Consumer Protection Laws
Our South Carolina Injury Lawyers Get Results
Corporations and industries pay lobbyists to convince Congress to pass legislation that benefits them. As a result, corporate interests and lobbyists have chipped away at laws and regulations protecting consumers. In order to put more power in the hands of consumers against corporate giants, McGowan, Hood & Felder, LLC represent clients in cases where false advertising, predatory practices, and malfeasance on the part of companies results in injury or harm. Our consumer protection lawyers investigate wrongdoing on the part of corporations, research case histories and persuade the court to enforce legislation and regulations intended to provide consumers with protection and legal recourse.
To discuss your case and schedule a free consultation, contact our South Carolina injury lawyers at McGowan, Hood & Felder, LLC. Our Rock Hill, Columbia, Sumter and Anderson office locations represent clients throughout Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Florence, Sumter, Greenville and Spartanburg.
Protecting Consumer Rights
McGowan, Hood & Felder, LLC represents consumers regarding the following:
- False advertising
- Bad faith insurance practices
- Violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
- Deceptive practices on the part of lenders or mortgage companies
Dishonest and deceptive practices can harm consumers in a number of ways. Depending on the nature of your dispute, your credit rating could be adversely affected, your insurance premiums raised or your ability to qualify for certain kinds of loans compromised. Our consumer protection lawyers can initiate legal proceedings to assist you in resolving problems before they get out of hand.
If you have called or written letters to a bank, consumer service center or a retail giant regarding a problem but have not gotten anywhere, contact our South Carolina injury attorneys at McGowan, Hood & Felder, LLC. We make your life our mission – we will evaluate your case, discuss your legal options and protect your rights.