If you have been the victim of consumer fraud, we will fight for you.
Being honest and accurate in the description of all products and services isn’t just good, ethical business practice. It’s also the best way for corporations to avoid allegations of consumer fraud.
There are two main activities that constitute consumer fraud:
- Making false claims about the benefits or capabilities of a product
- Purposefully omitting harmful details related to a product (such as dangerous ingredients, health risks and side effects)
No matter what type of consumer fraud activity you have been victimized by, you can and should explore the possibility of taking legal action and securing compensation. Of course, you will need help from an experienced consumer fraud attorney in order to do this.
Who Better to Choose Than The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker?
Here are just a few of the reasons you should trust your case to the skilled attorneys at The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker:
- We handle consumer fraud cases in cooperation with a national recognized team of highly successful law firms
- We’ve helped thousands of clients fight big corporations
- We will fight for maximum compensation in your case
- We have an attorney available to assist you every day--even on weekends
- We offer no-risk representation with no payment due until we win your case
We Are Currently Investigating These Consumer Fraud Cases:
- Lumber Liquidators: Lumber Liquidators opened themselves up to consumer fraud suits after deliberately mislabeling laminate flooring to conceal had unhealthy and unsafe levels of formaldehyde.
- HAMP Foreclosures: Banks that have violated the Home Affordable Modification Program through wrongful foreclosures are currently being targeted for consumer fraud.
- Atorvastatin: Have you taken this drug? If so, you may be interested to learn that the drug manufacturer falsified or fabricated bioequivalency data. You may wish to participate in a consumer fraud action.
- Quicken Loans Refinancing Deposits: Quicken has been accused of consumer fraud because they did not return the deposits of individuals who ultimately decided not to refinance with the company.
- HealthMarkets: Deceptive health insurance marketing practices are the subject of ongoing investigation and corporate fraud lawsuits.
- Hidden Online Restocking Fees: Charging a restocking fee is an acceptable business practice--but only if the fees are clearly described and easy for consumers to find. Several major online retailers are facing consumer fraud suits because their restocking fees are hefty and hard to discover.
Have You Been the Victim of Consumer Fraud?
Whether you have been victimized in one of the above scenarios, or by a totally different company, The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker is here for you. You can reach out to us 7 days a week at 602-340-0030 or submit your case online. We’ll be happy to set up a free, no-obligation consultation so you can learn more about your legal rights and options.