FAQ’s About Individual Claims

Posted on January 24th, 2019 by Tom Zimmerman

If you have recently used a product or service that resulted in you being injured or a victim of fraud you may feel threatened and violated, but you do not have to feel helpless. The Consumer Bill of Rights states consumers have the right to safety, to be informed, to choose, to be heard, to satisfaction of basic needs, to redress, to consumer education and to a healthy environment. A consumer protection lawyer can help you understand your rights and navigate you through the claims process. Below we will answer some frequently asked questions about individual claims.

Q: What Are Common Types of Consumer Cases?

Consumer cases can span a broad spectrum, however, some typical cases include identity theft, damage to your property or person that was caused by a product or service, an injury or property damage resulting from a business failing to inform you of any potential harm that may be caused by a product or service. Contact a consumer protection lawyer to discuss the specifics of your situation.

Q: Does a Signed Contract Mean That I Am Unable to Pursue My Case?

While every case is different, if you have signed a contract or otherwise agreed to using a product or service there is potential for filing an individual claim. For example, if you have an agreement with a business or individual and they did not uphold their end of the agreement, a consumer protection lawyer can help you pursue a claim for breach of that agreement.

Q: Where Should I Begin When Filing an Individual Claim?

If you believe you may have a consumer rights case, Attorney Tom Zimmerman can help you obtain justice in your case. You can request a free initial consultation on our website or call us toll free at 1-877-440-0020.

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