Los Angeles Consumer Protection Lawyers

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April 24, 2017

If you’ve recently bought a vehicle and you’re unsure if what you purchased is defective or a ‘lemon,’ watch our video below. In the video, consumer rights attorney Howard Silver explains scenarios which would constitute a lemon.

California lemon law is designed to help you in this situation but these cases can be complex. If you believe that... Read More

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March 28, 2017

Your credit score is an important part of your life—your ability to get a mortgage or a car loan depend on it. The Fair Credit Reporting Act was enacted to protect you, the consumer, to prevent inaccurate information on your credit report and give you the opportunity to dispute inaccurate information. Learn more about the Fair Credit Reporting Act... Read More

March 21, 2017

Identity theft is as it sounds—Someone stealing your name and using it to buy goods and services. You could be left footing the bill for someone else’s charges because they used your name or social security number. Learn more from our attorney about identity theft in the video above.

If you or someone you know has been the victim of identity... Read More

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March 17, 2017

Errors on credit reports can occur for many reasons. Some of the most common errors involve someone with a similar name or similar social security number whose debt has been mixed within your credit report. Learn more about errors on credit reports from our attorney, Howard Silver, in the video above.

If you have questions about your credit... Read More

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March 07, 2017

Debt collectors have been known to employ illegal debt collection tactics in order to get consumers to pay. Sometimes, they try to collect a debt that may not even be yours due to identity theft. Learn more about unlawful debt collection tactics from our California attorney, Howard Silver, in the video above.

If you have questions about... Read More

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March 03, 2017

California law specifies the circumstances that qualify for a lemon law claim. These cases are complicated and require intimate knowledge of the legal system. A lemon law attorney can help you determine whether or not you have a case. Your vehicle could qualify as a lemon if the defect is unable to be repaired, but if your vehicle or a part of your vehicle... Read More

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March 02, 2017

Consumer Fraud occurs, for example, when you purchase a vehicle and the salesperson tells you it’s in perfect, working order, but in actuality, it has a defect or doesn’t work the way the seller said it would. This violation of your consumer rights can happen with any product you purchase that doesn’t work the way you were told, or you were not... Read More

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February 28, 2017

A motor vehicle can be deemed a lemon for a variety of manufacturing defects. If your vehicle has been in and out of service more than three times or in the shop for more than a month within a short period of your purchase, you likely have a lemon law claim. The process of filing a lemon law claim can be confusing, and you may end up with less than you’re... Read More

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February 27, 2017

When you purchase a product, you expect it to live up to the warranty and for any defects to be addressed by the manufacturer. Technically, the California Lemon Law applies only to motor vehicles. However, you have the same protection as a consumer when you buy a product such as a boat, RV or even a computer. Learn more about types of lemon law in... Read More

February 24, 2017

There are a variety of ways someone can steal your identity such as gaining access to your bank accounts, email and social security number, and what they do with your identity could hurt you financially and may involve criminal activity. Your identity can be used to drain your accounts, commit cyber crimes, traffic drugs and many others. This crime is... Read More

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