Commercial Debt Collection
Orange County Commercial Collections Lawyer
Need Help with a Business Collection Issue?
Were you aware that the older a delinquent commercial account becomes, the more difficult it is to collect? Statistically speaking, once a delinquent account reaches 90-days you can expect to collect only about $0.75 on the dollar. At 180-days that drops to about $0.50 on the dollar. At nine months delinquency, the best you can expect to collect is about $0.25 on the dollar.
Commercial Collections – All businesses must be diligent and persistent in its collection of outstanding debt so as to protect its own financial well-being and profitability. When your customers fail to pay their obligations to you in a timely manner, it often causes a snowball effect in that you cannot pay your obligations on time either. If the outstanding debt owed to you is significant or critical, that uncollected debt can be a crippling blow to the hopes, dreams and aspirations you had for building and growing your business. Frankly it just isn’t fair.
Orange County Business Litigation Attorney, Debra Grimaila is skilled at convincing your slow-pay or no-pay clients to consider your firm “the squeaky wheel” that should, in fact be PAID ahead of any other of their discretionary payables!
When the collective debt of one or more clients has reached the point to where you are looking for help in your collection efforts, chances are your company has already tried several different methods to inspire payment. Hiring a collection firm to threaten “legal action” is not as effective as having a REAL ATTORNEY on your team suggesting an immediate repayment plan – – – OR ELSE.
Business owners need to understand that few things are more damaging to the success of your business than not being paid for the goods or services that you have provided and for the hard work you have done for your customers.
Aggressive, Resourceful, and Persistent
Orange County Business Lawyer, P.C. practices in the areas of retail and commercial debt collection litigation and the enforcement of creditors’ rights. Debra Grimaila and her staff are aggressive, resourceful, and persistent. Our debt collection clients are small and large corporations; banks, finance companies; law firms, accountants, and other professionals; landlords; contractors and individuals.
32-Years of Success in Collecting Money Owed
Put almost thirty-two years of debt collection success to work for you. From demand letters to settlement negotiations, from filing a lawsuit where appropriate, to conducting a trial and post judgment enforcement, Orange County Business Lawyer, P.C. advocates your claim or defense in any collection matter exceeding $25,000.00. Large claims are our specialty and our extensive experience is reflected in our high rate of success. When your claim involves a breach of contract, collection of a delinquent invoice, payment of a promissory note, fraud or misrepresentation, Debra Grimaila is the cost effective Orange County business lawyer for you.
Recognized Orange County Debt Collection Expert
Highly regarded by the legal community for her technical expertise, Debra Grimaila is the recipient of the Financial Executives Institute Award and the American Jurisprudence Award for Debtor/Creditor Relations. Debra Grimaila is also a former mediator and arbitrator for the Orange County Superior Court and is a licensed real estate broker.
Do not wait any longer. As your debt ages, the likelihood of collecting what is owed you decreases dramatically. It may be a threadbare phrase, but it is true” “time is money.” Debra and her staff understands this basic truth. We are recognized experts at collecting what is owed you. Contact Us today… After all, it is your money!
Orange County Business Lawyer, P.C. represents clients throughout Orange County and beyond. If you have any kind of questions or concerns regarding an Arbitration Debra Grimaila welcomes your call to her personally at (844) 921-1937.
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