Companies Have No Right To Mislead Consumers Through Fraudulent Practices

If you were deceived or misled during a consumer transaction, or were not told important facts about a product, or purchased defective products, or have paid for services that failed to perform as promised, West Virginia consumer protection law might give you the right to recover damages from the seller or manufacturer.

At The Grubb Law Group, we have considerable experience successfully handling a variety of consumer protection cases. Founding attorney David L. Grubb has served as the director of the West Virginia Consumer Protection Office, and founded the West Virginia Citizen Action Group (the Mountain State's leading consumer advocacy organization). Early in his career, David also worked for nationally-recognized consumer advocate Ralph Nader. His comprehensive knowledge of the state and federal laws and regulations that protect your interests as a consumer can make the decisive difference in your claim for fraud, deceptive trade practices, or breach of warranty.

If you were the victim of consumer fraud, the compassionate lawyers at The Grubb Law Group want to hear from you. Put our more than 50 years of combined legal experience to work seeking justice for you. Contact us for a free consultation.

We Can Help You Identify Instances Of Consumer Fraud

Because of our extensive experience handling a wide variety of consumer protection cases, we can easily handle claims relating to consumer fraud, and we can quickly determine when damages are owed to consumers. We've handled cases concerning:

  • Vehicles sold to consumers with previous damage that was not disclosed
  • Building defects that were not disclosed prior to the sale of a house or manufactured home
  • Consumer goods or services offered using deceptive or misleading advertising
  • Lemon Law violations
  • Unsafe, defective or hazardous consumer goods where the danger was not disclosed to the public
  • Breach of warranty claims related to goods such as motor vehicles, appliances, recreation vehicles, all terrain vehicles, farm equipment or manufactured homes
  • Counterfeit consumer goods presented to consumers as the trademarked product
  • Breach of contract concerning agreed upon services
  • Deceptive conduct of home contractors
  • Creditor harassment and other unfair debt collection practices
  • Deceptive credit practices concerning credit sales and home mortgages

At The Grubb Law Group, we have considerable experience dealing with businesses and manufacturers who have taken advantage of consumers' trust to partake in fraudulent acts. We have represented individuals as well as groups of class actions members who have sought to recover damages caused by deceptive practices. We pride ourselves on the success we have had in the past holding businesses and manufacturers accountable for their misdeeds.

We Are Here To Listen And Help

West Virginia has a comprehensive consumer protection law — the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act — that prohibits businesses from committing unfair or deceptive acts in consumer transactions. This law is a powerful weapon for consumers who have been the victims of abusive and fraudulent practices.

Importantly, both state and federal consumer protection laws provide for an award of attorney's fees if the lawsuit is successful. That means that our fees will not need to come out of your damages award.

If you believe you were a victim of deceptive trade practices or consumer fraud, contact the law office of The Grubb Law Group, in Charleston, West Virginia. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 304-982-7755 or send us a message online.