Media Appearances by Sarah
I was very pleased to be a part of NBC Connecticut 30’s CT Investigates spotlight on the our crumbling foundations crisis. Proud to shed some light on what Len Besthoff calls Connecticut’s “dirty secret” – the homeowners who chose, after wrenching deliberations, to walk away from their mortgages.
Hopefully, this and more stories like it, will strip away labels like ‘dirty secret,’ bring this very serious issue into the open, and lead to serious discussions on how to help everyone afflicted. Click on the picture or the link above to go the NBC CT to watch – it’s an illuminating piece.
My appearance with friend and colleague Joseph Sastre on WFSB Channel 3. We discuss an all too common scam targeting attorneys across the country. Click on the picture to watch.
On Channel 8: “Keeping a good credit scoreis the secret to stretching your dollar so knowing what helps and hurts it is great information to have in the New Year. If your resolution is to buy a new car or simply improve your finances, it all starts with your credit score. Hartford Attorney Sarah Poriss says the best thing you can do if you’re young, is start building your credit history.”
Channel 8 in New Haven, with Laura Hutchinson of WTNH talking about credit card and finance issues for several editions of ‘Stretch Your Dollar.’
I had a great time at the Channel 3 studios talking about how to protect yourself if you’re sued for collection of a debt and showing Eric Parker how to look up a case and how to register to receive alerts of any new activity on your case.
On NPR, click to listen … it really was a great forty minutes – “Public radio is one of the few places where you can avoid ads for daily fantasy football companies like DraftKings and FanDuel. If you go anywhere else on the radio dial or turn on the TV, you’ll probably encounter at least a few commercials.”