Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Hearings: We gather medical evidence,
obtain medical opinions in a format that helps to demonstrate the nature and
extent of health related difficulties, develop strategy, and provide representation
at the ALJ Hearing.
Appeals Council Request for Review: In appropriate cases we assist
clients who are requesting review of unfavorable ALJ decisions. This includes
updating evidence and providing argument on the client's behalf.
- Consumer: Our firm handles consumer debt problems including credit
card, auto deficiency, insurance subrogation, secured and unsecured loans
from finance companies, banks, financial institutions, and credit unions.
We handle evictions and recovery of rent and damages for many apartment communities.
- Skip Tracing: We skip trace in house, and also use outside sources.
Our legal assistants have access to a number of resources in addition to the internet.
Occasionally we find it necessary and desirable to associate an outside source
to help locate the person, employment, bank account or other assets. Usually
there is no additional cost to you for this service. We will not incur costs
without your approval.
- Software: Perry Law Office has invested in a highly sophisticated
legal collection software program from Commercial Legal Software (CLS). This
software allows us to acknowledge receipt of the claim and send demand letters
the same day the claim is received. All staff members have instant access
to debtor records. Status reports on your claims can also be generated upon
demand and can be customized to suit your needs. The software automatically
calculates fees and can write a check to you the same day we collect from
the debtor. This computerization gives us the capability of collecting and
paying to you your money fast. We are a paperless office and we receive and forward claims using the EDI, You’ve Got Claims.
- Fees: Our goal is to provide efficient legal collection service at
competitive rates. We offer several methods for fixing the firm's rate of
compensation. Contingency fee rates are the most common in the collection
of delinquent accounts. Mortgage foreclosures, mechanic liens, repossession
and attachment actions and bankruptcy work does not lend itself to contingency
fee arrangements. The firm is willing to discuss compensation packages, including
hourly rates, and flat fees in representing its clients.