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If you've been harassed by a third-party debt collector, you may be wondering if you'll need to contact an FDCPA attorney. How much will an attorney cost? Will an attorney actually be able to help you?

FDCPA Attorney Fees

Fortunately, hiring an FDCPA attorney will not cost you anything out of pocket. FDCPA attorneys do not charge claimants for free consultations, and they factor their legal fees into your settlement. This means that the debt collector who harassed you will be responsible for fronting your attorney fees.

In addition to earning back your client's fees, you can also receive $1,000 per FDCPA violation, plus additional damages for any suffering you've experienced due to the harassment.

How an FDCPA Attorney Can Help

FDCPA attorneys are an invaluable resource for any claimant. Creditor harassment attorneys will not only know exactly how your FDCPA rights have been violated, but may be able to find additional violations based on what state you live in. For example, if a third-party collector calls you in Alabama on a line that incurs a charge for you, you'll be eligible for a settlement repaying the phone fee, plus up to $200.

Learn more about the importance of contacting an FDCPA attorney in your state below.