Monthly Archives: January 2017


Vacating Default Judgments, Part II – Alabama Debtor’s Rights Attorney Judson E. Crump

Sometimes, Debt Collectors and Collection Lawyers File False or Bogus Service Returns to Get a Judgment Without Notifying You.  Here’s what to do about that. Last week, we discussed how to get a default judgment vacated if the Service Return showed that you were not served properly under the Alabama […]


How to Vacate a Default Judgment – Alabama Consumer Defense Attorney Judson E. Crump

Once a judgment is entered against you, the law presumes that it is valid, and there are only a few ways to undo the judgment.  Here’s how. First, know that judgments are always presumed valid once entered, and the law generally favors finality of judgments.  This means that if you […]


Private Information Posted Online? Here’s How to Fight Back – Alabama Consumer Rights Attorney Judson E. Crump

If Someone Posts Private Photos, Videos, or Documents Online, You Can Fight Back in our last post, we discussed online defamation and what you can do about it if it happens to you. Today, I want to address the issue of online privacy and all the problems that can arise […]


Slandered online – What can you do about it? – Alabama Consumer Rights Lawyer Judson E. Crump

Social Media Has Become Our Primary Means of Communication Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Shapchat, Pinterest, LinkedIn.  How many of these apps do you have on your phone or tablet?  Most of us are connected in some way to at least one social media outlet or social network.  And as we know […]