Do you need help finding a consumer law attorney in Brooklyn? Having a consumer law issue can be one of the most frustrating problems to try to resolve. As a consumer, you have certain protections and rights under state and some applicable federal law but getting satisfaction or even an adequate response from the other party or business can be almost impossible without additional help.
Fighting with a big company, a giant retailer or even a local business can feel overwhelming without some guidance, information and real help. That’s why we’re here–to get you in touch with a lawyer who can evaluate your problem, provide useful, helpful advice and take on your battle if you decide to go forward with your dispute.
We can help.
Our qualified lawyers handle a wide variety of consumer law matters including the following:
- Home Renovation Contracts
- Contractor Disputes
- Lemon Law Issues
- Auto Dealer Fraud
- Warranty/Guarantee Issues
- Deceptive Practices Issues
- Most matters relating to Consumer Law.
The Brooklyn Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service is Brooklyn’s oldest and largest attorney referral service, and is the only referral service in Brooklyn that has been certified by the American Bar Association.
We can refer you to an attorney in any of the five Boroughs of New York, as well as the neighboring Counties of Nassau, Suffolk, Rockland, and Westchester.
How does the Brooklyn Lawyer Referral service work?
Call us at (718) 624-0843 or contact us now online. Our friendly, trained staff will listen to you and hep connect you with a consumer law attorney in Brooklyn (or another area) who is right for you. Our prescreened attorneys have on average over 10 years of experience and are continually being evaluated for customer satisfaction by our staff of counselors.
What Does It Cost?
There is a nominal $25 consultation fee for consumer law matters, which entitles you to up to one-half hour with the attorney to whom you were referred. The attorney will not charge you any additional fee during this first 30-minute meeting. This administrative fee is payable by cash or money order. After the first meeting with the attorney, you should discuss with the lawyer the cost of additional advice or representation.
There are no further charges to you from the LRS and you are under no obligation to hire the consumer law lawyer to whom you have been referred.