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Consumer Protection Lawyer in Aurora

Helping Consumers End Abusive Business Practices

Both state and federal consumer laws help you fight back against abusive business practices, scams, and other detrimental actions you may encounter in the marketplace. Whether the business practice is a type of fraud or some other unfair or dishonest act, you can obtain relief through the proper application of these laws.

At Consumer Law Pro, we take great pride in representing consumers. All too often, innocent people are taken advantage of by a variety of companies, lenders, manufacturers, and abusive debt collectors. Our firm helps to discourage abusive, fraudulent, and negligent business practices by holding companies responsible for their actions.

We provide these services on a contingency basis, which means you do not pay attorney’s fees unless we win your case. In fact, you most likely won’t need to pay at all because most claims come with penalties and attorney award provisions.

Have you been victimized by an abusive, fraudulent, or negligent business action? Discuss your case with our consumer protection attorney in Aurora during a free, initial consultation. Call (303) 622-3833 or contact us online today.

Consumer Protection Laws

As a consumer, you are protected by a wide variety of legislative acts. You have rights, and the businesses with which you correspond must fulfill their obligations to you.

Here are just a few of the consumer protection laws we use to defend your rights:

  • The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act
  • Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act
  • Truth in Lending Act
  • Fair Credit Billing Act

These laws are enforced by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA), the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection Bureau, and the U.S. Department of Justice. Additionally, the Colorado Consumer Protection Act prevents and punishes businesses that engage in unethical, deceptive, or otherwise unfair business practices.

Examples of unfair or deceptive business practices under the law include (but are not limited to):

  • Misrepresenting the characteristics, ingredients, benefits, or uses of goods and services
  • Misrepresenting certifications of products or services
  • Misrepresenting the grade or quality of certain products or services
  • Misrepresenting the price of products or services
  • Bait-and-switch advertising
  • Failing to disclose information concerning goods and services when such failure was designed to get the consumer to engage in a transaction
  • Unlawful telemarketing practices

Under consumer protection laws, both the Attorney General’s Office as well as private citizens may bring legal actions against businesses that engage in the above practices.

As a plaintiff in a lawsuit against a business, you must demonstrate the following:

  • The business acted in an unfair, deceptive, or fraudulent manner that affected your business, occupation, or vocation;
  • The practice is one that affects consumers or potential consumers;
  • You suffered some type of injury or loss due to the practice; and
  • The practice resulted in this injury or loss.

Where you prevail as a consumer in a court action against a business, you may be entitled to damages. These can include $500 or the actual damages you incurred due to the violation, plus 3x the damage amount if the business violator’s conduct was willful, fraudulent, intentional, or knowing.

Contact Consumer Law Pro for Dedicated Support

If you believe you have a case, please contact us online and provide a detailed description of your situation. If we believe we can help you, we will call to schedule a free consult with our attorney.

If you do not hear from us, it is not because your case lacks merit. We receive too many requests to reply to them all. In some cases, we will advise you to take additional steps before we can pursue a claim. In most cases, we will ask you to bring supporting documents for our review.

During your free initial consultation, we will ensure that you understand your rights as well as the potential outcomes of your case. At every point in the process, our consumer protection attorney in Aurora provides excellent customer service. You can trust not just our counsel and representation but also our personal commitment to your success.

Reach out to us online or call (303) 622-3833 to get started as soon as possible.

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