Legal Advice for Consumers' Rights — 46 results
Written by attorney Hailey Gallant, over 1 year ago.
Many consumers have told us that they get several calls a day on their cell phones from a debt collector or creditor who is trying to collect a debt. Collection calls to cell phones can be... more
Written by attorney Ronald Burdge, almost 2 years ago.
Credit is critical in our society. This Legal Guide talks about the rights that you have when you apply for credit, the laws that are involved, and answers questions about your right to credit.
Written by attorney Michael T Millar, about 1 year ago.
Under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, one commits an act of consumer fraud in any one of three ways: (1) affirmative misrepresentations, (2) knowing omissions, and (3) certain regulatory... more
Written by attorney David McCormack, over 1 year ago.
Just in time for the mad shopping rush before the holidays, the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) recently released its 27th annual Trouble in Toyland report. This report details... more
Written by attorney Michael T Millar, about 2 years ago.
(1) What is consumer fraud?
Consumer fraud is "any unconscionable commercial practice, deception, fraud, false pretense, false promise or misrepresentation" in connection with the sale of... more
Written by attorney John N Skiba, about 2 years ago.
5 Websites Every Consumer Must Visit
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Finding good, solid, reliable information on the Internet is tough. There are thousands... more
Written by attorney Paul J Molinaro, 10 months ago.
The prescription drugPradaxa (dabigatran etexilate mesylate) is a medication which has been prescribed to hundreds of thousands of patients to thin their blood thereby reducing the risk of... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Wells, about 1 year ago.
This legal guide outlines an Ohio car dealer's legal duty to affirmatively disclose prior damage to a motor vehicle to a subsequent purchaser.
Written by attorney David Kasell, over 1 year ago.
A quick way to tell if you might be able to bring a case against the seller or manufacturer under New York's Lemon Law and get a refund or replacement of your vehicle or purchase price.
Written by attorney Vincent Pravato, over 1 year ago.
Formaldehyde exposure in the home may be the result of the use of materials containing this chemical in new construction or renovation projects. For example, the chemical was commonly used... more
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