Door-knock inspections are risky. You never know what is on the other side of a door. Delinquent borrowers have no money. So, the homeowner knocks out your two front teeth. Implants are needed. About $6,000. The delinquent borrower has no money. As, stated above you can sue them in court. The delinquent homeowner will probably not show up in court. That happens a lot. The judge will award the inspector a judgement to cover documented dental repairs. Now, try to collect the money. It ain’t going to happen. Your dentist will probably need to grow some new jaw bone with cadaver bone and it will be about 3 months before the crowns are fabricated and installed. You will be without two front teeth for three months. Don’t smile and scare people. It’s best to just avoid low-fee mortgage door-knock inspections. It’s best to also ignore Facebook posts from people who play being lawyers and who are stupid. Delinquent borrowers are not going to pay for your new teeth. Going to court would be a waste of time. Courts don’t enforce court judgements. You have to collect. Your expensive mortgage E&O insurance does not cover your dental costs. You never want to be in this situation. Some of these mortgage door-knock inspections have a $1.50 profit. You will wear out your car.