Protecting the Interests of Consumers and Upholding the Law
Shakfeh Law, Ltd. offers consumer rights protection services to residents of Illinois. In this state, there is a powerful legislation in place called the Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act. This law allows people who have been wronged by a business to obtain punitive damages and also recoup their attorneys’ fees if they win their case.
The Basics of Consumer Fraud
Consumer fraud occurs when a person who purchases a product or service and is deceived by a business that either willfully intends to deceive the consumer or does do so through an act of negligence. Any product that is typically purchased for household purposes usually falls under the category of consumer fraud. Such products can include home mortgages, insurance, credit cards, construction services, cars and trucks, household goods, and services purchased for your household.
Sometimes consumer fraud occurs when a business sells a household product that they know to be faulty or illegal, and sometimes this type of fraud occurs when a business fails to properly inspect or test its products. Regardless of how you have fallen subject to this type of fraud, you have legal rights that can give you the opportunity to receive financial compensation for any physical or emotional injury that has occurred as a result of the fraud.
How an Experienced Lawyer Can Help
Attorney Danya Shakfeh can listen to your case and provide you with sound legal guidance regarding how best to proceed. In some cases it may be to a person’s advantage to settle a claim outside of court or to send a demand letter to the fraudulent company. In other cases, attorney Danya Shakfeh might take your case to court and argue on your behalf before a judge. With Shakfeh Law on your team, you can be sure that your case will be taken seriously and your rights will be protected to the full extent of the law.
If you’d like to learn how Illinois consumer rights attorney, Danya Shakfeh, can help you with your case, schedule your personal consultation by calling (630) 517-5529 or simply complete the quick contact form. After you complete the form, an attorney from the firm will contact you to arrange your one-on-one meeting.