Protection against Unlawful business practices
All of us are consumers. We purchase and use products and services on a daily basis. But all too often consumers are cheated, bullied or swindled by large corporations and have no idea how to fight back. This is why there are laws in place that allow consumers the right to be safe from unsafe products and fraudulent, deceptive, or abusive businesses who want to take advantage of customers. A Consumer Protection Attorney from The Carlson Law Firm can help you recover losses from abusive business practices.
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Through a consumer protection lawsuit, consumers can restore the financial losses they and others have suffered. They can also put a stop to the company’s offending practices, ensuring that others will not be harmed in the future. The Carlson Law Firm has extensive knowledge of the consumer protection laws that are in place to guard against unfair practices. We take the time to understand your needs as well as to examine all of the details surrounding your case to help craft effective solutions.
Consumer protection cases We Can Assist With
The Truth in Lending Act, or TILA as it is more commonly know, protects borrowers by requiring banks and other institutions to make appropriate disclosures before lending funds. TILA is intended to protect against unfair lending practices. TILA covers most consumer credit loans, including mortgages, credit cards, and home equity loans.
The Texas Deceptive Trade Practices-Consumer Protection Act, more commonly referred to as DTPA, protects consumers against false, misleading, and deceptive business and insurance practices. Further, it protects consumers from unconscionable actions and breaches of warranty.
The Carlson Law Firm is currently investigating deceptive advertising claims against the University of Phoenix for Texas DTPA violations.
There's a Carlson Law Firm near you
With 12 locations throughout Texas, there’s a Carlson Law Firm near you. We have law offices located in Killeen, Temple, Waco, Round Rock, Austin, San Antonio, Laredo, Bryan, Lubbock, and Corpus Christi.