or served with a lawsuit. There are many defenses available to those who are sued for a debt or a breach of contract. For example, the plaintiff must prove the existence of contract or agreement and prove that you are in fact the party responsible for the money owed.
Debt is frequently bought and sold over and over again from one collection agency to another. Oftentimes, the agency suing you does not possess adequate proof against you to win in court.
In these cases, it is critical to be represented by an attorney who might be able to get the case thrown out so that you do not have to pay anything.
In other cases, your attorney might be able to work out a settlement or a payment plan for you so that you do not have to pay the original amount that you were sued for.
These types of lawsuits are often heard in the Special Civil Part (between $3,000 and $15,000) and the Superior Court Law Division (over $15,000). Jason T. Komninos, Esq. is experienced in handling cases in both the Special Civil Part and the Law Division.
If you are facing a lawsuit for a breach of contract or debt, it is important to speak to an attorney regarding your rights as soon as possible. There are strict deadlines and procedural rules that need to be followed to increase the likelihood of a good outcome. Call Mr. Komninos today at (201) 343-4622 to discuss your case.