Judson E. Crump is a consumer finance attorney in Southeastern Alabama providing legal services and fighting on behalf of ordinary people who just want fair treatment.
If you are troubled by collection lawsuits, inaccurate credit reports, foreclosure, repossession, creditor harassment, or problems with your mortgage company, give me a call. Consulting with me costs nothing; not knowing your rights could cost you thousands.
-Judson E. Crump, Attorney
250 Congress Street
Mobile AL 36603
Protecting the rights of ordinary citizens against big businesses that deal unfairly has always been a passion of mine. I've written an entire book about getting out of debt and I give a free signed copy to all of my clients who ask for it. Striking back at corporations who think they can do anything they want in the name of profit is what gets me out of bed in the morning. I've taken cases that made me no money at all just because I knew that it was the right thing to do.
For years, I worked in "bankruptcy mills:" law firms that advertised heavily and just put people into bankruptcy and collected attorneys' fees - whether or not that was the best thing for them. That is the unfortunate reality that most people face when looking for help getting out of debt, and it is completely wrong.
I recognize that most people don't want to file bankruptcy and many don't have to, because they have other avenues to get out of debt, fix their credit, and keep their homes. If you live in America, there are laws that protect your rights, and with the right lawyer, you can find a way out of debt and make sure that you are fairly compensated by those who have dealt with you unlawfully: illegal debt collectors, abusive mortgage servicers, shady car dealers, and credit bureaus.
I am Judson E. Crump, a consumer finance attorney born and raised in Mobile, Alabama. I represent people in every sort of financial distress: I defend people from creditors who want to garnish their wages and take their homes; I fix credit reports that have been wrongfully damaged by false information; I assist clients with debt settlement; I sue banks and mortgage servicers when they don't treat people fairly; and I guide my clients through the bankruptcy process.
I have a wife and four children (two boys and two girls), and I spend most of my spare time with them. If you work in downtown Mobile, you may have seen me: I'm the only lawyer in town you'll see riding to court on a bike. It's not that I don't own a car: I do. But I've always been an outdoors type, and old habits just die hard.
The raison d'etre of my law practice is to get people out of debt and on the road to financial stability as efficiently as possible. I take pride in my creative approach to my clients' problems: unlike many so-called debtors' attorneys, I only resort to bankruptcy when there are no better options left. If you need help, give me a call.
Peace be with y'all.
University of Alabama School of Law