Identity Theft Attorney for Victims

Enforce Your Federal Rights

  • Helps You Get Credit Report Errors Fixed
  • Makes It Easy To Buy A Home Or Get A New Credit Card
  • Gives You Financial Freedom to Live Life

Here Are Your Rights As A Victim of Identity Theft


You have the right to sue creditors and the credit bureaus like Equifax, Trans Union and Experian for false credit reporting.


Speak with an attorney for identity theft victims to help remove fraud accounts and file necessary claims.

Find ID Theft on Your Report

1. Find the error or inaccuracy

Dispute with Credit Agencies

2. Dispute with credit agencies WITH a police report for best results.

It's Fixed or You Sue

3. If they don't fix it, then you sue under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

Dispute Inaccurate Reports with an Identity Theft Attorney

What is Identity Theft?

Identity theft is when a person acts without authority to use your name or information for their benefit. 


The most common type of identity theft is when someone opens new accounts in your name. They rarely pay the bills (if ever), so these fraud accounts will end up in collections. This is will significantly reduce your credit scores.


Another type of fraud is when a person takes over your existing accounts for their benefit.

Identity Theft Is Getting Worse 

The Federal Trade Commission says that 6.64 percent of consumers became victims of identity theft, or about 1 in 15 people in Georgia and over 1.1 million disputes were fraud-related and cost consumers close to $905 million. 

Unfortunately, the identity theft criminals will keep opening accounts in those people's names.


Fortunately, you do have steps to follow to remove fraudulently opened identity theft accounts.


What Should I do if My Identity Has Been Stolen?

Mail disputes to Equifax at P.O. Box 740241 Atlanta, GA 30374-0241. To dispute ID fraud call 1-800-525-6285.

Where to Mail Disputes about Id Fraud

Mail disputes to Equifax at P.O. Box 740241 Atlanta, GA 30374-0241. To dispute ID fraud call 1-800-525-6285.

Mail disputes to Experian at P.O. Box 9532 Allen, TX 75013. To dispute ID fraud: 1-888-397-3742.


Mail disputes to TransUnion at P.O. Box 2000, Chester, PA 19016-200. To order your report: 1-800-888-4213 To dispute ID fraud: 1-800-680-7289.


Do I Need a Lawyer to Fix Identity Theft? 


You have the right to sue the credit bureaus and companies that refuse to correct incorrect information on your credit report after you disputed the errors like we just discussed


Our law office sues Equifax, Trans Union and Experian on behalf of victims of identity theft.


They have a responsibility to fully investigate your identity theft disputes. If they fail to do so, then you have the right to make them pay you damages.


This is what we do.


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Identity Theft Lawyer 

Against Creditors & Credit Bureaus

As an identity theft attorney near you, we will protect your rights by disputing inaccurate report information resulting from identity theft and may sue the creditors and credit bureaus responsible for not following the law.


Speak with an Atlanta identity theft lawyer if you have a question by starting a chat, scheduling an phone appointment, filling out the form at the bottom, or by just giving us a call.


Having your identity stolen does not always require identity theft lawyers to called in on day one.

Identity theft lawyers are there to help you after you've notified the credit agencies but nothing is done to fix the problem.

Identity theft lawyers enforce the credit report laws against the credit agencies and creditors.


Please contact us today for a quick ID fraud consultation.


Can You Sue and Who Can You Sue Successfully?



1. Can You Sue Equifax if Your Identity Is Stolen?

Yes. Suing for damages under the FCRA is possible.


2. Can You Sue Trans Union if Your Identity Is Stolen?

Yes. Suing for damages under the FCRA is possible.


3. Can You Sue Experian if Your Identity Is Stolen?

Yes. Suing for damages under the FCRA is possible.


4. Can You Sue a Credit Card/Bank/Phone Company if Your Identity Is Stolen?

Yes. Suing for damages under the FCRA is possible.




What Can You Sue For:


Frequently Asked Questions

What if someone stole my identity when I was living in another state? 

When do I need an Atlanta identity theft lawyer for a ruined credit report? 

How long does an Identity Theft lawsuit take when does it come off my credit report?

Can you file a lawsuit against Equifax for not correcting identity theft?

When do I have to pay my identity theft lawyer if I get a settlement?

Will the thief be charged with a crime, or crimes for opening accounts on my credit report?

How to Retain Our Law Firm to Represent You, Without Paying Attorney’s Fees

What states to you represent clients in?

How Can I Tell If My Identity Has Been Stolen by looking at my credit report?

What is a merged credit report?

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Contact an identity theft attorney for Atlanta and Decatur. Our law firm represents clients in Atlanta, Decatur, Stockbridge, Buckhead, Conyers, Covington, McDonough, Fulton County, Cobb County Dekalb County, Gwinnett County, Clayton County, Henry County and other metro areas.