Commercial Debt Collection Litigation in Utah
Put Experienced Creditors’ Rights Attorneys in Your Corner
If you are owed a commercial debt, there are various options available to you to collect the money you are owed. One of these is litigation, but litigation can be an expensive and lengthy undertaking. However, when you sue a customer for commercial debt, the Court may award a judgment for the original debt as well as interests, court costs, and attorney fees if your case is successful. This can make a significant and positive impact on the overall viability of your company.
Pearson Butler can help you assess your options, providing the experienced commercial debt collection representation across Utah, from initial negotiations all the way to courtroom litigation. Our approach to collecting your debts will be tailored to your needs so that you achieve the results you want.
For an assessment of your commercial debt collection needs, call (800) 265-2314. Pearson Butler’s debt collection lawyers are standing by to help.
Should You Sue to Collect a Commercial Debt?
The majority of commercial debt collection cases are handled without going to court, but in some cases litigation is the only option to ensure the debt is repaid. Whenever litigation is on the table, the attorneys at Pearson Butler take care to meticulously analyze the strength of your case, all potential outcomes, and the cost of moving forward. Our attorneys can advise you about which collection approaches may be beneficial for you or your company and then assist you in pursuing the chosen course of action.
Planning and preparation are at the heart of any successful commercial debt collection action, and our team at Pearson Butler spares no effort in crossing every “t” and dotting every “i”. By working with seasoned investigators and accountants, Pearson Butler’s attorneys can deliver results, no matter the complexity of your case.
To find out how Pearson Butler can help you, call (800) 265-2314. Pearson Butler serves creditors across Utah from offices in South Jordan, Bountiful, and Utah County.