The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) requires credit reporting agencies (credit bureaus) and entities reporting information to those agencies to ensure the accuracy, privacy, and fairness of credit information. Unfortunately, not all creditors, debt collectors, debt buyers and others comply with the law. And, credit reporting agencies are often lax about fulfilling their obligation to investigate and correct information that has been disputed by the consumer. The FCRA contains powerful provisions to assist consumers in forcing compliance with the law. In some instances the statute even provides for monetary damages which can be obtained with the help of our law firm. Chhabra Gibbs & Herrington PLLC have a proven track record of success with litigation and will dedicate our self to your case.