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Consumer Fraud

The experienced attorneys at Pasternack, Tilker, Ziegler, Walsh, Stanton, & Romano, LLP fight against deceptive, misleading, unfair and secretive practices corporations use to defraud consumers. In New York, deceptive acts or practices in the conduct of any business, trade or commerce or in the furnishing of any services is unlawful. Other state and federal laws provide consumers with broad protection from unfair and illegal business practices even when the damage may be considered a low amount in the context of a dispute. If you have been hurt economically by consumer fraud, there is legal action to take. Our experienced consumer fraud attorneys have the resources and experience necessary to fight your case and win.

If you believe you have been the victim of consumer fraud or purchased a defective product, our attorneys are available to discuss whether you have any legal options to pursue. Corporate wrongdoing against consumers comes in many forms. Companies may infringe on consumers' rights through deceptive advertising practices, financing and insurance scams, unconscionable pricing, charging for services never provided, price-fixing agreements, and defective or flawed products. Dishonest companies also can overcharge each customer only a small amount, stopping serious complaints but adding up to tremendous amounts of undeserved money.

Pasternack, Tilker, Ziegler, Walsh, Stanton & Romano LLP realizes that often-voiceless consumers suffer the brunt of corporate wrongdoing, and have little power to hold companies responsible for their actions. In response, our firm uses litigation to confront fraudulent practices that consumers alone cannot effectively dispute. We make consumers' concerns a priority, collecting consumer complaints against suspected companies and exploring all avenues for prosecution. For example, our attorneys are currently prosecuting, amongst other actions, a class action against one of the five largest automobile insurance company for refusing to pay consumers for replacement parts that equal or exceed the quality of the damaged original equipment manufacturer's part. We encourage you to report corporate actions that you believe may be fraudulent.

Contact our firm online or call 1-800-692-3717 to discuss a possible lawsuit and to help you recover earnings to which you may be entitled.