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The Basics of Consumer Arbitration in New York

What agreeing to ‘terms and conditions’ means for your rights

What Is Consumer Law?

Keeping the marketplace for consumers

When Does a Car Qualify As a Lemon in California?

San Diego consumer attorney Richard M. Wirtz clarifies the state’s lemon laws

What Do I Need to Sue Someone for False Advertising?

What the consumer law says in California

The CARES Act: Your Action Required

Can consumers still take advantage of the CARES Act?

Consumers' Rights When They Visit an Auto Mechanic

Defining deceptive and unlawful repair practices in New Jersey

Avoiding Foreclosure in the Time of COVID-19

Ohio consumer attorneys offer advice to those unemployed because of coronavirus

How to Avoid Price-Gouging During the COVID-19 Crisis

Ohio attorneys on what consumers need to know during the coronavirus pandemic

Here's How You Can Bust Retail Fraud in Missouri

The Missouri Merchandising Practices Act, and federal UDAP laws, protect consumers

Can I Take Legal Action if I'm Receiving Pervasive Robocalls?

How to protect yourself from illegal robocalls in California

What You Can Expect from a False Advertising Lawsuit in Kansas

The state’s consumer protection laws on deceptive business tactics

Can I Sue for Deception or False Advertising in Missouri?

How attorneys and the Merchandising Practices Act protect consumers

What You Can Do About Those Annoying Robocalls

Florida attorneys' advice when robots, spoofers and scammers call

Should I Take Out a Payday Loan?

In Oklahoma, consumer attorneys advise to avoid them at all costs

How to Defend Your Credit Score and Future

Check in periodically, and call a lawyer if something seems fishy

Can I Sue When Kickstarter Fails to Deliver?

How the Consumer Protection Act covers crowdfunding in Washington

What to Do If Your Scholarship is in Jeopardy

Don’t panic and consider finding legal help

There's an Error in My Credit Report

Washingtonians can fix errors with the FCRA

Wrong Information Reported to the CRAs?

Virginians must keep an eye on their credit reports

Filing an Automotive Breach of Warranty Lawsuit

Indiana car owners can sue a manufacturer if their vehicle is still under warranty

Can I Dispute Information in My Credit Report?

Colorado consumers must start with understanding the credit bureaus’ legal requirements

When Credit Bureaus Have the Wrong Info

What Texans should do when a company gives credit reporting agencies incorrect data

Your RV Has Its Own Warranty—and Legal Issues

Warranties, sales and lease fraud, and deceptive practices in Ohio

What is Fee-Shifting?

The growing trend among attorneys may save Ohioans a boatload in legal fees

Suing an Auto Dealer for Fraud

How Pennsylvania law protects car buyers, and how a lawyer can help

Disputing a Furnisher in a Credit Information Suit

California consumers should know the laws and obligations that protect them

Seeking Damages for Background Check or Credit Reporting Errors

A Florida attorney can help you secure punitive awards against consumer reporting agencies

What Can You Get for an Inaccurate Credit Report Lawsuit?

The damages Washington consumers can expect for violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act

What If You Find Mistakes in Your Credit Report?

Get to know the laws consumer reporting agencies must follow

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