— Attorney Joe Perry Redd

Georgia Collections Lawyer with Contingency Fee

What to Do When Your Debtor Doesn't Pay

You sent the order for $25,000 worth of supplies and an invoice to your customer. Your customer then simply decides not to pay you. You send repeated past due invoices, call, send more past due invoices and make more calls.

You never thought as a small business owner that you would need to hire a lawyer. You didn't even know there was a law firm out there who does only collections work. But here we are. In fact, attorney Joe Perry Redd has been a debt collections attorney for over 30 years.

"I think of a new case as drilling for oil. Let's drill to see what's there. If I can't get any oil, you've risked only about $200 in court costs." — Attorney Joe Perry Redd

No Hourly Fee - We Don't Get Paid Unless You Get Paid

We handle cases on a contingency fee* basis. This means that we do not get paid attorney's fees until you get paid. We do not charge an hourly rate, and we do not have a minimum fee or charge attorney fee retainers. We are paid a percentage of the recovery. You can see why we are highly motivated to collect on the debt owed to you.

Contact us and we will be happy to tell you what contingency percentage we would charge for your particular case.

We understand how angry clients are when it comes to not getting paid. Over the 30 years Joe Perry Redd has been a collections attorney, he has been able to channel this anger into action. Let's get your money.

When you've got a collection score to settle, hire a collections attorney who knows what he's doing. In metro Atlanta and throughout Georgia, call Reddlaw at 888-826-0106, contact us online or send your files over by fax to 770-978-2994.


*"Contingent attorney's fees" refers only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases, but are generally permitted in collection cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action must be paid by the client. We will not incur expenses over $50 without your prior approval.