– This was a Fraudulent Transfers case. The client brought this “uncollectible judgment” to us. The prior attorney had obtained a large judgment but was unable to collect on it. Our attorneys subpoenaed information from the debtors. Our certified public accountants discovered that the debtors had paid off their home mortgages with money that they had received from other sources that could have been used to satisfy the judgment. After trial, the jury returned a verdict in favor of our clients for $830,000. We collected this judgment within 60 days of jury verdict
– This judgment was obtained by another attorney. He had this judgment for four years before the client asked us to take over the collection effort. Nitzkin and Associates collected the first $100,000 within 60 days of getting the judgment and eventually collected the balance of the judgment with all outstanding interest and costs of collection.
– This is another Fraudulent Transfers case. Mrs. Dedona obtained a malpractice judgment against Dr. Parek for $1.8 million through her malpractice attorney. The underinsured Dr. Parek hid assets in the name of his family members and claimed to be impoverished. Our attorneys subpoenaed the doctor’s tax returns and financial information for the past several years. Our firm’s certified public accountants reviewed every document in the multitude of bankers’ boxes that we received. After reviewing these documents, our accountants discovered that the doctor had moved several assets into the names of other family members. Despite the doctor having hired a battery of very expensive and high powered defense attorneys, Nitzkin settled the case and collected $1.6 million for Mrs. Dedona.
These are just a sampling of our client’s victories.
We would like to be victorious for you.