Practice Areas

Consumer Law

Consumer laws protect individuals who purchase consumer goods or services. (Related: What is Consumer Law?). Some of the most common consumer case areas are identified below. You can also read examples of real cases.

Lemon Law

Idaho Lemon Laws generally apply to new car purchases. In brief, the Lemon Law requires a manufacturer or dealer to repair non-conformities (ie: defects) in new vehicles. Learn More >>

Used Car Sales

Used car dealers try to get away with a lot of tricks of the trade to get you to buy a car. Some of these tricks are unlawful.
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Debt Defense

There are a number of state and federal laws that protect debtors from unscrupulous debt collectors. Plus, you may have legal defenses to a debt claim that you may not have considered.

Contractor Disputes

Idaho lacks protections for homeowners that many other states provide. This leaves consumers vulnerable to construction fraud. 
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Tenant Rights

Landlords want to make the most from their “investment property” and sometimes overlook a tenant’s rights–from quiet enjoyment to return of the deposit.

General Litigation

Regardless of the industry, businesses should (and are legally obligated to) treat people fairly and lawfully. Where that does not happen, you may be able to seek relief from the courts.

Do you have a case?

If you would like to discuss you situation with an attorney, there are two ways to get in touch. You can submit a case review online or schedule a free consultation