When your credit report contains incomplete, outdated or erroneous information, it can have a devastating impact on your ability to find a job, obtain a loan or credit card, and even get insurance. The law entitles you to keep track of your credit report and request that inaccurate information is removed. If a creditor refuses to remove inaccurate information when the necessary proof has been provided, you may be able to file suit to recover compensation for losses. Our Ft. Lauderdale credit report dispute lawyer has years of experience helping consumers clear credit report errors and recover damages for violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

We invite you to explore this site to learn more about your rights regarding the creation and dissemination of your credit history. If you believe your rights have been violated, contact us for a free consultation with attorney Robert Murphy to discuss your situation. We welcome the opportunity to meet you personally and discuss your options.