For more than 85 years, Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA (WWR) has been providing comprehensive creditor representation and legal services to businesses and financial institutions. Working as your partner, we offer you expertise and solutions to your daily legal and recovery concerns. Our approach integrates outbound collection activities with the filing of legal action, to affect recovery, in any jurisdiction the debtor or property may be located. We operate strategically located offices, offering clients direct legal representation in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania, in what we like to refer to as our "footprint" coverage states. For matters outside our footprint states, we utilize our WWR National Litigation Networks.
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Banking Law (40 cases in past two years)
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Documents by Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., L.P.A. on Martindale.com
Pursuing a Damage Claim Against the Insurance Company
Amanda R. Yurechko, November 10, 2015
When utility property is damaged as a result of the actions of a driver or excavator, the insurance company cannot be named in a lawsuit by virtue of the insurance policy itself.1 The driver or excavator is the holder of that insurance policy, and as a result, case law in most states has held that...
Updates from the TCPA
Jennifer Monty Rieker,James C. Warmbrodt, November 10, 2015
The cell phone rings during dinner, and the immediate reaction is to glance down to see who is calling. It is an unknown number. The decision must be made whether or not to answer the call. Automated calls created such an issue that in 1991 Congress enacted the Telephone Consumer Protection Act...
What Constitutes Actual or Constructive Knowledge of a Defective Pole?
Jeffrey Bearss, November 10, 2015
It's often hard to know when equipment in the field is defective, as many things wear over time. Inspecting equipment is critical, to avoid incidence of resulting damage. When equipment is defective, and damages occur as a result, the utility is exposed to liability. In general, most states find...
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