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Our legal team’s 12-year track recordspeaks for itself. We’ve helped more than 25,000 individual consumersrecover more than $50 million.We are impassioned lawyers inspired by the hard-working people we meet every day. We don’t represent big banks. We don’t represent collection agencies. We don’t represent car manufacturers and insurance companies. We go to court for you— regular Americans who can’t fight the system on their own and turn to us to advocate on their behalf.

Compensation for Faulty Airbags

Hundreds of thousands of consumers may have claims against Ford for faulty Takata airbag inflators. The airbags can cause serious injury and reduce the trade-in value of your car.

Appellate Court Rules in Our Favor

The [Fair Debt Collection Practices Act] is a consumer protection statute and was intended to permit, even encourage, attorneys like Lemberg to act as private attorneys general to pursue FDCPA claims.

U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Court decision in Evon v. Law Offices of Sidney Mikell

Lemberg Law represents consumers nationwide in debt collection abuse, telephone harassment, lemon law, auto fraud, personal injury, wage overtimeand class actioncases. We have helped more than 25,000 consumers recover more than $50 million. Could your case be next?

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Harris & Harris Collections Complaints. Stop the Calls

What is Harris & Harris? Harris & Harris Ltd is a debt collection agency that started operations in 1968 and employs countless debt collectors to collect health care, government, and utility debt. They provide skip tracing services as part of the collections process and as a standalone company, meaning that firms can use their skip […]

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Lemberg Law Sues General Motors for Injuries from a Self-Driving Car

WILTON, CT – JANUARY 23, 2018 – Consumer law firm Lemberg Law has filed suit against General Motors for negligence in a crash involving a motorcyclist and a GM self-driving car. The filing, Nilsson v. General Motors, notes that Mr. Nilsson was riding his motorcycle behind a self-driving Chevrolet Bolt when the driver “commanded the […]

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Note to Autonomous Vehicle Manufacturers: Safety First

Driverless cars will zip and hum on America’s streets sooner than you may realize. At least 18 automakers, including companies like Ford, GM, Toyota, and Tesla, have invested millions of dollars into autonomous vehicle (AV) research. Test vehicles currently operate in Pittsburgh and Phoenix, and it won’t be long before a fleet of driverless rideshare […]

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