Our national team includes Washington consumer protection and credit defense lawyers and New York consumer protection and credit defense lawyers. If you’ve ever had your identity stolen, suffered the consequences of an inaccurate credit report, or been harmed by fraudulent business practices, you understand the frustration and financial pain that can result. You also know how hard it can be to fight back against companies that violate consumer protection laws.
The Financial Justice Initiative educates consumers and defends their rights. Our nationwide consumer protection and credit defense attorneys can help you delete inaccurate credit reporting, clear your records after identity theft, obtain financial compensation and relief from law breakers, and join with others to take action.
Federal and state consumer protection statutes, such as the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Electronic Funds Transfer Act, give you many rights and remedies. Explore our practice areas to learn more about how filing a lawsuit can result in compensation, stop unlawful activity, and promote more fair and transparent business practices.
The mission of the Financial Justice Initiative is twofold: to educate consumers dealing with inaccurate credit reporting, identity theft and other business misconduct about their rights, and to help them take legal action when those rights are not upheld. Our local team of attorneys have successfully brought consumer lawsuits against some of the country’s largest and most powerful companies. We are regularly able to handle many cases on a contingency-fee basis, which means you pay no legal fees unless we win your case. If you’re ready to take action, please contact us for a free case review.
“Credit is the lifeblood of the American economy, and for the American consumer access to credit has become inextricably tied to consumer credit scores as reported by credit reporting agencies.” Burke v. Experian Info. Sols., Inc., 2011 WL 1085874 (E.D. Va. March 18, 2011).Call Us Today :
In 1970, the Fair Credit Report Act or FCRA was enacted to ensure fair and accurate credit reporting, promote efficiency in the banking system, and protect consumer privacy. The first step to determine whether your rights may have been violated is to request your free annual credit reports and review them for accuracy. If you find any errors or inaccuracies, you may want to consult one of our local attorneys at the Financial Justice Initiative.