I have a law firm calling asking me to verify my personal information, they say they will discuss the matter with me but it is imperative and necessary that I give them some personal information first. Can they do this and what should I do?
3 Answers from Attorneys
Do you know why they are calling? It may be a scam or a debt collector. Either way, I would not give them any personal information without verifying that it is a real law firm with a legitimate reason for contacting you. Any reputable law firm would identify themselves and their reason for contacting you.
You may want your own attorney to deal with them.
It sounds like a scam, especially if they won't tell you what it is about. If there is any legal obligation for you to respond, then they would put their request in writing.