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Consumer Law

Defective Products


If a defective consumer product causes serious injury or property damage, the manufacturers, distributors and retailers can and should be held legally accountable. You should not bear the burden of losses caused by a negligent corporation's failure to provide safe products to consumers, whether because of a defective design, a manufacturing defect, or a failure to warn. Speak with an experienced product liability attorney to find out your legal options before your statute of limitations causes your claims to expire. 

False Advertising


California has very strong consumer and competitor protections against businesses engaged in false advertising. False advertising can include deliberate misrepresentations in print, broadcast or online advertising, deceptive or misleading labels and packaging, failure to disclose important details, or bait-and-switch schemes. We have successfully pursued both individual and class action claims against false advertisers in numerous industries. If you got ripped off, we will exact justice for you.

Bad Debt Collectors


The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act regulates the conduct of third-party debt collectors who are attempting to collect debts on behalf of another person or entity. Debt collectors often disobey these rules in an attempt to collect old debts at any cost. If you've been harassed by a disreputable debt collector, you may be entitled to $1,000 in statutory damages, actual or punitive damages, as well as your attorney's fees. Most attorneys have never actually tried an FDCPA case to a federal jury. We have.

Identity Theft / FACTA


Because credit card receipts can be used to commit identity theft, the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act now makes it illegal for businesses to electronically print more than the last five digits of a credit card number or its expiration date on receipts. If your credit card purchase receipt printed more than the last five digits of your credit card number or its expiration date, you may be entitled to compensation between $100 and $1000 under the FACTA.

Fair Credit Reporting


The Fair Credit Reporting Act requires lenders to accurately report information on individual credit reports. Consumers can review a copy of their credit report for free and can dispute inaccurate information. The creditor must provide complete and accurate information about an individual’s payment history and must investigate disputes and resolve them within 30 days.

ADA - Failure to Provide Access


 Any disabled person who encounters a building condition that does not meet the accessibility requirements of the ADA or the California Building Code is entitled to compel compliance, and can receive $4,000 in statutory damages and have their attorney’s fees paid by the non-complying business.