Have you been sued by Daniels, Norelli, Scully & Cecere?
Are you being sued by Daniels, Norelli, Scully & Cecere, P.C., a.k.a. Daniels & Norelli? Perhaps you already have a judgment entered against you that was handled by this law firm? If so, Graham & Borgese is exactly the type of help you’ve been looking for. Read below to learn more about Daniels, Norelli, Scully & Cecere and what our experienced and dedicated attorneys can do for you.
Who are they? Daniels, Norelli, Scully & Cecere, PC, a.k.a. “Daniels & Norelli,” is a debt collection law firm that handles a high volume of debt collection accounts and lawsuits.
Although Daniels, Norelli, Scully & Cecere is a law firm, it doesn’t mean that everyone you speak with at the firm is an attorney. In fact, in most instances you will likely not speak with an attorney, but rather a debt collection agent.
Are they legitimate? Yes. Daniels, Norelli, Scully & Cecere, P.C. is a licensed law firm that has licensed attorneys on staff. However, this does not mean that you do not have any valid legal defenses to raise to a lawsuits they’ve filed. Each matter requires it’s own specific and detailed review to determine what rights and protections you have.
If you have received a Summons and Complaint from Daniels, Norelli, Scully & Cecere, contact Graham & Borgese right away. These documents are legitimate legal documents that require swift action. Failure to respond to the lawsuit will probably result in a default judgment being entered against you – and that can lead to wage garnishment, frozen bank accounts, etc.
Our lawyers can help you raise valid legal defenses to this lawsuit and/or possibly negotiate a settlement so you can protect your interests.
Should I hire an attorney? Don’t go it alone. The legal process is stressful, difficult and confusing, leaving you at risk of being taken advantage of. Graham & Borgese has handled thousands of consumer law matters and can put that experience to work for you. Our consultations are free and we only charge low flat fees (i.e. no contingency rates) to save you as much money as possible.