Consumer disputes may involve legal letters, mediation or even court action. A legal expert will advise on the validity of your case and help you achieve a satisfactory resolution. Here is some basic guidance to help inform your choice of legal service provider.
The law protects your consumer rights when you buy goods and services. Goods must be as described, of satisfactory quality and fit for purpose. Services must be carried out with reasonable care and skill.
If you have purchased faulty goods or have received poor service from someone you have paid for that service, you may be entitled to claim. A legal service provider will be able to give you expert advice about making a claim.
A legal expert will be able to provide detailed information on your consumer rights, as well as demonstrating how they apply to the disputed situation. If a resolution cannot be reached through informal negotiation or the relevant Ombudsman, your legal service provider will also be able to represent you in court.
When choosing a legal service provider you should look to appoint a professional with adequate consumer rights experience. You may wish to consider factors such as location, cost and the size of a firm as well as client reviews and ratings before making your decision.
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Legal service providers typically charge on an hourly rate basis for dealing with consumer dispute matters.
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