Our Texas Lawyers Resolve Consumer Fraud Claims Governed by Texas Law, the FDCPA, the TCPA and the DCPA
Our consumer protection attorneys help victims of debt collectors, robocallers, scammers, fraudsters, and others who prey on unsuspecting consumers in the marketplace. Our consumer fraud lawyers guide defrauded clients through the Texas and federal statutes that govern the often unbearable situations in which they find themselves. We help our defrauded clients understand their options for taking legal actions against people and companies who have harmed them. When consumer rights are abused, our consumer advocate lawyers are sensitive to and understand the economic and emotional damage that consumer fraud causes. Kilgore & Kilgore is intentionally small, so we can develop personal relationships with our clients as we guide them through the legal process.
Consumer Fraud Continues to Grow as Markets Expand
Consumer fraud legislation in the U.S. has seen significant growth since it was established in the 1960s. Many federal statutes are in place to protect consumers from abuses by phone or fax, debt collection calls and deceptive trade practices. Texas law has many provisions against such abuses, often with more teeth than the federal statutes. Consumer protection continues to evolve, lately dealing with repairing credit histories, for example.
Consumer fraud continues to afflict people. When someone falls victim to a scam, a financial scheme, a product that fails, a debt collector who won’t give up, unauthorized credit card charges, mistaken or stolen identity, our consumer protection lawyers can help. We can make the abuse stop.
Consumer Fraud Clients Come in all Shapes and Sizes, from Every Corner of Texas
Our clients are normal everyday consumers and include individuals, families, business partnerships, churches and religious organizations – anyone who has fallen victim to deceptive practices in the marketplace or disputed a debt or was a victim of spoofing and robocalls, among many other actions.
Our consumer protection lawyers use federal statutes including the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act (FDCPA), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and the Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DCPA) in concert with Texas statutes.
There are many Texas statutes that are useful in prosecuting consumer fraud. the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices – Consumer Protection Act (DTPA) protects Texas consumers against deceptive business and insurance practices, unconscionable actions, and warranty breaches. The Texas Business and Commerce Code and the Unfair Claim-Settlement Practice Act, found in the Texas Insurance Code, allows a defendant to make a pre-settlement offer, which may help end a legal proceeding early.
Our Dallas Consumer Protection Attorneys Work with Your Financial Situation to Resolve Consumer Fraud Claims
We align ourselves with the economic interests of our clients. When we provide legal services in the resolution of consumer fraud cases, we employ cost control practices and advanced business management techniques. And, we employ a variety of flexible fee techniques so we can adapt to the needs and limitations of our consumer fraud clients.
Put Our Experience in Consumer Protection Law to Work for You
Our Dallas lawyers have decades of experience in consumer law. We understand the process of submitting claims and working with Texas and federal agencies and courts where lawsuits are prosecuted. To learn more about our consumer fraud legal practice, click on one of the links in the sidebar to go to that page.
Our Clients Tell Us
Click on this link to read some of the many client testimonials that people have sent us to thank our consumer protection attorneys for getting them back on track. Kilgore & Kilgore can do the same for you.
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In a scheme commonly known as the Phoner-Toner Scam, the assets of Liberty Supply Company were frozen in 2015 by Eric Roberson of the FTC. Then in 2018, he obtained a $4.5 million judgment against Liberty for overbilling churches and charities:
Press Release: FTC v. Liberty Supply Co. Preliminary Injunction, 2015
Press Release: FTC v. Liberty Supply Co. Permanent Injunction, 2018
Federal Trade Commission announces a major crackdown on illegal robocalls targeting domestic operations responsible for a billion calls pitching credit card interest rate reductions, medical alert systems, and other money-making schemes.
Press Release: FTC, Law Enforcement Partners Announce Crackdown, June 2019