La Crescenta, CA (PRWEB) September 21, 2005
Identity theft and wrongful credit report damage is a plague for consumers. According to the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, there are up to 700,000 identity thefts in the United States each year. Most victims only learn that their identity has been stolen more than 12 months after the initial theft. Identity theft victims report that they spend an average of 175 hours to clear up the many financial and legal issues arising from the theft of their identity.
This crisis has reached a point where major corporations, such as Yamaha Corp. of Buena Park, Ca., are calling in experts to provide their employees with information and approaches to avoid identity theft and to handle it if it strikes. Consumers trying to resolve these issues must know the basic information about avoiding it, and, unfortunately, must also know how to handle it when it arises.
Identity theft and wrongful credit report damage attorney and expert Robert F. Brennan of Brennan, Wiener & Associates in La Crescenta will address the employees of Yamaha Corp. at 12 noon on September 29, 2005 about practical steps needed to avoid identity theft and to address it if it happens. The presentation will occur at the Yamaha Corporate Headquarters at 6600 Orangethorpe Ave., Buena Park, Ca.
About Robert F. Brennan: Robert F. Brennan, Esq. and his firm, Brennan, Wiener & Associates, handle identity theft and wrongful credit report damage cases and have a track record of successfully cleaning up credit reports and also of obtaining compensation for their clients. Mr. Brennan is well known for taking this fairly technical area of the law and breaking it down into its simplicity so that anyone can themselves, without the assistance of an attorney, handle identity thefts and also clean up derogatory marks on their credit reports which do not belong there. When consumers find themselves unable to clean up their credit reports on their own, thatÂs where Brennan, Wiener & Associates steps in, to ensure that the wrongful derogatory credit marks created by identity thieves get cleaned up and to ensure that the consumers so affected receive adequate compensation.