Gamache & Myers, P.C. – National List Member Profile

gmpc_logoThe firm of Gamache & Myers, P.C., headquartered in St. Louis, MO, has been a long-time member of The National List of Attorneys. The firm is a full service Creditors’ Rights law firm that handles commercial and consumer collection matters throughout Missouri and Arkansas.

David R. Gamache, is a principal in the law firm. He has served as the President of the Commercial Law League of America and Co-Chair of the Consumer Collection Committee. He has held numerous other positions within the CLLA including Chair of the Creditors’ Rights Section and Chair of the Midwest District. He also served several years as the Chair of the FDCPA committee and is currently the Chair of the Finance Committee. David is being honored at the 2015 CLLA Conference with the 2015 Robert E. Caine Leadership Award.

David’s firm is also a member of NARCA, IACC and the CCA of A. He has written and lectured for a number of associations on topics including: Collection Law, FDCPA, Empowerment and Creditor Liability. He was selected as a Super Lawyer in 2012 and is A rated by Martindale-Hubbell. His firm was a founding member of the Missouri Creditor’s Bar, for which he served as the first president.

David told NL, “Our practice is extremely high volume. We do not dabble in collections. Our entire practice is dedicated to representing creditors in their recovery needs. We represent some of the largest national banks and creditors, as well as a number of large debt buyers, and we also work with a select group of the top-tier commercial collection agencies. In recent years, we have expanded our representation to include sub-prime auto collections, subrogation, student loan collections and medical debt. Our practice is diverse, but we tend to work with those forwarders that want to develop long term relationships and are equipped to place a large number of accounts in one or both of our states. Our clients collectively place several thousand accounts on a monthly basis.”

When asked about the amount of repeat business the firm gets, David said, “We have been successful in establishing long standing relationships with our clients and forwarders based upon providing solid collection results, a strong concentration on legal compliance, as well as a willingness to adapt to changing times and requirements. We also have a team that is committed to providing quality and compliant representation. Our current management and attorney teams have been in place for a very long time.” Gamache & Myers has approximately 65 employees and 9 attorneys in MO and AR.

David attended the Saint Louis University School of Law and has been licensed to practice since 1987. His areas of practice include collections and creditors rights. When asked why he enjoys his job, David gave this interesting reply, “I have worked in the collection profession since the age of 19. I started back in 1979 as a collector and went on to law school in 1983. I have a passion for collections. I grew up in the business where I learned all aspects of collections. I went on to become a legal professional in the field of Creditors’ Rights. I am a strong believer in following your passion and working in your area of proficiency.”

David has been married for 34 years to his college sweetheart, and they have three children. They enjoy the outdoors, camping and fishing.

Gamache & Myers’ Commitment to Excellence is: “Client Satisfaction, Professionalism, Positive Attitude, Efficiency, Quality & Teamwork.” They consider NL to be a good partner in providing quality referrals and servicing forwarders. The National List is pleased and honored to have Gamache & Myers, P.C. as a long-time member of our list of esteemed collection attorneys. If you would like to use their services and have both their team and ours behind your collection needs, request their services on our website and register your claims through National List.



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