Massachusetts, like many other states, has a statute that specifically enables the Attorney General and consumers to take legal action against unfair or deceptive conduct in the marketplace. The statute, Massachusetts General Law Chapter 93A, is referred to as the Consumer Protection Act. The law provides for actions by the Attorney General or by individuals.
The Attorney General can investigate and take action against businesses that engage in unfair or deceptive conduct, and prosecute a consumer protection case in the public interest. Because the Attorney General does not have the resources to prosecute every consumer protection violation, the law also provides for private lawsuits.
At the law offices of Jenny H. Guirado P.C. our experienced attorneys will guide you through the process of filling a 93a claim claim, from initial letters, to negotiations and case settlements.
Clients looking for a dedicated and experienced attorney should call our office for a free consultation: (617)-983-0010 (Boston) (978)-655-8100 (Lawrence).