Orange County Collections & Judgment Enforcement Lawyer
Solutions to Secure the Compensation You’re Owed
Your path to collecting on your unpaid invoices, loans, settlement, or judgment starts at Putterman Law, your collections and judgment enforcement lawyers in Orange County.
When Invoices Fail, Putterman Law Gets Results
Collecting what you’re owed can be frustrating and challenging when you know that your customer or borrower isn’t going to just show up and write you a check. You need an Orange County legal partner who understands your industry and the laws governing collections.
Putterman Law can help. We have a proven history of collecting on unpaid invoices, loans, settlements, and judgments for businesses and private B2B lenders. We are well-versed in a variety of industries that include construction, transportation, digital assets, and private B2B lending, so we understand intricate details of the applicable laws and processes.
We offer flexible fee arrangements and often will litigate these cases to resolution on a contingency basis, so you don’t pay for legal services until we secure your compensation. Throughout the process, we provide honest and clear counsel so that you can navigate the right path for your desired outcome.
Unpaid B2B Loans
Unpaid Contractor Invoices
Unpaid Freight Invoices
When your customer or borrower breaches your trust and fails to pay you in a timely manner, you may not know what your next steps should be. Putterman Law can step in to collect what you’re owed on your behalf and ensure accountability, even if that means going to court.
Securing compensation for unpaid B2B loans can be complex, especially if the payee is restructuring or carrying debt in addition to the loan you provided. But if you enlist Putterman Law, we’ll handle all aspects of the case and make sure you don’t lose out on what you’re owed.
When you do the work, you should get paid. Unfortunately, this simple concept seems to be lost on many organizations and individuals who hire contractors for construction projects. As experienced construction litigators and collections attorneys, Putterman Law will aggressively pursue these cases to hold the customers legally and financially accountable.
Transportation and logistics have been strained by supply chain challenges in recent years, but that’s not an acceptable excuse when vendors fail to pay you for the service you provided. Putterman Law will leverage the laws and regulations that govern freight and transportation to ensure you receive compensation for the work you or your organization performed.
Thorough, Proactive & Extremely Diligent“Putterman Law has been an invaluable resource for our business. The level of professionalism and responsiveness allows us to move forward with business decisions promptly and confidently. From business formation to contract review, Putterman Law has been thorough, proactive, and extremely diligent.”
Fair & Equitable“I would like to express my great appreciation to Matt Putterman, who was able to help reach a solution for my case that was both fair and equitable. With his help, I was able to get through this lawsuit and in the process, I learned new things to help grow my business and protect myself from any future lawsuit. I would recommend Matt Putterman to anyone who values a knowledgeable lawyer who truly listens and is able to chart appropriate legal strategies to resolve your legal issues.”
Responsive & Proactive“The largest benefit of having a trusted attorney on your side is the security and efficiency that they provide. Matt has earned my complete trust as he’s proven to navigate and advise through fragile situations with confidence in his scope of practice while demonstrating the utmost ethics and efficacy. He constructs actionable game plans as an expert within the limits of the law and is always responsive and proactive.”
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