What Steps Do I Need To Take If I Want To Sue A Telemarketing Company?

What steps do I need to take if I want to sue a telemarketing company? Attorney Michael Ziegler explains that. If a person feels that they have experienced a violation of these cell phone privacy laws, they should first contact an attorney who focuses on these laws.

This might sound self-serving, but the truth is that these are complicated legal areas and the companies who violate these laws are savvy in terms of what they can and cannot do. They also know how to protect themselves in the event that they violate the law.

If a consumer risks pursuing a case like this on their own, they should be mindful of the proverb that 100% of nothing is nothing. Given the sophistication of the defendants, they would be well served to have experienced counsel. Any case worth filing is a case worth having an attorney on.

So, if there are fewer than 10 calls and if it’s not a case that qualifies for having an attorney, it probably shouldn’t be filed. If there are only one, two, or three calls, then admittedly it could be hard to find an attorney that would take that case. This is because the damages just don’t warrant litigation. In that case, it isn’t worth the risk for someone to file that case without an attorney.

It should be emphasized that even if someone has an existing relationship with a company, whether it’s their credit card company or their mortgage company, they can still, at least within our jurisdiction, tell that company that they no longer want to be called on their cell phone, and the law says that that request has to be honored.

Contact Attorney Michael Ziegler in Florida for a free case evaluation today. He founded his law firm on the principles of professional quality and personal care.

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