Danow v. Borack
In this Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) case, a consumer had written a letter to a debt collector, asking the debt collector to stop telephoning him because the phone calls made him a "nervous wreck." Despite the letter, the debt collector continued to call the consumer. The district court, without explanation and without being asked to do so, dismissed the consumer's lawsuit — even though the debt collector's conduct was precisely the kind of behavior the FDCPA was designed to prevent. Assisting Florida consumer lawyer Don Yarbrough, we successfully obtained a decision from the Eleventh Circuit reversing the district court.