Consumer laws are inplace to protect you.
Once you know your rights, you can fight back. We can help.
Our lawyers are always aware of all changes in the international and local legislative system.
Consumer Attorneys have a proven track record in fighting for consumers' rights.
Explore our core legal services below to see how we're helping other people.
You may be entitled to a money award under the Fair Credit Reporting Act if you have errors on your credit report.Explore
You may be entitled to a money award under the Fair Credit Reporting Act if you were denied housing or a job based on an improper background check.Explore
You may be entitled to a money award under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act if you received a debt collection letter or phone call.Explore
You may be entitled to a money award under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act if you received unsolicited calls, robocalls or texts.Explore
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) protects workers against unfair employment practices.Explore
You may be entitled to a fresh start and improvements to your credit score post-bankruptcy after your debts are dischargedExplore
You may be able to help yourself and thousands of others in your situation by serving as a class representative against powerful corporate interests.Explore
You may be entitled to a money award if you were the victim of a data breach.Explore
You may be entitled to a money award if you suffered injury or illness due to negligence.Explore
New York City, New York
If you have a mistake on your background report, Consumer Attorneys can help you correct your report and get your life back on track. Read Brown's story
Daytona Beach, Florida
I think that a Consumer Attorneys firm has been really great. They're very informative about the whole process and help you make the right decisions as far as you know what your options are. They are readily available anytime I will email, someone's usually responding very quickly! Read Michael's story
My credit information had been lumped with my brother's information. On paper, it looked like me and my brother were the same person; almost like I didn't exist. I tried repeatedly to fix the problem on my own with no luck. If you can’t borrow money, you can’t move up in life. Don’t blindly trust that the credit bureaus are doing their due diligence. Check your own credit at least once a year, and if something doesn’t seem right, call Consumer Attorneys. Read Rahil's story
Maricopa County, Arizona
I felt like I was chasing my tail for months. I certainly couldn’t buy a house or even a car. Because of that, I’ve put off proposing to my girlfriend. I didn’t want to pull her into my financial mess. No matter how much you love someone and want to start a life with them, you don’t want to worry about ending up homeless or not having enough food in the refrigerator. Working with Consumer Attorneys has been a life-changing experience. I didn’t think I would ever get out of that financial hole. I’ll propose soon. Things are looking good. Read Adnan's story
My Consumer Attorney's assistant was Duncan. He was very professional and knowledgeable, and carefully explained every step of the process and all the available options. He was patient with me and helped me to fix the inaccurate information on my credit reports. I will keep his number so I can recommend him to other people... great guy :o)
Lana was very knowledgeable and patient. Answered all my questions without hesitation. This was my first time using the services of a law firm to fix my credit, and the Consumer Attorneys team nailed it. Lana made me feel more comfortable with the decision to bring a lawsuit and get rid of the negative information that my ex-husband caused to appear on my credit report. Thanks, Lana for your calm and caring attitude. I really appreciate the experience.
Victoria is an amazing person, she helped me with my difficult issue, she helped me with patience. I want to thank her very, very much. I had someone's information on my credit reports, and Victoria was with me all the time till we fixed this.
Though I’d say it was a very time-consuming process, and at some point, I even thought of giving up since I’m old and it was hard for me to gather all required proof, the assistants have been very patient and helpful in assisting me. I had someone else's information on my credit report, and they’ve fixed it. God bless you my friends, god bless you.
Florida, Cape Coral
It was a pleasure working with Kevin. He went above and beyond to make sure I was completely satisfied and well-informed. I’ll definitely advise my friends and relatives to use your services. Thank you for an awesome experience.
Kansas, Arkansas City
Kate is awesome, patiently assisting me with details. I got denied a job several times, because of some criminal records that did not belong to me being placed on my background report. I was almost at the bottom since I even started being late on payments on my credit accounts. This wonderful team of professionals helped me a lot. You’ve all been doing a great job, and your company is lucky to have one like Kate. Keep it up!
We are very grateful for the excellent attention of our assistant, Harry. We congratulate you for having an efficient and effective staff with the necessary empathy towards us, the consumers.
New York, New York
Consumer Attorneys did a phenomenal job. My experience with this company has been nothing short of astounding. They are polite, knowledgeable and make sure I get the best value for my time. Definitely recommend contacting them if you have any issues with Identity theft.
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