Salt Lake City Commercial Collections Agency
In the last 10 years, businesses have found new creative ways to avoid paying their vendors. Consequently, companies are suffering losses at an alarming rate we have not seen before. Rather than combating these new methods with outdated approaches, our system has become the most dynamic and progressive path to recovery.
Morgan Cohen & Bach ("MCB") has revolutionized commercial collections with a new system called AIM (Attorneys Investigators Mediators). Every day companies are switching to MCB because AIM provides the most complete protection against commercial loss in any state or venue. MCB has your army of Attorneys, Investigators and Mediators across the country ready at a moments notice.
The best part, you get all the services of AIM, which would normally cost you thousands of dollars in a retainer and hourly fees, strictly contingent.
Meaning we don’t charge you anything unless you get your money!
Salt Lake City Commercial Law
Morgan Cohen & Bach has built a network of attorneys that includes some of Utah's finest legal representation. We have made a point of partnering with the most dynamic firms in the state specializing in commercial law.
Our legal network consists of attorneys in all fifty states that have extensive experience in:
Non-Consensual Tow Negotiations
In the freight industry, you don't have to go very far to hear a story about an abusive or excessive non-consensual tow bill.
When an accident occurs in Salt Lake City, law enforcement calls out a tow company from a wrecker "rotation list" to clean up. These non-consensual tows provide no opportunity for the truck drivers or insurance companies to negotiate rates or charges. All too often, the towing companies take advantage of the situation by inflating their bills without consent. Then as leverage they hold equipment and possessions hostage - forcing people to accept these bills in fear they will not get their truck, trailer, or cargo back.
Morgan, Cohen & Bach has a proven track record of expediting the release of trucks, trailers, and cargo, while reducing inflated tow bills, saving Insurance companies, and carriers millions of dollars.