AUSTIN, Texas, July 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Hohmann, Brophy & Shelton, PLLC, announces that it has filed a putative class action lawsuit and is investigating further claims of wrongdoing by Niemann & Heyer, L.L.P., and other Texas Homeowner Association (HOA) debt collection firms and HOA management companies. The investigation focuses on whether Niemann & Heyer and other firms and HOA management companies sent misleading collections letters to Texas HOA residents, and whether they overcharged for payment plan administrative fees.
If you are a Texas HOA resident who has received collections letters from Niemann & Heyer, or another Texas HOA debt collection firm or HOA management company, and would like more information on our investigation or the class action lawsuit, please contact Jesse Z. Weiss or Ryan Shelton of Hohmann, Brophy & Shelton, PLLC, in Austin, Texas. No charge for initial consultation to discuss potential claims.
You can also reach us through the firm's website at http://www.hbslawyers.com, or by email at [email protected]. A communication by phone, email or through our website does not, by itself, create an attorney-client relationship with our lawyers or law firm (only a signed contract creates an attorney-client relationship with our law firm).
The investigation concerns, among other things, whether Niemann & Heyer and other Texas HOA debt collection firms and HOA management companies have violated federal and Texas debt collection laws, Texas deceptive trade practice laws, and Texas usury laws.
If you have any questions about our pending putative class action, please contact Hohmann, Brophy & Shelton, PLLC, at 512-596-3622, or email us at [email protected]
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