By Bill Wichert (April 5, 2022, 7:20 p.m. EDT) – Hill Wallack LLP has come under fire with a proposed class action lawsuit regarding alleged violations of a Garden State resident’s Fair Debt Collection Practices Act alleging that the law firm demanded additional legal fees after it paid what it claimed was the full amount owed to a condo association.
Plaintiff Christopher Prenderville said Monday in his New Jersey state lawsuit that Hill Wallack sent him a letter dated June 2, 2021 stating that approximately $949 was owed to the Surrey Downs Condominium Association Inc., but after making this payment, he received another invoice from the firm asking for an additional $47 for related legal fees…
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