Our Office Location
20 South Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60603
Consumer Protection News
Consumer Protection and Class Action Lawyers
Consumer Protection News ◦ Know Your Rights
To arrange for a free case evaluation of your particular consumer law concern by an experienced consumer protection and class action lawyer, contact us.The consumer protection and class action lawyers of Edelman, Combs, Latturner & Goodwin, LLC, represent a diverse population of consumers through both individual and class action lawsuits against debt collectors, mortgage companies, insurers, and other businesses.
The types of cases handled by the attorneys at Edelman, Combs, Latturner & Goodwin, LLC, include predatory lending, interest overcharges and “junk fees” on mortgages, wrongful foreclosure of mortgages, actions to rescind mortgages, inaccurate credit reports, automobile cases involving breach of warranty, concealment of prior damage or prior use as rental car, odometer rollbacks, and “bait and switch” practices. The firm also handles civil rights and discrimination cases involving fair housing and other economic issues.
Readers of this Web site are invited to review consumer law news found on links at the bottom of this page. Examine the contents of the following pages of this Web site to learn more about the consumer law advocacy work of Edelman, Combs, Latturner & Goodwin, LLC:
- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
- Are You Being Dunned or Sued by a Debt Buyer?
- Are you having problems with your mortgage
- Consumer’s Guide to Credit Reporting
- Unwanted Telemarketing Calls, Junk Faxes, Text Messages, and E-Mails
Discuss the relevance of any of the following consumer law news items to your legal concern by contacting us via fax, phone, or email.
Insert entire set of links found at http://www.edcombs.com/consumer-protection-news/
The consumer protection and class action lawyers of Edelman, Combs, Latturner & Goodwin, LLC, represent clients throughout Illinois, and in Federal Courts in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Michigan, and will consider substantial cases in other jurisdictions.