You Have Protections And Rights As A Consumer

Massachusetts offers both business and individual consumers vast protections against businesses that employ unfair and deceptive acts. If a business, retailer or vendor has treated you unfairly, attorney Richard Mucci will help you remedy the problem and ensure that you are appropriately compensated.

What You Need To Know: Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 93A

These laws provide Middlesex County and Woburn County consumers with protections against dishonest businesses and retailers. If the business's unscrupulous acts were knowing and willful, then the consumer may be entitled to triple damages and compensation for attorney's fees. Chapter 93A has very specific procedural requirements depending on whether you are an individual or a business.

Cases must be evaluated on an individual basis, but acts that may qualify as a violation of G.L. c. 93A include:

  • Misrepresentations of product or service
  • False advertising
  • Failure to disclose material facts
  • Violations of the Massachusetts state building code
  • Fraud or scams
  • Fraudulent inducement
  • Breach of warranty actions

Richard Mucci has a proven record of helping both business and individual consumers recover damages from dishonest businesses and retailers. The process often begins with a demand letter that sets in motion the resolution process.

He employs an aggressive litigation strategy tailored to the client's specific case. If you have been treated unfairly, he can help you determine your options and devise an effective and cost-efficient recourse.

Unsure If An Act Was Deceptive? We Can Discuss The Situation.

Contact lawyer Richard Mucci online or call us today at 781-369-9222 if you are a business or individual consumer who was the victim of unfair and deceptive business practices. We'll schedule an initial consultation in our Winchester, Massachusetts, office.