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How to Beat Couch Conville & Blitt

George Simons | December 12, 2023

George Simons
Co-Founder of SoloSuit
George Simons, JD/MBA

George Simons is the co-founder and CEO of SoloSuit. He has helped Americans protect over $1 billion from predatory debt lawsuits. George graduated from BYU Law school in 2020 with a JD-MBA. In his spare time, George likes to cook, because he likes to eat.

Edited by Hannah Locklear

Hannah Locklear
Editor at SoloSuit
Hannah Locklear, BA

Hannah Locklear is SoloSuit’s Marketing and Impact Manager. With an educational background in Linguistics, Spanish, and International Development from Brigham Young University, Hannah has also worked as a legal support specialist for several years.

Summary: Are you being sued by Couch, Conville, & Blitt? Stressed out? Don't know how to respond? Learn how to file an Answer to your debt collection lawsuit and win in court.

Getting harassed by a debt collection law firm like Couch, Conville & Blitt is annoying, stressful, and upsetting. Why? Because Couch, Conville & Blitt, like many law firms specializing in debt collection, often use unethical and inappropriate methods to try to persuade you to pay what they think you owe. That's why Couch, Conville & Blitt may call you all day and even into the night. They may try to contact you on your Facebook and send you threatening letters in the mail.

The Infamous Reputation of Couch, Conville & Blitt

Couch, Conville & Blitt has developed an infamous reputation for using overly aggressive and inappropriate tactics to try and intimidate you into paying the amount purportedly owed. The law firm is based in New Orleans, Louisiana, and has had several complaints filed against the firm that allege major violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

For instance, some people have said that these debt collectors have used illegal communication methods counter to federal election laws. If Couch, Conville & Blitt tried to contact you, it's vital to know your rights before you respond.

If you get annoying phone calls and letters from Couch, Conville & Blitt or have been sued by them, do not fret. You should take aggressive action and use the resources offered at Solo Suit. We have a simple mission - we want to help consumers who are being harassed by shady debt collectors and their lawsuits. To help you, we have invested a lot of resources to collect vital information that can make you understand the debt collection lawsuit process. When you have this powerful information in your hands, you know what is going to happen and the steps you should take to safeguard your rights from companies such as Couch, Conville & Blitt.

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Understand Your Legal Rights When Contacted by Couch, Conville & Blitt Demanding Debt Repayment

Couch, Conville & Blitt is known to try to take advantage of people who do not know their rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The FDCPA lays out many rules and regulations that restrict how debt collectors can contact you. Some of these rules include the following:

  • A Couch, Conville & Blitt debt collector may not call you before 8 am or after 9 pm;
  • A Couch, Conville & Blitt cannot use rude or vulgar language when they contact you;
  • A Couch, Conville & Blitt is not allowed to threaten you with a debt collection lawsuit. cannot threaten you with legal action; and
  • A Couch, Conville & Blitt debt collector cannot ever call you at work.

How to Protect Your Rights If You Are Sued by Couch, Conville & Blitt in a Debt Collection Lawsuit

If Couch, Conville & Blitt sues you for debts you allegedly owe, it is vital to respond to the lawsuit quickly and aggressively. Do not ignore the lawsuit and throw the notices in the trash. The lawsuit will always be there and even if you ignore it, it will not go away. Ignoring the suit means Couch, Conville & Blitt wins. Never make this mistake - you can fight back!

Here are some critical tips when writing your Answer to the lawsuit:

  • Never admit that you owe any debt. This is important because Couch, Conville & Blitt must prove that you owe what they claim you owe.
  • File your lawsuit Answer with the appropriate Clerk of Court on a timely basis, which is usually within 20 or 30 days after you receive the complaints.
  • Mail the Answer copy that is stamped by the Clerk of Court to Couch, Conville & Blitt.

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Affirmative Defenses You Can Raise In Your Answer

When you answer Couch, Conville & Blitt's debt collection lawsuit, you have a chance to highlight any problems with the allegations they make. As we mentioned earlier, debt collectors must prove that you owe what they claim you owe. This means Couch, Conville & Blitt must prove these things before you are legally responsible for the debt:

  1. The debt collector is legally authorized to sue you;
  2. You are the person who owes the debt; and
  3. You are the actual individual responsible for the debt; and
  4. You owe the amount noted by Couch, Conville & Blitt in the complaint filed with the court.

If Couch, Conville & Blitt cannot prove the above points, there is a great chance that you can prevail in Court and could even get the lawsuit tossed out.

Depending on your case facts, you could argue that Couch, Conville & Blitt did not file the suit within the statute of limitations timeline. The statute of limitations states the time that someone has to sue you. The debt collection company needs to file the suit within that time limit or they have no legal recourse.

If the case facts show that Couch, Conville & Blitt sued you for something where the statute of limitations expired, you may file a motion to have the legal action dismissed with prejudice.

There are other things you can do to defeat Couch, Conville & Blitt at their shady game. Think about filing a counterclaim if you possess evidence that Couch, Conville & Blitt did something that violates the FDCPA. If you have such evidence, Couch, Conville & Blitt may need to pay you damages as well as cover your legal fees.

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Actions To Take If You Are Sued By Couch, Conville & Blitt

Below is a quick rundown of what you should do if you are sued by Couch, Conville & Blitt:

  • Write down phone calls that Couch, Conville & Blitt makes to you before 8 am or after 9 pm. Also, write down if they call you at work or use vulgar language. None of these things are allowed and if they do them, they can be made to pay!
  • File your Answer within whatever timeline is stated by the court.
  • In the Answer, think about raising some of the aforementioned affirmative defenses, such as the statute of limitations expiring. Also demand that Couch, Conville & Blitt provide proof that you owe the debt and that you are the one who owes the debt as alleged.

The strategies we mention here are effective ways to beat Couch, Conville & Blitt in court. Also, remember to file a countersuit if you have proof that Couch, Conville & Blitt violated the FDCPA.

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How it works: SoloSuit is a step-by-step web-app that asks you all the necessary questions to complete your answer. Upon completion, you can either print the completed forms and mail in the hard copies to the courts or you can pay SoloSuit to file it for you and to have an attorney review the document.

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