Transportation Debt Collection Services In Idaho
The Idaho Territory was organized in March 1863, and Owyhee County was the first county in the territory to be organized, in December of that year. Idaho’s present-day boundaries were established in 1868, and Lemhi County was created the following year. By the time Idaho was admitted to the Union as the 43rd state in 1890, a further eight counties had been created, bringing the total to 18. After Canyon, Fremont and Bannock Counties had been created, Alturas and Logan Counties were merged to form Blaine County in March 1895; Lincoln County was formed out of Blaine County later the same month. Bonner and Twin Falls Counties were created in 1907, before a further 21 counties were created between 1911 and 1919, bringing the total to the present-day 44.
When it comes to transportation based debt collection, our services range from investigating claims, assessing the parties with legal liability, collections, assisting in hiring counsel, to collecting on unpaid invoices in the Idaho region.
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The debt collection process can be long and drawn out, with many unexpected factors along the process. Our team take pride in creating a clear and organized plan when it comes to collecting what is rightfully yours. Want an immediate response to your debt collection needs? Utilize our live chat or submit a claim direct!
For more information please view the list of counties that we can provide our transportation debt collection services to in Idaho! If you do not see your specific county listed, please contact us today to see how we can assist your debt collection needs best!
Bear Lake County
Nez Perce County
Twin Falls County
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