Wrongful Repossession

Did a bank or other lienholder foreclose on your home or repossess your vehicle or other property?  Do you feel that you did nothing wrong?  If so, you may be the victim of a wrongful repossession.

What many do not know is that you still have rights when your property is repossessed, as the creditor must still follow the law.  If they do not, then you may be able to get your property back and sue for damages.  At Norris Law Firm, PLLC, we are one of the only dedicated consumer protection law firms in North Carolina, and strive every day to help consumers such as yourself who have been mistreated by banks, businesses, and others in the marketplace.

During our free initial telephone consultation, we will listen to your situation and determine whether yours was in fact a case of wrongful repossession.  If so, we will work tirelessly to fight for you to get you what you deserve.  Best of all, in most cases we work on a contingent fee basis and do not get paid unless you prevail.

Types of Wrongful Repossession

Wrongful repossessions are common, and can involve every type of vehicle.  Even those who are not late on any payments, or have had just a few late payments, may have their vehicle repossessed for any number of reasons, such as:

  • Dealership submitted the paperwork incorrectly.
  • Lienholder credited the payment to the wrong account.
  • A computer glitch caused a late notice to be filed.
  • The lienholder simply made a mistake.

Of course, if wrongful repossession was intentional, we will be glad to assist.  At Norris Law Firm, PLLC, we have dedicated our practice to aggressively defending the “average person” against powerful business interests.  Let us work for you.   Contact us today for a free initial telephone consultation.

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1033 Bullard Court, Suite 207
Raleigh, NC 27615
Phone:  (919) 981-447
Fax:  (919) 926-1676
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