Consumer Class Action

Columbus Fair Business Practices Act Attorneys

Class action lawsuits are a powerful tool for protecting consumers’ rights. If you have been promised something you didn’t receive, charged for something you never agreed to pay for, or otherwise taken advantage of, chances are that the same thing has happened to others.

At Butler Prather LLP, our Georgia consumer class action lawyers fight cases nationwide on behalf of consumers who have been harmed by deceptive and unfair business practices. We have litigated against some of the biggest corporations in the world — and won. Please contact us no matter how small you believe your individual claim may be.

Fighting Abusive Businesses on Behalf of Consumers

Our attorneys have the experience to help consumers pursue class action claims against defendants based on the Fair Business Practices Act and other federal and state laws. We have the resources and reputation to aggressively take on abusive businesses such as:

  •  Insurance companies: If you have been sold a misleading insurance product or denied insurance benefits you were entitled to, you may have a class action case.
  •  Mortgage brokers and lenders: Deceptive mortgage practices and predatory lending have become major problems. Our firm has the experience to pursue these cases.
  • Credit card companies: Credit card holders have rights under federal and state law. Our attorneys are prepared to pursue claims for excessive fees and other credit card abuses.
  • Product manufacturers: If you have been harmed by a defectively designed product, you may be eligible to bring a class action product liability lawsuit.

Under the Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA), most class action lawsuits must be brought in federal court, even if they allege violations of state law. Our dedicated trial lawyers have experience fighting and winning class action cases and other lawsuits in both federal and state court.

Our attorneys fight for real financial compensation for consumers who have been harmed by abusive businesses. If you think you may have a claim, don’t hesitate to contact us for a free case evaluation.

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