Well, the 4th of July weekend is over and most of us are back at work. Times right now have been busy for all of us in many different ways. I have been fortunate enough to remain busy helping consumers across North Carolina which is why I have not been in touch as much lately. Here are just a few of the items I have been working on:
Settled a homeowners insurance case where a company wrongfully denied payment of a storm damage claim
Filed a lawsuit against a used car dealership that failed to provide legally required documents and then wrongfully repossessed the vehicle after providing a payment extension
Preparing a lawsuit against another used car dealership for wrongful refusal to honor its own retail installment sales contract a/k/a finance contract with consumers (the same dealership committed various other violations of federal and state law relating to inaccurate credit reporting and wrongful repossession)
Preparing a lawsuit against a used car dealership that sold a defective vehicle to a minor and provided incomplete paperwork in addition to failing to send in the payment and application for a vehicle service contract the minor paid for as part of the purchase transaction
Settled a case in which a consumer received over 70 text messages from a company after informing company to cease and desist from any further communication
Consumer protection is an ongoing battle as too many vehicle dealerships, banks, lenders, insurance companies, businesses, and others try to take advantage of hard-working people. Too often the consumers face serious economic loss and inconvenience as well as anxiety and other damages. If you or someone you know has been wronged in a consumer transaction click here to see if I may be able to help you. Here’s hoping that you and I never have to have that type of conversation. Best wishes to you and yours.