Minnesota Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Attorney

The law firm of Tarshish Cody PLC protects consumers’ rights by providing personalized attention to our clients’ specific circumstances. Our representation makes important differences for our clients. You can call and speak to an attorney for a free consultation to discuss your legal needs at 651-505-3335. Our attorneys aggressively represent consumers abused by illegal debt collection practices, inaccurate credit reporting, background checks, and illegal repossession of autos. It is part of our practice to listen to our clients and learn specific circumstances that deserve legal representation and obtain damages when appropriate.

Our range of services include, but are not limited to:

  • Protection using the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)
  • Legal action to correct inaccurate background reports
  • Fraud against consumers

Illegal repossession:

  • Identity theft
  • Illegal invasion of privacy
  • Protection under the Drivers Privacy Protection Act (DPPA)
  • Litigation through class action

Our legal representation is based on contingency fees, which means you own no attorney fees unless our attorneys win your case.  Please call 651-505-3335 or fill out our Free Case Evaluation Form below and one of our FCRA / Unfair Credit Reporting attorneys can evaluate your case.

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