We Can Help You Obtain the Money Owed to You
Attorney Ray Kerlick talks about the consumer law help we can give you in demanding money owed you, and we can provide you with that help on a very reasonable flat-fee basis. Call us at 800-929-1725 for an appointment.
Summary of the Consumer Law Help Video
– – Hi this is Ray Kerlick from Wadler, Perches, Hundl and Kerlick and I’m here in our Fulshear office. Have you had a problem or a complaint that involves a business that you’ve dealt with? Perhaps it’s a car dealership, perhaps it’s a garage. Maybe it’s someone that you’ve hired to help you do some services, and they haven’t gotten done. This is the kind of consumer law matter that we can help you with, and we can do so on a flat fee basis.
We regularly put together demand letters, and a demand letter is essentially a demand letter that comes from an attorney’s office on attorney letterhead. The letter will request that this person resolve this matter or face a possible lawsuit. We can also give you a flat fee on pursuing a small claims case against a small business.
Now a lot of times people will say can’t I do that myself, and the answer is of course you can. Our experience is that the demand letter is more effective coming from a lawyer’s office. What’s more I think if you contact us you’ll find out that our flat rates are going to be consistent with the amount of time and effort that you’re going to spend drafting a demand letter yourself, except that you’ll have an experienced attorney standing by your side when you go to get this matter resolved.
Please call us at 800-929-1725 if you’ve got a consumer law complaint, we’re happy to help.
Convenient Offices in Fort Bend County and Wharton County
We have offices in Fulshear and Richmond in Fort Bend County and in Wharton and El Campo in Wharton County. You can schedule an appointment at any of our offices by calling 800-929-1725.
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