Abilene / Midland Consumer Law Attorneys
State and federal laws provide remedies for consumers in situations where they have been taken advantage of or treated unfairly. These laws also provide consumers with the potential recovery of attorney’s fees and court costs, making legal action possible for individuals who can not afford to pay out-of-pocket for a consumer law attorney to pursue their case.
At Blizzard & Zimmerman, we represent individuals in the areas of consumer protection, unfair and deceptive trade practices, the Texas Deceptive Practices Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Texas Debt Collection Practices Act, and Lemon Law/automobile claims.
If you purchased a defective product, the product was misrepresented, or you believe that a service provider is not honoring the terms of an agreement in Texas, please call consumer law attorneys Blizzard & Zimmerman, at (325) 676-1000 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Our dedicated consumer protection lawyers will protect you against deceptive trade practices.
Consumer protection laws regulate the way businesses can advertise, market, and sell their products and services to consumers. If a business uses misrepresentation or deception in their sale or advertising of a product or service, you may have a consumer protection claim under the Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA) or other state and federal laws. These laws broadly prohibit deception or misrepresentation in dealing with consumers. Deceptive acts can include misrepresentation involving product performance or capability; bait and switch schemes (where one product or service is offered but another is actually delivered); false advertisements; high-pressure sales tactics; and the use of form contracts and fine print to mislead consumers, among others.
If you feel you have been misled and victimized by a deceptive and dishonest practice, contact a dedicated consumer law attorney today. Please call Blizzard & Zimmerman at (325) 676-1000 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case and your rights under the law.