7900 Glades Road, Suite 405, Boca Raton, Florida 33434

Phone 561-477-7729

Serving Nebraska And Nationwide

For All Of Your Subrogation Needs

National Collection

Attorney Network

We can handle all of your bad debt collection claims nationwide.  We have a network of attorneys that are bonded throughout the entire United States, so you can send all your claims to us and we will handle them for you from one location, no need to find an attorney or collection agency in every state.

With our online collection software, our clients have access to their bad debt claims 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week and get INSTANT STATUS UPDATES as they occur via email.

 
 Nebraska Subrogation Attorneys


Including Lincoln and all Nebraska Cities

Yates & Schiller, P.A., a collection law firm offers premium collection services in the State of Nebraska for all of your insurance subrogation claims through our National Recovery Network. With Yates & Schiller, your collection claims are handled by skillful insurance subrogation attorneys and claim specialists. Our Nebraska subrogation attorney services have satisfied clients for many years and we would like to extend this opportunity to your company to retain our firm for your Nebraska subrogation claims.

Our fees are contingent upon the collection of the debts that you place. In essence, if ourNational Recovery Network does not collect your Nebraska claims, you owe nothing.
We only receive a small but reasonable percentage of the money when we do collect. Our National Recovery Network services the claim regardless of where your debtor is located within the State of Nebraska.

Our Nebraska subrogation attorneys are highly seasoned professional litigators and will represent your company in the utmost professional capacity throughout the collection process of your accounts receivable. Our National Recovery Network has been instrumental in providing insurance providers both large and small, with results oriented insurance subrogation collection and litigation in the State of Nebraska for many years.

We understand the importance of getting your accounts receivable collected quickly. With our network, you are more likely to recover a greater percentage of debts owed then if you utilize out of state collection attorneys to attempt the same collection. Our network will help retrieve the revenue that you thought was lost.

Simply stated, our National Recovery Network services include acknowledgement of placement, status reporting and itemized remittance reporting. In addition, your account placements will be handled by some of the finest subrogation collection attorneys and claim specialists available in the State of Nebraska. Our network provides premium services and solid legal support. Please call us or email us at your convenience. We look forward to working with you.


 

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DISCLAIMER: Licensed in the State of Florida only. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisement. Before, you decide, please ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. 

Should you choose to engage this firm to represent you or your company in any matter, we will forward to your attention a claim authorization/retainer agreement allowing this firm to represent your interests in any matter and explaining all terms and conditions of the representation. Before we can proceed with any claim on your behalf, we must receive the claim authorization form mentioned above and you may be required to forward to us, any additional paperwork or information necessary to effectuate your claim.  The Rules Regulating The Florida Bar [4-1.5(f)(2)] require that contingent fee agreement must be signed.

 

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