Most of the virtual lawyers out there are basically providers of unbundled legal services leveraging technology to accomplish their goals. Sure, some do provide full representation but for the most part it’s not that way. In fact, the virtual law office technology that’s out there seems designed to accommodate the lawyer’s secret wish—a thriving law practice without those nagging clients. Have them fill out some forms online, communicate entirely through a nearly mystic portal, and the lawyer gets to generate work product from a beachside palapa.
We get a lot of calls every day from consumers who are having problems with vehicles. The defects vary anywhere from trim falling off to more.
From time to time we notice an increase in complaints about a particular make or model and recently it happened again.
The Dodge Journey'...
As a consumer advocate, I am moved most, not by the data and research demonstrating the need for stronger consumer protection and financial reform, but by personal stories shared by consumers – both in their ability to help advance an important policy issue and reaffirm the human spirit....
Here's another one minute video on how to spot a car that was wrecked and repaired - before you buy it. Some car dealers don't tell you all they know, like the fact that a car was wrecked and repaired. And that can make for thousands of dollars difference in the value of the car. Don't let a car dealer rip you off. Before you buy that used car, check it over carefully so you don't waste your money.
In the fight to protect consumers and restoring access to justice one is rarely surprised by the level of corporate hypocrisy. Yet, last week’s filing by AT&T managed to do just that.
Now several years into the housing crisis more than 7.5 million homes have entered into foreclosure, with millions more still at risk. Most federal government and private initiatives to stem the tide of foreclosure have fallen short in the face of continued poor economic conditions as well...
If an auto dealer sold you a lemon, would you purchase another car from the same dealer?
When I heard about S & P downgrading U.S. credit - only one thought came to my mind - you've got to be kidding me!! Isn't this the same company that threatened to downgrade or refuse to even rate mortgages in states that had the audacity to try and prevent the predatory lending crisis that we all saw coming. And isn't this the brilliant agency that gave AAA ratings to mortgages that weren't safe enough to use at the bottom of a bird cage.
As referenced in an earlier NACA blog post, we know that young military servicemembers often fall victim to predatory auto loans, many of whom are buying their first car and managing regular paychecks for the first time.