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Class Action Lawsuits

Class action lawsuits are suits designed to protect a large group of people who’ve been injured in similar ways. Our firm takes on class actions to protect victims of various kinds of consumer fraud. If a business has been mistreating lots of people, it might make a good class action.

We represent consumers in both individual cases and as classes against companies that mistreat them.
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Consumer Protection

Most states have laws protecting consumers and requiring businesses to tell them the truth and deal with them fairly. The laws impose consequences if they don’t, and you can recover damages and attorney’s fees.

If a business has treated you badly and didn’t deal fairly with you, we may be able to help.
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False Advertising

False advertising is when a business lies or misleads its customers in the advertising for its products or on the packaging or labels. We represent consumers who were misled in ads, either with exaggerated claims about how good a product is or what it’s made of.

Businesses have obligations to tell the truth to their customers, and we fight back against companies that don’t.
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Warranty Breach

Breach of warranty is when a company makes a guarantee that a product will work a certain way, or promises to repair it, but then they refuse. We help consumers who’ve tried to get a business to honor their warranty, but the business wouldn’t do it.

If have a warranty on a product (for example your car, an appliance, electronics) and the business won’t do what it promised it would, you may have a legal claim against them.
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Fair Debt Collection Law

Debt collectors who harass consumers are breaking the law. A federal law, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, was enacted to protect people who owe money from debt collectors who harass them, lie, or harass their family.

If a debt collector isn’t following the rules, or is trying to collect a debt you don’t owe, you may have the right to sue them for violating the law.
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Fair Credit Reporting

Your credit score decides whether you can buy a house, buy a car, or rent an apartment. But sometimes companies aren’t careful about what they report to the credit agencies. If you’ve disputed false information on your credit report and no one will do anything about it, you may have a legal claim under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

We represent people who’ve tried to dispute false information affecting their credit score but couldn’t get it changed.
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