Port Arthur Consumer Protection Lawyer, Texas


Includes: Warranties, Recreational Products

Christopher T. Kirchmer

Litigation, Consumer Protection, Products Liability, Personal Injury
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Edward Fisher

Consumer Protection, Toxic Mold & Tort, Products Liability, Accident & Injury
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John M. Lane

Consumer Protection, Contract, Personal Injury, Premises Liability
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Kendall Cockrell

Wills & Probate, Personal Injury, Consumer Protection
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Kirk E. Martin

Employment, Family Law, Consumer Protection, Personal Injury
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

LOTTERY COM'N v. STATE BANK OF DeQUEEN

... judgment on the bases that: (1) the Commission has sovereign immunity from suit, thus the appeal and suit should be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction; (2) under the UCC, conflicts should be resolved in favor of the Lottery Act because the act is a consumer protection law; and (3 ...

Richardson v. Foster & Sear, LLP

... As a prerequisite to filing a suit seeking damages under Subdivision (1) of Subsection (b) of Section 17.50 of this subchapter against any person, a consumer shall give written notice to the person at least 60 days before filing the suit advising the person in reasonable detail of ...

State v. PUBLIC UTILITY COM'S OF TEXAS

The STATE of Texas, appearing by and through the Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Protection and Public Health Division, Public Agency Representation Section; Cities of Dickinson, Friendswood, La Marque, League City, Lewisville and Texas City; Texas-New ...