Consumer Protection Lawyer
Consumer protection laws are designed to guarantee fair competition and the free flow of honest information in the marketplace. The laws are made to stop companies that participate in fraud or specified unfair practices from gaining an advantage over competitors. If you have been the target of fraud, unfair business practices, unfair lending practices, predatory pricing or other violations of your rights, call our consumer protection attorneys today.
Specific consumer protection laws can deal with matters such as:
- Credit repair
- Debt repair
- Product safety
- Service and sales contracts
- Bill collector regulation
- Utility turnoffs
However, no two cases are the same. Since we have such a long history of success within this area of the law, we can depend on what has worked for our clients in the past. But we are also experienced enough to know how to adapt to changing circumstances. With the rising emergence of online business, the need for consumer protection might have never been greater. There are myriad new ways for consumer rights to be violated. We are ready for them all.
Federal Consumer Protection Laws
Consumer protection laws at the federal level include:
- The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
- The Fair Credit Reporting Act
- The Truth-in-Lending Act
- The Fair Credit Billing Act
- The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
Contact a Skilled Consumer Protection Lawyer Today
If you think your consumer protection rights have been violated, speak with one of our experienced consumer protection lawyers at Thomas K. McKnight for a consultation today.