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Were you a victim of identity theft? Have you been denied housing, employment, or credit because of a mistake on your credit report? Have you had your personal information stolen? In times like these, you can count on our consumer protection attorneys.
At Morgan & Morgan, we know how devastating these experiences can be. That’s why we have attorneys that are singularly focused on protecting consumers against a number of threats. And we have the experience: for over 30 years, our attorneys have been fighting For The People and have recovered, to date, over $20 billion for our clients.
Let us fight for you, too. Contact our specialized, consumer protection attorneys today by filling out a free, no-obligation case evaluation form. We work on a contingency basis, so there are never any upfront fees and we don’t get paid unless we win.
Get answers to commonly asked questions about our legal services and learn how we may assist you with your case.
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How Can a Consumer Protection Attorney Help Me?
Hiring an experienced consumer protection attorney can give you the greatest chance at full and fair compensation. At Morgan & Morgan, our attorneys have years of experience handling consumer protection threats and successfully recovering compensation for our clients.
Our attorneys can review the details of your case, which will include both information collected by our experts and your own accounts. We will then determine whether a third party can be held liable, and, if so, will file a lawsuit. If your case is successful, you may be able to recover compensation for your financial losses, restore your reputation, and reestablish your credit score.
If you’re going to hire a lawyer, you should know that all law firms are not the same: Law360, which provides legal news and analysis, named Morgan & Morgan a 2019 Consumer Protection Group of the Year.
What Are Common Consumer Protection Claims?
At Morgan & Morgan, our attorneys can help protect consumers against a number of types of threats out there. With the resources of America’s largest plaintiffs firm, we have the bandwidth to tackle a whole host of consumer protection issues. Below are common consumer protection cases we handle:
The Fair Credit Reporting Act defines identity theft as “a fraud committed or attempted using the identifying information of another person without authority.” Our attorneys have experience navigating identity theft cases and work tirelessly to hold identity thieves and other parties accountable for their actions.
Mixed file errors happen when the information of two (or more) consumers is intermingled inappropriately and used to evaluate one customer’s credit. These errors can give consumers a credit score they don’t deserve, which can then result in denied credit, disqualified loans, and a host of other potential problems. Our attorneys can investigate and dispute incorrect information in your credit report and possibly help recover damages if negligence played a role in the error or its subsequent investigation.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) amends the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) to instruct credit reporting agencies to make special accommodations for those affected by COVID-19. Under the CARES Act, it’s required that when credit reporting agencies grant payment assistance or relief to a consumer affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the consumer complies, the agencies must report the consumer’s account as current.
If there’s a dispute regarding the customer’s account, the agencies must respond to dispute claims within 30 days. If those disputes are not investigated within the allocated 30-day time frame, consumers can still pursue A Private Right of Action. Our attorneys can help you better understand the CARES Act and how it affects you, which can make all the difference when it comes to safeguarding your financials.
FACTA, which stands for the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act, was created to reduce the risk of stolen personal information that could lead to identity theft. However, not all lenders and retailers follow the provisions of FACTA and put consumers at risk.
When your identity is stolen as a result of a company or lender violating FACTA, our consumer protection attorneys can work to hold these violators accountable and recover your full and fair compensation.
Can I Afford an Attorney?
Absolutely. At Morgan & Morgan, we believe that your finances shouldn’t stop you from being able to hire an attorney. That's why we work on a contingency-fee-basis. There are never any upfront costs to hire our law firm because we only get paid if we win your case. Our fee comes out of the successful winnings or settlement—not out of your pocket.
Contact Our Consumer Protection Group Today
With over 1,000 attorneys, our size and resources allow us to fight against the biggest adversaries—and win. To date, we have recovered $20 billion for our clients. That’s why you can count on us to fight for full and fair compensation for you, too.
Contact our specialized, consumer protection attorneys today by filling out a free, no-obligation case evaluation form. Because we operate on a contingency basis, there are never any upfront costs to hire us. We only get paid if we win for you.
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