Sacramento, CA Consumer Fraud Attorneys

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Sacramento, CA Consumer Fraud Attorneys

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  • Stuart C. Talley
  • Partner at Kershaw Cook & Talley, PC
  • Sacramento, CA U.S.A.
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  • John R. Parker Jr.
  • Partner at Cutter Law P.C.
  • Sacramento, CA U.S.A.
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  • C. Brooks Cutter
  • Partner at Cutter Law P.C.
  • Sacramento, CA U.S.A.
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  • William Philip Torngren
  • Member at William P. Torngren
  • Sacramento, CA U.S.A.
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  • Stephen Woods White
  • Supr. Ct. J.
  • Sacramento, CA U.S.A.
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Consumer Fraud

Are you the victim of consumer fraud? Has a business treated you unfairly or acted in a deceptive manner? Have you lost money or property to a scam artist? Has your insurance company denied a legitimate claim? A consumer fraud law firm can help you take legal action against the company, which may including filing an individual or class action lawsuit against the business. Your lawyer can also notify the appropriate attorney general or state's attorney--which often act as consumer watchdogs--and urge the government to launch a criminal investigation if appropriate.