San Francisco Unfair Business Practice Lawyers
Large or small, California businesses are subject to consumer protection laws regarding their goods and services, as well as any advertising they do. Whether it is a car repair shop or a retail store, businesses offering products and services must conform to the Consumer Unfair Business Practices Act prohibiting a number of specific deceptive or unfair commercial practices. From fraud or misrepresentation to false or intentionally misleading advertising, consumers have the right to pursue claims against a business engaging in these prohibited practices and any third parties authorized to participate in the practice.
If you believe you have been defrauded or lied to about a good or service, contact the unfair business practices attorneys at Bradshaw & Associates in San Francisco. We represent consumers throughout the Bay Area fighting back against unscrupulous business owners engaging in questionable acts to either sell or lease a product or provide a paid service.
Fight Back Against Deceptive Practices by California Companies
Before consumers who believe they are victims of unfair business practices have the right to sue a company for their money back and other damages, they must first seek a refund from the business in question. Our firm will assist clients in drafting a certified letter seeking reimbursement. After 30 days without a reply we can then help them file a lawsuit for damages including:
In addition to compensating consumers for violation of consumer protection laws, a business guilty of misrepresentation and other unfair business practice can also face other financial consequences the court deems necessary, including fines and disgorgement of profits related to the negligent business practice.
Contact an Unfair Business Practices Attorney at Bradshaw & Associates
Companies are expected to adhere to a business code of ethics and state laws prohibiting unfair competition and other questionable practices. When they fail to do so, we can help protect you from paying the price. Contact our San Francisco law offices for help holding businesses accountable for causing you harm.