Mistakenly Marked as Deceased on Your Credit Report

Being mistakenly marked as dead by Equifax, Experian, TransUnion, LexisNexis, or Innovis can be strange and confusing—and this can severely damage your credit health. Sometimes, contacting the credit reporting agency to correct this issue isn’t enough. You need an experienced attorney on your side.

Raburn Kaufman can help you make sense of your situation and navigate the complex legal details of inaccurate deceased indicator credit reporting errors.

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About Us

What Sets Raburn Kaufman Apart

Raburn Kaufman is a dedicated consumer law firm specializing in resolving credit reporting inaccuracies through strategic legal action. Unlike other law firms, we focus solely on cases covered by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), a federal statute that protects you as a consumer.


The FCRA governs credit reporting agencies (CRAs) and their data furnishers. CRAs, like TransUnion, Equifax, Experian, Innovis, and LexisNexis, must uphold rigorous procedures for accurate data reporting. If inaccuracies arise, they are obligated to conduct thorough investigations in response to consumer disputes. However, resolving these mistakes is not always straightforward. Choose Raburn Kaufman to help you navigate the intricacies of the FCRA.

We Fight For You

At Raburn Kaufman, our empathetic attorneys are committed to helping you overcome the repercussions of credit reporting inaccuracies. We understand the stress that these mistakes can place on your shoulders. With integrity at the core of our approach, we are dedicated to addressing credit reporting errors and alleviating their negative impact on your credit health.

Count on us to stand by your side every step of the way, offering support and strategic guidance throughout the process. Whether you have been marked as dead on your credit report, found someone else’s credit information on your file, or suspect potential identity theft, our lawyers are prepared to fight for your rights.

We Litigate Inaccurate Information on Your Credit Report

Get a Free Copy of Your Credit Report

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, everyone in the United States is now entitled to one free credit report from each of the 3 credit reporting agencies per week. AnnualCreditReport.com is a free website set up by the three major credit reporting agencies per the request of the federal government. Be sure to access your report from a desktop or laptop computer and save your reports as PDF documents for review with an attorney.


*We are not affiliated with Annual Credit Report and cannot guarantee the website’s security

Credit Reporting Errors Can Be Life-Changing

An inaccuracy on your credit report could mean:


  • A Denied Mortgage Loan
  • A Denied Car Loan
  • Employment or Housing Denials
  • Higher Loan Interest Rates
  • Inability to Get a Credit Card
  • Low Credit Score