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Florida FCRA Attorney

Credit bureaus have an obligation to help address errors that occur on your credit report. When they fail to uphold this duty, your entire life could be affected. And when this happens, you have the right to take legal action against the culpable party. You may also have the right to pursue justice in civil court by pursuing a claim against the person or party whose negligence directly or indirectly caused you to suffer as a result of errors on your credit report. Fore more information, contact a Florida credit report error attorney today.

Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) you could obtain full compensation for your suffering. A reputable Fair Credit Reporting Act attorney at Sharmin & Sharmin P.A. could help you through these tough times and into a brighter future. Schedule your free consultation to start working on your case today. 

Should You Select Sharmin & Sharmin P.A.?

One of the greatest benefits of choosing Sharmin & Sharmin P.A. is the extensive experience our firm has in representing claims under the FCRA. Our Florida trial lawyers are not afraid to litigate your case before a judge, where you are more likely to be awarded full and fair compensation. Other benefits you get with Sharmin & Sharmin P.A. include:

  • Virtual consultations
  • A review of your case within 24 hours 
  • Selectivity— we do not take on every client who approaches us 
  • No attorney fees or court costs unless we win you the compensation you deserve

Are you ready to find out more about how Sharmin & Sharmin P.A. could help you with your FCRA claim? Contact us today to discuss the specific details of your case. 

Can Sharmin & Sharmin P.A. Help With the Fair Credit Reporting Act?

The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) allows victims of identity theft like you to seek maximum restitution when wronged by a negligent party. But litigating these claims can be particularly difficult if you do not have a dedicated legal advocate fighting for your right to have disputes addressed, removed, and resolved. Sharmin & Sharmin P.A. is here to handle the legal details of your case, including:

  • Issuing dispute letters to credit bureaus
  • Notifying lenders and creditors of disputes on your credit report
  • Filing necessary reports with law enforcement agencies
  • Pursuing legal action against credit bureaus and other negligent or culpable parties

Having to go through a complex court battle to clear your name after your rights have been violated under the FCRA can make an already difficult situation that much more challenging. But with a strong legal advocate by your side, you can come out on top and make them pay for what they have put you through.

What Is the Fair Credit Reporting Act?

The Fair Credit Reporting Act is a federal law that allows victims of identity theft and FCRA violations to seek compensation from parties who contribute to credit report errors, fraud, and disputes. Credit bureaus used to be able to get away with careless mistakes. But with a strong legal representative, you can take your financial future into your own hands and make sure your credit report is corrected to adequately reflect your true credit profile. Some examples of the types of inaccuracies you might sue for include:

  • Fraudulent debts in collection
  • Fraudulent accounts
  • Accounts with the wrong name 
  • Accounts with the wrong social security number
  • Inaccurate amounts of debts owed
  • Inaccurate identifying information 
  • Inaccurate status of accounts
  • Unauthorized changes made to your accounts 

These are just a couple of the different types of errors on your credit report that could have a dramatic effect on your life. You may suffer emotional distress, be denied lines of credit that you need, and see a considerable drop in your credit score, among other consequences. 

But the Fair Credit Reporting Act could change all that for you and your family. The FCRA holds credit bureaus strictly accountable for fixing credit report errors. Failure to do so could result in penalties to the credit bureaus. This, and your civil claim, may be just the leverage you need to make someone at the credit bureaus listen and fix your credit report as soon as possible. 

Find out what kind of legal action might be warranted in your case when you reach out to a seasoned Fair Credit Reporting Act lawyer in Florida for help. 

How to Fix Something on Your Credit Report in Florida

Fixing discrepancies on your credit report should not be as big of a hassle as it is. Especially when your credit report can have such an influential impact on your life. Generally speaking, you should be able to dispute errors on your credit report easily online. 

By logging into your account with the four credit bureaus, you should be able to access all of the transactions and accounts that are currently on your credit report, fraudulent or not. However, it is not uncommon for people to run into issues when these disputes are not resolved and fraudulent information and other errors remain on your credit report. 

When this happens, an attorney may be the best way to show the credit bureaus that you mean business. Through legal action, your FCRA lawyer can not only help you fix the errors and rebuild your credit, but secure the compensation you are entitled to after having been treated this way by the credit bureaus. 

Meet With a Fair Credit Reporting Act Lawyer in Florida Today 

Errors and inconsistencies on your credit report can have a devastating effect on your life. When this happens to you, you may be entitled to financial compensation through the Fair Credit Reporting Act. 

When you are ready to seek justice for what has happened to you, reach out to a dedicated Fair Credit Reporting Act lawyer at Sharmin & Sharmin P.A. Schedule your free, no-obligation consultation when you fill out our online contract form or call our office at 561-655-3925.

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