Manchester Consumer Protection Attorney Serving New Hampshire
Consumer law is a broad category of claims, running the gamut from simple disputes with banks or mortgage holders over mysterious charges to outright identity theft and fraudulent debt collection practices. In these tough economic times, more and more companies are engaging in aggressive collection tactics that violate federal law.
Unfortunately, many of their victims wait to contact a lawyer until after they rack up credit card debt, suffer home foreclosures or worse. As you are reading this, you may not fully understand your rights under the following statutes:
- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act;
- Fair Credit Reporting Act;
- Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy Code;
- Chapter 13 of the United States Bankruptcy Code;
- The New Hampshire Consumer Protection Act;
- The Uniform Commercial Code;
- The Truth in Lending Act;
- The Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act;
- The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act; and
- Many More statutes and common law cases that protect you as a consumer.
Understanding Your Rights
If you do not fully understand your rights, or are reading this page because you think a debt collector, bank or financial institution (or even a private seller or landlord) has violated your rights, stop wasting time on the internet! Many websites will waste your time with links to more information about these laws, but the last thing you need right now is a website rambling on about these statutes and cases without knowing the specific facts of your case. What you need is a lawyer to help you evaluate your case, understand your rights and to help you enforce them!
If you have fallen victim to a faulty product or service, you need the help of a consumer protection attorney that can help you get the compensation you deserve.
Clients of McGohey Law, PLLC will be able to know their rights and enforce them against debt collectors, banks and financial institutions instead of suffering financial havoc. You need a lawyer to put you back in the driver’s seat. If you believe a debt collector, bank or financial institution has violated your rights as a consumer under state or federal law, call McGohey Law, PLLC for a FREE consultation.