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Consumer Law

Consumer protection laws exist to protect buyers from many forms of fraud and unfair business practices, including mortgage fraud, fair debt collection and other mistreatment.  Another example of all-too-common consumer fraud occurs when sellers knowingly make false statements about the product they are selling, resulting in damages suffered by the buyer.

The area of consumer protection law is complex.  In addition to consumer protection agencies, many laws exist at both the federal and state levels.  A consumer law attorney can help you determine whether a lawsuit and an FTC complaint should be filed, if your consumer complaint should be the basis of a class action lawsuit, or whether you should pursue compensation under federal or state law.

To capitalize on existing consumer protection laws, rules and regulations, consumers should work with an experienced attorney who can advocate for their client and seek justice through the legal framework and enforcement agencies.  If you need an experienced consumer advocate, contact our attorneys today.  


Smith Welch Webb & White serve clients throughout the south metro Atlanta area including but not limited to McDonough, Stockbridge, DeKalb County, Clayton County, Henry County, Peach County, Jonesboro, Spalding County, Butts County, and Lamar County.



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