KNOWLEDGEABLE AND AFFORDABLE BANKRUPTCY LAWYERS

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Our Oregon bankruptcy attorneys, Oregon City, Oregon bankruptcy attorneys, and Vancouver, Washington bankruptcy attorneys of Baxter & Baxter, LLP, represent people in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

We offer a free initial consultation. We can stop collection calls from debt collectors and home foreclosures. We can advise consumers whether to file for bankruptcy, what form of bankruptcy to file, and walk our clients through the process of filing for bankruptcy in Oregon and filing for bankruptcy in Washington.

We have four offices to serve consumers in Portland, Hillsboro, and Oregon City, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington. Our Portland office is located in SW Portland, adjacent to the east end of Beaverton, Oregon. Our attorneys represent with clients from Beaverton, Raleigh Hills, and other surrounding communities.

We offer a free initial consultation. Our rates are competitive, and if you don’t have the full fee right now, call us to discuss prioritizing your payments. Call today to speak with an affordable bankruptcy lawyer.

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“We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.”

Results*

$18.5 Million Verdict against Equifax in Credit Reporting Case (Julie Miller v. Equifax Information Services, LLC, 2013)

$100,000 Jury Verdict in Fair Debt Collection Practices Act Case (2010)

$95,000 Jury Verdict in Unlawful Collection Harassment Case (Edwards v. The Rental Store, Inc. 2010)

$107,000 Verdict in Injury Case (2008)

$200,000 Verdict against Equifax in Credit Reporting Case (Valentine v. Equifax Information Services, LLC, 2007)

$210,000 Verdict against Equifax in Credit Reporting Case (Kirkpatrick v. Equifax Information Services, LLC, 2005)

$5.3 Million Verdict against Trans Union (Thomas v. Trans Union, LLC, 2002)

$600,000 Verdict against TRW (predecessor to Experian Information Solutions, Inc.) (Jorgensen v. TRW, Inc. 1998)

$1 Million Verdict against Carr Chevrolet in Unlawful Trade Practices Act Case (Parrott v. Carr Chevrolet, Inc. 1995)

*Verdicts not intended to be representative. Outcomes vary based upon specific circumstances of each case.

Source: www.baxterlaw.com

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