NARBERTH, PENNSYLVANIA -- (January 17, 2017) A recent consumer class action settlement over vehicle repossession practices was approved by the court in Berks County. The settlement is valued at over $2M in cash, debt forgiveness, and credit report correction. Residual funds from uncashed checks were approved to be paid to select beneficiaries including Mid-Penn Legal Services, serving Berks and 17 other counties in central Pennsylvania, who received $47,000 to be used for consumer credit education and advocacy.

Flitter Milz, P.C. is a leading consumer protection law firm that pursues litigation to help people who have been denied loans, had a vehicle repossessed, been victim to unfair debt collection practices, have problems on credit reports, or receive unwanted calls or text messages on their cell phone. Flitter Milz has been recognized for the pursuit of high profile cases that have made law and benefited consumers nationwide.

Cary Flitter, Amy Good, and Michelle Reinhart
Pictured: MidPenn Legal Reading Office Managing Attorney, Amy Good (center) with Class Counsel, Cary L. Flitter and Michelle L. Reinhart of Flitter Milz, P.C., based in Montgomery County.


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