We successfully utilize the Consumer Fraud Act in a variety of circumstances where false advertising is involved; or where a consumer is sold goods or services that fall short of what was originally promised.

Following recent job market trends, some private vocational schools have marketed an assortment of new programs promising to provide training to prepare students for positions in an assortment of “up and coming” fields. Many of these institutions do not deliver the type of programs they have advertised and sold, resulting in financial harm to these students.

This firm has represented many former students of institutions defrauded by such schools as well victims of contractors, home improvement companies, and marketing firms

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