Consumer Fraud

It is an unfortunate reality that business and industry often value profits over consumer safety and fair dealing. Some of the examples of this reality include:

  • Defective products which injure or kill or which don't work properly
  • Advertising misrepresentations of the quality of merchandise
  • "Bait and Switch", purposely-confusing consumer contracts, and other fraud
  • Unfair or harrassing debt collection practices
  • Bad faith denial of insurance coverage
  • Investment scams
  • "Redlining" or other discrimination in real estate sales and rentals
  • "Lemon" automobiles

Our attorneys have represented many clients that were victims under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act and have successfully litigated cases under the Act.

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