All too often, we see attorneys advertising spectacular judgments. Some
of these judgments are in the millions, others are in the tens of millions.
The reality is that 80% all of the judgments awarded are never collected.
They linger around and are left to expire.
So You Went to Court, a Judge Ruled in Your Favor & Awarded You a Judgment. Now What?
The court may award you a judgment, but it is up to you to enforce it.
The court will not do it for you. This leaves you to figure out how to
collect your judgment. You can try to call the debtor and ask for payment,
but they will probably continue to refuse to pay just as they did before
you sued them. This is where the experienced California judgement collection
attorneys at B&D Law Group, APLC can help.
If you’re having trouble collecting your settlement or verdict, contact
B&D Law Group
online or by phone at (888) 563-4092 to find out how we can help.
A Judgment Is Only Worth Something if You Are Able to Collect
You may have hired a lawyer to help you get your judgment. Your attorney
has done a good job so far in getting you a judgment, but has your lawyer
been able to collect? It is not surprising that your judgment has gone
uncollected. While many attorneys are skilled at litigation, many are
not familiar with the rules applicable to judgment enforcement. In fact,
a majority of lawyers are not familiar with the tools available to enforce
The skilled California judgment collection lawyers at B&D Law Group
are here to help you collect on your judgment. You do not have to go at
it alone. Our attorneys have the ability to track down the debtor and
legally seize their bank accounts or other assets, place liens on their
personal and real property, foreclose on property, auction properties,
garnish wages, and more.
A Judgment Makes a Pretty Headline, but Has Your Lawyer been Able to Collect?
Our judgment enforcement lawyers have a proven track record of collecting
on debt. We have successfully executed judgments on debtors’ assets
throughout the state of California and beyond. We have seized bank accounts,
seized inventory and assets, auctioned off merchandise through the sheriff,
placed liens on real estate, and located hard to reach assets. Routinely,
we have other attorneys calling our offices to collect on their judgments.
Do You Have An Outstanding Business Debt To Collect?
California law allows you to seek a pre-judgment writ of attachment as
early as once you’ve filed your complaint. A writ of attachment
works like a judgment and allows you to place a lien on the defendant’s
property, seize assets, and freeze bank accounts, pending the outcome
of your case. The experienced debt collection attorneys at our firm have
a wealth of experience in handling writs of attachment.
Have You Obtained a Judgment on Your Car Accident or Personal Injury Claim?
The law provides different tools and remedies for collecting on your
personal injury judgment. You can file a judgment lien on the debtor’s personal
property and real estate, seize their bank accounts, garnish their wages,
and auction off their assets. You may even be able to request that the
Department of Motor Vehicles suspend the debtor’s driver’s
license until they satisfy the
car accident judgment. We can help you get paid on your personal injury judgment.
Give our office a call at (888) 563-4092 or
contact us online to schedule a free consultation and learn about your options.