Have You Been Affected by Any of the Consumer Fraud Cases We’re Currently Investigating?

Companies being honest when they’re advertising and giving information to their clients or customers isn’t just nice – it’s the law. If a company advertises themselves in an untruthful way that results in consumers being harmed, then they can be held liable – and they should be. If you’ve been in this position and believe the law has been broken then it may be time to contact a consumer fraud attorney.

At The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker we are in the middle of investigating several cases, any one of which you may be a part of. Read on to learn more about them but if you don’t see your situation listed, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 for a free legal consultation.

We are working on the following consumer fraud cases

We are working on a number of consumer fraud causes that you may have been a victim of. First, there is lumber liquidators, which deliberately mislabeled laminate flooring that wasn’t up to the standards set for safe levels of formaldehyde. Next is HAMP Foreclosures, in which banks violated the terms of the HAMP program by foreclosing on homes even though they met requirements of the Trial Period Plan via modified loan.

We are also working on a case against Ranbaxy, a company that makes a generic version of Lipitor known as atorvastatin. They either falsified or fabricated date about their drugs. Quicken Loans is being investigated for not refunding deposits from consumers who decided not to refinance through Q uicken. We are also investigating Health Markets for deceptive practices in marketing health insurance and major online retailers for charging huge fines on returned products.

Do any of these sound familiar? If so, then it’s time to contact us for more information.

The 2 most common ways a company commits consumer fraud

There are many different types of consumer fraud but the two most common are:

  1. False claims. This includes making false claims about the benefits as well as the capabilities of a product.
  2. Omitting harmful details. If a company’s product has a health risk, side effects, a dangerous ingredient, etc., and they know about it yet fail to tell consumers then they are breaking the law.

Have you been harmed by either of these types of consumer fraud? If so, you don’t want to go up against these companies on their own. You can count on the fact that they have an attorney at their disposal – so should you.

You have options but we are the best choice

There are other companies that may be willing to take on your case but at The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker we are convinced that we’re the best choice. We work with a national recognized team of law firms that have an incredible track record, we’ve worked with 1000s of clients to help them fight corporations, we are here every day of the week, and we have recovered millions of dollars in compensations and awards. Call us today at 800-333-0000 for a free legal consultation.