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A Note from The Partners at Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC

Dear Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC Client,

William and I wanted to send a quick note to all our clients to confirm that we remain open and are continuing to actively work on all client files. No client matter has been delayed. No client matter will be treated differently than before the Covid-19 crisis. We are well and are glad to report that we have not been affected by the virus itself. We are in fact, continuing to grow.

We also know that the virus has impacted many of you in a major way, be it your health, finances, or otherwise. The pandemic has certainly affected the courts and other government and private institutions. For all these reasons, you need to know your lawyers are still fighting for you and taking steps to ensure you are always protected. As a large firm we have several teams of experienced professionals to assist you so that we are best equipped to outlast even the most perilous circumstances such as these.

We encourage you to contact us if you have any questions or concerns, be it about your case, any changes in your circumstances, or even billing. We are here to help and if there is anything we can do to ease your mind, please let us know!

In the meantime, please stay healthy!

Gregory M. Fitzgerald & William J. Campbell

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Here’s Our Most Recent Review From Another Satisfied Client

To whom it may concern,

My name is Aimee Lunney. Myself and my husband Christiaan Lunney have been first time customers of your firm. This email is to share with you what an outstanding experience we had working with Noha.

Not only was Noha attentive but she was effective. What seemed like impossible cases, Noha made it happen. One case was dropped completely and the other settled for less than 50%.

Noha took personal interest in what was happening in our family and really advocated for us. Due to our troubles we will for sure need further assistance and are grateful to have a company and employees that work so hard for their clients.

We send our personal thank you for making it happen for us. We are beyond appreciative to you all. Please acknowledge Noha for her kindness and hard work.

Aimee and Christiaan Lunney

Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC Wins Decision Against Video Symphony

Video Symphony v. Marcos Villanueva case number 15A16386 out of Los Angeles County. On February 26, 2020 Video Symphony (hereinafter “Plaintiff”) filed its lawsuit against Marcos Villanueva (hereinafter “Mr. Villanueva”) seeking $5,323.00 plus interest costs and attorney fees. The gravamen of Plaintiff’s lawsuit was that Mr. Villanueva attended Plaintiff’s school and as a result now owes Plaintiff money. Discovery was completed and trial commenced on October 28, 2019.

At trial attorneys for Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC raised two main issues after Plaintiff’s case in chief. First, that the lawsuit was barred by the statute of limitations. The second argument was that Michael Flanagan, who presented himself as the President of Video Symphony, had virtually nothing to do with signing individuals up at the Video Symphony school and lacked the foundational requirement to be a true custodian of records. Attorneys for Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC made a motion that judgment must be entered for Mr. Villanueva. The Court continued the trial and ordered that both sides brief the statute of limitations issue. The trial was continued to January of 2020 and both sides submitted briefs as order by the court.

The Court ultimately found for Mr. Villanueva after reading the briefs and hearing argument from both sides. Plaintiff, led by Michael Flanagan, then filed a motion to vacate the judgment entered for Defendant which was opposed. The Court denied Plaintiff’s motion and drafted a statement of decision. The statement of decision said that the lawsuit was filed outside the statute of limitations and that Michael Flanagan’s testimony was insufficient to secure a judgment.

What does this mean for other Video Symphony students?

So, in a nutshell, here’s what this ruling means. Mr. Flanagan filed the lawsuit outside the statute of limitations which means he filed the lawsuit too late for it to be held valid by the court. Also, Mr. Flanagan was ruled to NOT truly be a custodian of the records because he was not involved in the day to day operations of the school. This led to the judge ruling that his testimony did not hold enough validity to be admitted into evidence. Without enough evidence to prove the case, the judge ruled in favor of the student.

While this is a great ruling for the student, it’s not a guarantee that your case will have the same results. If you’re not already represented by a lawyer, we’d love for you to contact us at (855) 709-5788 and select option 3 from the phone tree, to talk to one of our knowledgeable Case Analysts. We look forward to hearing from you.

Read the ruling from the judge.

