Weltman's Commercial Collections Group understands the financial urgency that delinquent commercial accounts and outstanding receivables can have on a business.
Our team of experienced attorneys and staff knows how to quickly evaluate commercial portfolios of all sizes and determine the most effective recovery strategy for each one. Whatever approach we take on our clients’ behalf, our goal remains the same - to help them reduce delinquency, increase recovery, improve cash flow, and minimize losses, all at a fair cost with optimized net-back to the bottom line.
Our commercial attorneys handle everything from collections to complex litigation with balances in excess of $1 million. No claim is too difficult for us to tackle.
With more than 20 in-house commercial attorneys and hundreds more nationwide, we have the resources in place to support any file volume.
The average number of years of experience of our commercial attorneys. Our professionals have a long tenure in their field – and with Weltman – which gives our clients access to a significant pool of legal talent and know-how.
Our commercial attorneys are licensed in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. For matters outside of these states, we use our own thoroughly vetted and audited attorney network.
We represent clients of all sizes – from the world’s largest financial institutions to small business owners. Our team has the ability and experience to handle any kind of commercial account, and knows how to quickly determine the recovery strategy – be it out-of-the-box or tailor-made – that will best meet each of our clients’ unique needs.
Shareholder and CLLA immediate past president Jim Kozelek and shareholder Jamie Hart will be attending the Commercial Law League of America (CLLA) 130th National Convention from May 15th - 17th in Chicago, IL.
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