Clients Success Stories

Deadbeat Buster Newsflash — Real Estate Attachment Collects Full Debt Plus Attorney Fees

Sometimes a good customer slowly becomes slow paying and eventually a non-paying deadbeat. Deciding when to turn an account over to collections is one of your hardest business decisions. Company Y faced this very issue. When Company Y had had enough it called our firm. Within two business days, we filed Suit against the deadbeat … Continue reading Deadbeat Buster Newsflash — Real Estate Attachment Collects Full Debt Plus Attorney Fees

Attorney Alan M. Cohen Collected 300K in Old Debt Within 20 Days

An old customer has been stringing you along with promise after broken promise. The customer buys new materials from you on a COD basis. The old receivable hit the back burner. After more than five years of occasional COD purchases, the customer starts buying from your competitors and refuses to pay. Don’t give up on … Continue reading Attorney Alan M. Cohen Collected 300K in Old Debt Within 20 Days

Bad Debt Collected Within Weeks

A local electrical contractor, who had always paid you suddenly develops a 6,000 volt financial short circuit. Company “A,” after receiving an earlier edition of our Newsletter, calls us for its bad debt collection. Upon investigation, we learned that the debtor had recently transferred his property into a trust. This is a trick often used … Continue reading Bad Debt Collected Within Weeks

Deadbeat Buster Newsflash — Aggressive Debt Collection Tactics Collects 400K

A supplier is owed $340,000.00 from its once good customer. The customer, knowing that it was about to be sued, sued first – seeking over $400,00.00. The customer claimed that the supplier breached an alleged oral exclusive distribution agreement and made false promises that it relied upon. The supplier’s first attorney stalled and crawled. Based … Continue reading Deadbeat Buster Newsflash — Aggressive Debt Collection Tactics Collects 400K

Ex Parte Bank Attachment = 70K

One of your biggest customers is going to stick you with a $70,000.00 debt and starts buying from your competitor. WHO ARE YOU GOING TO CALL? ATTORNEY ALAN M. COHEN LLC, THAT’S WHO!!! Company X did. Within three business days, I filed suit and obtained an ex parte bank attachment. The day after the Deputy Sheriff … Continue reading Ex Parte Bank Attachment = 70K

General Contractor Collects 200K

A general contractor is doing its job properly and timely. As the final payments draw near, the commercial property owner decides to draw the purse strings tight. It refuses to pay the General Contractor the final $200,000.00 although only a few thousand dollars worth of work is in dispute. The owner rebuffed the General Contractor’s … Continue reading General Contractor Collects 200K

Wage Garnishment Results in Full Debt Collection

A couple hire an attorney to negotiate a work out with the Internal Revenue Service. The attorney convinces the IRS not to seize his client’s wages but to accept a reasonable settlement. The happy clients then promptly rewarded the attorney by stiffing him. While crying poverty, the now deadbeats purchased a new home for more … Continue reading Wage Garnishment Results in Full Debt Collection

We Collect Bad Debt Where Others Give Up

Sometimes a customer just “disappears” owing a supplier money. Company Y had this very problem. Collection “efforts” by a collection agency had reached a dead end. The collection agency called us. We found that although the deadbeat owned no real estate, he was an officer in a corporation. To collect bad debt, we sued to reach … Continue reading We Collect Bad Debt Where Others Give Up

Ex Parte Bank Attachment — Deadbeat Buster Newsflash

The use of ex parte bank attachment is one of many tactics used by the Law Offices of Alan M. Cohen LLC. When successful, the first time that your debtor will learn of Attorney Alan M. Cohen is after the deputy sheriff sends a copy of the allowed bank attachment motion to the debtor, after … Continue reading Ex Parte Bank Attachment — Deadbeat Buster Newsflash