Our focus for every case we accept is the same: providing our clients with high quality and cost effective legal services. We put forth the time and effort to become experts on the unique facts and circumstances facing each client. We pride ourselves on timely communication and a committment to put the interests of clients ahead of our own.
Whether it is financing a car, building a house or buying a product - most people are part of hundreds of consumer transactions a year. Most of them are uneventful and entirely lawful. However, many times when something about a transaction just doesn't feel right, there is a legal issue lurking and you may need to pusue your rights under the law.
Construction Project Litigation
Building or renovating your home is likely the biggest transaction you will ever make. Unfortunately, many contractors will attempt to take advantage of consumers during this process. Cost overruns, overdraws, using your money for other projects, material substitutions, excessive delays and poor workmanship can turn the dream of home construction into a nightmare. Wisconsin law has powerful protections when it comes to protecting homeowners from bad contractors.
Auto Dealer Fraud
Next to a home, a vehicle purchase is usually a consumer's largest transaction. Auto dealerships have great incentive to sell as many cars as possible. Many times this causes dealerships to be less than honest about the cars they sell and the financing terms under which they sell them. Most consumers simply accept poor auto dealership experiences without exploring the significant consumer protections and compesation which may be available to them.
Disputes arise between businesses on a dailty basis. Many times business owners are faced with two choices: take the short end of the dispute or pay significant money to fight. A reasoned and honest assesment of the situation will reveal the proper course of action and may present imaginative and alternate strategies for dealing with the conflict.
Contracts are the foundation that governs the relationship between parties. Whether it is a business contract, a construction contract or any contract for products or services, a well-drafted, fair and comprehensive contract between parties can help to avoid costly conflicts down the road.
People expect to get what they paid for. However, some manufacturers and retailers may resort to exagerrated, inflated or flat-out false claims regarding a service or product in an effort to increase sales. Consumers have significant rights regarding protection against such deceitful conduct.