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What is a Consumer Lawyer?
Consumer lawyers represent people who have been victimized by fraudulent, abusive, and predatory business practices. NACA member attorneys are committed to advancing the cause of just treatment for and ethical representation of consumers.
Do I need a Consumer Lawyer
If you are facing one or more of these issues, you may want a legal opinion or representation to help you know what your rights are and to protect yourself. Use our Find an Attorney directory to find a lawyer who specializes in your type of case in your area.
With what issues can a Consumer Lawyer help?
Below are some of the primary areas and issues that consumer lawyers handle. To learn more about each of these areas and common issues experienced by consumers, please visit the For Consumers page on this website.
The sale, lease, or financing of a vehicle under fraudulent, deceptive, or unfair terms. The sale of lemons and salvaged or wrecked vehicles, and the improper repossession of cars.
Consumer problems such as trouble with debt collectors, creditors suing you, or items that appear on your credit report that arise during or after bankruptcy proceedings.
Includes credit report errors, credit repair scams, privacy invasion, identity theft, and the denial of credit because of improper credit reporting.
Debt collectors threatening you or violating the law, wage and bank garnishment, and debt reduction scams.
Mortgage, Real State, & Housing
Any scams or unfair practices related to the sale or financing of a mortgage, home improvement or repairs, foreclosure, landlord and tenant issues, mobile or manufactured homes, and timeshares.
Small Dollar Loans
Small loan amounts given in exchange for a hold on your paycheck, car title, or tax refund.
Servicing and collection issues related to federal and private student loans as well as issues related to loans that were used at for-profit institutions.
Telemarketing and Recorded Calls
If you have received unsolicited faxes, telemarketing calls, or prerecorded or autodialed calls, you may be able to bring a suit against the caller.
Other Areas of Interest
Areas include banking issues, credit cards, deceptive or fraudulent sales practices, financial exploitation, and consumer issues arising out of domestic violence, insurance, utilities, and warranties.
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