Kramer & Frank, P.C. (KF) is a full service collection law firm able to handle commercial, retail, and medical collection matters. Our firm provides innovative solutions to maximize collection performance for our clients while maintaining our commitment to legal compliance and treating consumers with dignity and respect.
We have a strong track record in the collection industry. The firm was established in 1975 to exclusively handle creditor collections. In 1985, Kramer & Frank became a professional corporation with the principal shareholders consisting of Irwin James Frankel, David J. Kozeny, and George J. Skupnik, Jr. These partners have been with the firm since 1975 and have devoted their entire practices to specializing in creditors’ rights. Additional partners include Timothy M. Bosslet, David L. Smith, Brad Pierce, Pam Patton, and Diane Ortlip.
Kramer & Frank, P.C. has offices in St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri, and is thus able to handle collection claims in the entire states of Missouri, Kansas and Southern Illinois. The firm represents some of the largest credit grantors in the country as well as many local banks and credit unions. By winning numerous nationwide liquidation and partnership awards, we have demonstrated that we can effectively handle a large volume of claims. We employ 16 attorneys and over 60 support staff in both the St. Louis and Kansas City offices. Our Chief Compliance Officer oversees adherence to relevant state and/or federal regulations, including Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) and Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
The firm’s collection philosophy has always been to form a successful partnership with our clients by providing quality collections through use of the most efficient methods available. Kramer & Frank, P.C. is a proven performer and considered one of the best collection law firms in the country. We strive to provide first-class collection service, as well as, remain in compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations, and firm and client procedures.