Despite all of the existing state and federal laws that are meant to prevent deceptive trade practices, there will always be a few businesses and individuals who are willing to bend the law in order to generate greater income at the expense of the consumer. However, when businesses in Houston do engage in deceptive trade practices—by allowing dangerous products on the market or by swindling their customers, for instance—these businesses can face legal action under those state and federal deceptive trade laws they decided to break.
If you have suffered because of another company’s unethical business practices, the Houston consumer protection attorneys at Williams Hart can help you understand what legal action you may be able to pursue under state or federal consumer protection laws. More than that, our attorneys can help you send a powerful message to the business community about the consequences of engaging in deceptive trade practices.
Few other things will have the same capacity to shake a consumer’s confidence in the legitimacy of the marketplace as the experience of being victimized by deceptive trade practices. Though it may seem daunting to take a business to task for what can become a complicated area of law, our legal team can help you work through each and every step of the legal process as we pursue compensation and justice on your behalf.
That being said, many consumer protection cases that are brought against businesses in Houston find a basis for litigation in the following laws:
There is no reason that you should be in the situation you are in right now, and our firm can help you pursue an aggressive line of legal action against any business or company that utilized any kind of deceptive trade practice to take advantage of you.
If you have been deceived or otherwise treated unfairly by a business in Houston, you may be able to pursue compensation from that business for engaging in unfair trade practices. To speak with an aggressive, experienced Houston consumer protection lawyer from Williams Hart about the particulars of your case, call our offices at (713) 230-2200 today.