Beth is an associate at the Burdge Law Office in Dayton, Ohio. She joined the firm... more
Beth is an associate at the Burdge Law Office in Dayton, Ohio. She joined the firm in 2004 and concentrates her practice on consumer protection cases, including: lemon law and breach of warranty cases for cars, motorcycles, and RVs, autofraud, debt collection cases, and bankruptcy. Beth co-authored Chapter 25 of the 2007 Edition of the Baldwins Ohio Consumer Law Handbook, Assistive Devic... view profile
Nationally known Consumer Law trial attorney, represented thousands of consumers in... more
Nationally known Consumer Law trial attorney, represented thousands of consumers in vehicle sales fraud and lemon vehicle cases since 1978, nearly 50 reported case decisions, Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney Since 2000, Ohio Super Lawyer every year since 2005. In 2004 named Trial Lawyer of the Year by the National Association of Consumer Advocates. In 2010 elected to the Board of Directors ... view profile
I always knew I wanted to practice law in consumer protection. I started my first... more
I always knew I wanted to practice law in consumer protection. I started my first career out of graduate school as a policy analyst in the Office Of Public Safety for The Mayor of The City Of Los Angeles. I helped 12 million people and didn't know any of them. So, I decided to move back to Cleveland to help the people I grew up with, saw on a daily basis, shared interests and cares with, and... view profile
Graduated from Capital University in 1972; Ohio State University in 1974; and... more
Graduated from Capital University in 1972; Ohio State University in 1974; and Capital University in 1981. Served in US Naval Reserve and US Army Reserve. I enjoy skiing, golfing, and athletics in general. Married, seven grandkids. Practice primarily civil and criminal litigation with emphasis on civil contract and consumer and debtor-creditor disputes.
Cars with problems that substantially impair the use, value, or safety of the vehicle are often called “lemons.” If your car repeatedly breaks down and you're unable to get it repaired, you may benefit from the services of a lemon law attorney, who will know which specific problems are covered by lemon laws. Certain lemon laws also cover other mechanical appliances that fail to work properly, such as a generator or washing machine. Lemon law attorneys know the information you need to better negotiate repairs to your car, or whether you qualify for a replacement car. You are often able to recover your lemon law attorney fees from the business that sold you the lemon.