Consumer Protection law

Attorney Richards says we as consumers spend billions of dollars each year on everything from appliances to motorcycles to yo-yos. We shop in brick-and mortar stores and online. Truly, consumer purchases never stop; they take place 24/7 and around the globe. It's not uncommon, then, for things to go wrong sometimes.

The item you bought may not work as promised, or you may be overcharged or charged for an item you never even bought. Federal and state consumer protection laws exist to give protection against many forms of fraud and unfair business practices. Attorney Richards knows those laws, the agencies that enforce them and how they can help protect you.

Please contact our offices today to schedule a consultation.  During this time, an experienced attorney can assess your case and explain your options in order to help navigate a successful outcome.