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The Law Firm of Sadlowski & Besse L.L.C. is the legal office to turn to if you feel the advice of a Cincinnati, OH, lawyer might benefit you. We want to help you find a solution to your challenge, and we'll work hard for your interests by giving you local representation in all stages of the legal process.
Your life can be negatively affected when your rights have been violated, and an attorney from our conveniently located firm will advocate for you. Through representation in court, negotiations, and mediation, we'll do our best to pursue justice and protect your rights. Our services can be used for cases involving:
• Employment law
• Consumer protection
• Landlord and tenant issues
• Product liability
With assistance from a Cincinnati, OH, lawyer at The Law Firm of Sadlowski & Besse L.L.C., you'll have access to the legal support you need. Give us a call today to schedule a confidential meeting with an attorney, and we'll review the details of your case.
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Have you been tricked by false advertising? Fraudulent business practices? A bait-and-switch operation? Don’t go it alone. If you’ve been the victim of deceptive or unscrupulous business practices, you need help from a skilled, results-driven attorney. That’s where we come in. At The Law Firm of Sadlowski & Besse L.L.C., we hold businesses accountable for what they say and do. When consumers’ rights are violated, we help them stand up for those rights.
There is a growing trend throughout the country of consumers who cannot get the credit bureaus to remove errors on their credit reports. Consumers are basically stuck with two options: (1) accept the errors, or (2) hire an attorney to file a lawsuit under the Fair Credit Reporting Act against the credit bureaus. The most common errors involve a “mixed file” as they are known in the credit industry. Mixed files most frequently involve people who share common names with individuals who have similar Social Security numbers, birth dates or addresses. Files often become mixed because of the computer programs that the credit bureaus use to match credit data to a specific consumer’s credit report. The programs allow credit data, such as a late payment on a credit card or a bankruptcy judgment, to be inserted into the wrong consumer’s file. For example, a bankruptcy judgment against John Smith, Sr. is erroneously applied to the credit report of John Smith, Jr.
The credit bureaus’ process for addressing mixed files is largely automated, with the credit bureaus often outsourcing disputes daily to workers overseas who are unable to correct a mixed file credit report. Unfortunately, consumers often will be denied credit (such as a mortgage or car loan application) or a job as a result of a mistake on the credit report.
Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), consumers have rights that protect them from illegal debt collection practices. If a creditor violates your rights by engaging in illegal debt collection tactics, it is considered creditor harassment, and the creditor can face significant legal consequences.
A variety of state and federal laws prohibit discrimination on various grounds, including age, sex, race, religion, disability and national origin. These laws prohibit employment discrimination, housing discrimination, discrimination by educational institutions and discrimination in the provision of public accommodations. If you believe that your civil rights have been violated by discriminatory actions, you should consult with a discrimination law attorney.
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