With an increase in internet sales and form contracts, consumers are often caught in a mire of fine print, requirements to divulge personal information, and deceptive trade practices. Once consumers obtain a product or service, the contract terms often conceal significant provisions that favor the corporation, building roadblocks to any recourse for the consumer. Moreover, the product may be defective and unsafe.

The Deceptive Trade Practices Act in most states prevent this behavior. Most states also include in their laws provisions to penalize predatory companies by making them liable for up to treble damages, or dollar amounts for each violation.

At the Schwaba Law Firm, we know how to navigate through the roadblocks corporations put into their contracts.

We have represented people victimized by fraudulent credit schemes, excessive and unnecessary charges on automobile loans, and many other types of cases. We have helped consumers obtain recoveries for deceptive trade practices and defective products.

If you have been the victim of predatory conduct as a consumer, contact the Schwaba Law Firm. Let us see if we can help you recover.