What Texans Need To Know About The DTPA?

The Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Consumer Protection Act stands apart from the uniform code that many states follow. Our law is specific for the needs of Texans. As a firm dedicated to our clients' consumer rights, we want to help you come to an understanding of exactly what the law forbids.

At the Yale Law Group of Denton, Texas, our 25 years of litigation experience and no-nonsense advice give our clients the edge they need. Do not let anyone get the better of you through manipulation. Deceptive companies will be held accountable for violating your trust. We will make sure of it.

What Are Deceptive Practices?

Deceptive trade practices are, quite simply, the lies told by sellers. You want to be able to trust the products you buy and this law seeks to protect that. However, some vendors can be unscrupulous, and you should be on the lookout for such deceptions as:

  • A bait and switch: where a customer is lured into a store with a promise of a low price, but it is not there.
  • Odometer meddling: the mileage on a automobile can mean of thousands in repairs and car life, and altering that one fact changes the math on a vehicle monumentally.
  • False advertising: Out and out lies about a product or a competitor are clear violations. This could be a lie about how well a vacuum works, to the state of a rival store's bathroom.

When you are the victim of deceptive practices, it can seem like you have no recourse at all. However, the times of buyer beware are behind us. You should not have to suffer for someone else's lies.

Protecting Consumer Rights

Lead attorney Roger Yale is a board-certified civil law specialist, and he guides our team to build a case to get you the compensation you deserve. Call us today to get the ball rolling and stop anyone from taking advantage of you. Our number is 940-222-8025, or you can use our online form to schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers.