The key to successful recovery is invoking the right remedy for each situation. This makes the commercial collections process far more sophisticated and ultimately rewarding (professionally to the lawyer and monetarily to the client), at least for those who bring their business to Lanak & Hanna.
“The key to successful recovery is invoking the right remedy for each situation.”
At Lanak & Hanna, we treat each commercial collection client as a critical partner and each commercial collection matter as an intellectual challenge, not rote simplicity. While we are well-equipped with the resources and top-notch personnel to handle volume assignments and less complex matters from the appropriate clients, each matter is given the professional attention necessary to achieve the desired result. Our clients appreciate that we understand the goal is not to simply file suit and obtain judgment. For us, that is where the real work begins.
Most important to every client, and to us, is the cost of collection versus the amount collected or to be collected. As such, we offer a variety of billing structures to fit the client’s need and the specifics of the collection matter.
Our contingency fee rates are based mostly on the volume of work you assign to us and the average age of the debt assigned. We are also happy to review the contingency fee arrangement periodically to verify that it’s fair for everyone involved. We value long term relationships with our clients and understand that the fee arrangement needs to be sensible.
Our fee structure is not etched in stone and we are willing to tailor our fees to meet your needs. If you have a special circumstance that might require a different contingency fee, a flat fee or hourly fees, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We will happily talk about it and find a solution that works for you.”
The Commercial Collections Department is managed by Craig Bronstein. Mr. Bronstein has specialized in sophisticated commercial collection investigation, research, and enforcement for over 25 years, first as a Vice President of Loss Recovery for a major national bank, and now at Lanak & Hanna as a litigator and litigation manager of complex commercial collection and construction claim matters throughout the U.S.