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Experience has shown that dangerous products can injure consumers, inadequate corporate and computer security can allow customer privacy to be breached, and even a savvy consumer can fall victim to fraud. When companies fail in their duty to protect their customers, someone must step in.
Weitz & Luxenberg, a nationally recognized law firm, does just that. As a legal powerhouse of 500 attorneys, paralegals, and support staff members, we get clients the fairest compensation possible and hold companies accountable for their misdeeds.
Robin L. Greenwald has dedicated much of her 35-year law career to investigations of corporate wrongdoing. She seeks just compensation for consumers who suffer harm because of dangerous products, have their privacy breached by inadequate corporate security, or are hurt physically or financially by other corporate misdeeds. Ms. Greenwald has had great success in her efforts to get justice for her clients. Get In Contact >
Each year, thousands of injuries in the U.S can be traced back to defective or dangerous products. Such products can lead to serious personal injury or wrongful death, causing significant pain and suffering. Types of product defects include:
A design defect is when there is something in the way a product was created — an inherent flaw — that makes the product unreasonably dangerous to the consumer.
A manufacturing defect is when a product departs from its intended design when it’s being made. Even a seemingly well-designed product can injure consumers if it’s improperly manufactured.
Marketing defects are flaws in the way a product is marketed, such as improper labeling, insufficient instructions, or inadequate safety warnings.
A data breach may leave you with a stolen identity. Thieves could open credit card accounts, sign up for cell phones, use your medical insurance, or cause you financial harm. Our firm provides legal support to victims whose sensitive information was stolen. Companies that have acknowledged data breaches include:
Consumer fraud can affect even the savviest customer. Anyone can fall victim to fraud, such as unreasonable medication price hikes or life insurance policy denial. Other fraud cases include:
Don’t settle when you’re faced with consumer fraud. Weitz & Luxenberg is here to fight for you. Call us today if you’ve been victimized by consumer fraud.
Weitz & Luxenberg has three decades of success handling consumer protection cases. Over the years, we’ve helped to secure significant compensation for our clients.*
verdict against an industrial products manufacturer.
settlement with a Fortune 500 company in a consumer-fraud class action lawsuit.
settlement with Volkswagen in an emissions class action.
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* While our past record doesn’t guarantee future success, it is something you may want to consider when evaluating our experience.