Our consumer fraud lawyers protect consumers against all types of wrongdoing and fraud. We protect against wrongful actions committed by large corporations such as deceptive marketing practices, false or misleading advertising, use of harmful products and more. We also represent individuals in a number of work-related disputes, including discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and wage and hour disputes.
Our attorneys have been protecting the rights of consumers for years and are dedicated to holding companies responsible for wrongdoing. If you believe you have suffered financial or other damages as a result of the wrongful actions of a company, you can seek legal help from our consumer fraud lawyers. To find out if you have a claim, contact us today.
Class Action Lawsuits
In many cases, consumers feel powerless when it comes to the wrongful actions of large corporations — that's where we come in. We help protect consumers against wrongdoing committed by large companies via individual and class action lawsuits. Many times when a company engages in fraudulent activity, hundreds or thousands of consumers are affected.
Class action lawsuits are filed on behalf of a group or "class" of individuals who suffer similar damages from a single company. A class action lawsuit can speed up the legal process and help ensure financial recoveries for a large group of consumers.
Protecting Consumers' Rights
Our consumer fraud lawyers are committed to protecting consumers' rights by:
- Exposing wrongdoing
- Advocating for consumers that have been wronged
- Suing corporations for engaging in fraudulent or misleading practices
- Suing corporations that cut corners to protect their bottom line
- Helping consumers recover financial damages for fraud
- Making sure companies don't engage in the same type of fraud again
We have the knowledge and the skills to challenge the largest corporations for engaging in fraudulent practices such as:
- False advertising
- Using deceptive marketing practices to get consumers to purchase goods or services
- Failure to warn consumers of potential risks associated with products
- Pushing the sale of products for uses that are not approved
Contact a Consumer Rights Lawyer about a Potential Fraud Case
If you believe that you have been defrauded, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible. Companies have a responsibility to protect consumers, but sometimes they end up cutting corners or engaging in illegal practices to line their own pockets and protect their bottom lines. When this happens, they can and should be held accountable for any resulting damages.
To find out if you qualify to file an individual consumer fraud lawsuit or join a class action, contact us today.