Armstrong and Associates has the distinct advantage of having Attorney Gordon G. Armstrong, III as a principle of Armstrong and Associates and as our in-house legal counsel.

All of our clients receive the following as part of Armstrong & Associates services:

   Pre-litigation Collections
   Legal Demand Letters before suit is filed
   Provide training / education sessions for your staff
   Legal Counsel for Review and Consult
   Special Letters to Patients, Guarantors, Insurance Companies, and Attorneys
   Litigation Support and Services
   "Straight to legal" service option allows you to skip the debt collection process
   Provides current collection law and healthcare law to your staff and our collection staff
   Skip tracing
Our in-house legal team will pre-qualify accounts for suit to save you time and money. The legal team will review accounts for employment, spouse employment, property/assets, bankruptcy, pending lawsuit, garnished for child support, candidates for claim of exemption per indigency guidelines, and charity qualifications.

About Gordon G. Armstrong, III

   Duly licensed Alabama attorney in good standing since 1989
   University of Alabama1986 graduate; University of Alabama School of Law 1989 graduate
   Admitted to practice in all trial and appellate courts in Alabama and argued cases before the Alabama Court of Appeals and the Alabama Supreme Court.
   Admitted in the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Northern Districts of Alabama, the      U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the U.S.      Bankruptcy Court in the Southern and Northern Districts of Alabama.
   Active in local and state bar associations and held leadership positions in each.
   Special judge in the District Court of Mobile County; serve as a      substitute district judge on all matters including medical collection suits.
   Member of HFMA, the American Collectors Association, Members Attorney's Program,      and the Commercial Law League of America.

Disclaimer: The Alabama Bar Association requires the following: "No representation is made that the quality of the legal
services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers."