Your rights as a consumer and as an individual can be violated by abusive debt collectors, discrimination, or identity theft. Many may think they are powerless to defend themselves against these types of actions, or that doing so would be too expensive. Rodal Law has years of experience fighting for consumer rights, and will ensure you are compensated fairly for all damages. Our firm has assisted hundreds of clients in various legal actions.
Our firm specializes in consumer law, specifically with cases involving the Truth in Lending Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Measures taken by companies that are in violation of these Acts often include the following:
We also have experience handling personal injury, employer discrimination and civil rights cases. Our firm takes the physical and financial well-being of our clients very seriously, and we work tirelessly to ensure that our clients’ rights are protected and any responsible parties are held accountable for their actions.
Many attorneys often place themselves in either a “litigation” bucket or a “research/brief writing” bucket. Our firm prides itself in our attorneys having extensive experience in both areas, and are as comfortable in front of a judge as they are behind a keyboard.
If you or a loved one have been the victim of consumer debt actions, civil rights infringements, or an accident which left you severely injured, do not hesitate to contact Rodal Law. Our firm has litigated nearly 500 cases in federal court, along with hundreds more in state court. Our firm understands the toll which consumer protection actions can take on your family and your personal life.
Contact Rodal Law today for your initial free consultation, either via phone, Skype, or in person. During this initial meeting, you will meet with an attorney to discuss your claim and the rights you hold. Our firm represents clients in the Broward County region and Miami-Dade County region.
our firm has litigated nearly 500 cases in federal court. along with hundreds more in state court.