Greg Fitzgerald boasts a commendable law career with many achievements and accolades to his name. During his extensive 29-year-long career, he has battled many renowned collection law firms. Having curated and led teams of lawyers on a national scale, he currently practices law at self-owned Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC a leading California law firm, focusing primarily on consumer debt protection laws, including student loans, collection harassment, credit card debt, business debt and much more.

Greg has released his #1 Bestseller, The Bankruptcy Alternative: Keys to Successful Debt Settlement in order to educate a larger demographic. Not only does he give people an insider look on how debt collecting corporations, banks and insurance companies can make it difficult for people to settle their debts, he also shares how to dodge these corporations and end the debt treadmill permanently.

Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC Named a 2019 Law Firm 500 Honoree
for Fastest Growing Law Firms in the U.S. – Three Years Running!

Over the past 3-years, our team at Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC has continued to provide excellence in customer service resulting in an unparalleled client experience which has led to many happy clients. In doing so, our commitment and focus has taken us on a fabulous journey of growth – both personally and for our business.

We are pleased to announce that our law firm has been named a 2019 Law Firm 500 Honoree, awarded to the Fastest Growing Law Firms in the US. Although this recognition is calculated on growth, it could not be possible without the continued operational excellence and commitment to client service exhibited by our team each and every day.

We are ranked 81st on the 2019 Law Firm 500 and have grown 58% between 2018 and 2019.

This is the third consecutive year that Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC has been named on the list.

Thank you so much to our loyal clients, and partners who have supported us in our growth.

The Law Firm 500 Award is an honor for our firm to receive and a tribute to our team. Of course, we could not have achieved this truly remarkable accomplishment without our devoted team members who, each in their own way has contributed to making this possible.

As we continue to grow we encourage you to follow our progress and stay in touch! You can view the full list of 2018 Law Firm 500 Honoree firms here: https://lawfirm500.com/2018-award-honorees/

Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC Saves Hundreds of Thousands on Private Student Loan

by Sam Miller
August 21, 2018


Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC negotiated a private student loan debt totaling nearly $200,000.00 for a mere $25,100.00 this past week, saving their client over 87% of the amount due.

The debt originated with Navient Solutions, LLC, and had been placed into collections with National Enterprise Systems (commonly known as NES). The alleged amount stood at $196,465.11 at the time of settlement.

The letter from NES confirming the terms of the settlement is displayed below. Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC are proud to continue their pattern of excellent service and phenomenal deals for their clients, and this is a shining example.

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Service Goals

The only goal of our service is to get you out of debt for the least amount of money possible. Our law firm creates a personalized “get out of debt plan” which is custom made for your specific circumstances and flexible enough to change as needed.

In order to get out of debt for the lowest possible amount, you need to have access to all consumer protection rights. Creditors know that Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC is an experienced “one-stop shop” that can and will protect you no matter what is required: from harassment to settlement, from lawsuits to contesting judgments, and even bankruptcy. This gives you so much more negotiation power to resolve debts for less.

Are You Struggling With Debt?

Call 855-709-5788 Today to become Debt Free!

Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC – The Student Loan Monster (San Bernardino Courthouse)

Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC – Dealing With a Credit Union Lawsuit (Central Justice Center)

Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC – Explaining Insurance Subrogation (San Bernardino Courthouse)


Fitzgerald & Campbell is a Consumer Protection Law Firm unlike any other. We are a motivated, respected, and experienced law firm that provides affordable services that get results. Just ask our clients.

Dear Clients

From the beginning, our goal has been to re-focus consumer advocacy on the client and establish the best systems to serve their interests. We expect this year we will again double in size thanks to our client’s praise of our revolutionary process of affordable yet effective representation. Word is spreading and many of our clients are making referrals to us. While we have always believed we are our client’s best advocates, we are somewhat surprised to discover that you, our clients, are our best advocates! THANK YOU!

If you, a friend, or a family member are in need of legal assistance, we are standing by to be your advocate. Join us as we continue to redefine the way lawyers help consumers in real need.

– Greg Fitzgerald & William Campbell
   Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC