Consumer Class Actions

Consumer Fraud

Consumer fraud is the sale of products or services that do not perform as advertised or are different than they were represented to be. Federal and state laws protect consumers from false or deceptive advertising (including false or untrue statements, or failure to disclose necessary information), and from unfair or hidden charges and fees.

ROCK Law’s attorneys have been protecting California consumers from consumer fraud for more than 30 years, and have secured compensation for victims of Ponzi schemes, false advertising, hidden fees, and bogus services in California and across the United States.

If you have been a victim of consumer fraud, contact us to discuss your case.

Defective Products

California law provides consumers with powerful remedies when products do not work, are unreasonably dangerous, or do not live up to what a company has said about them. For more than 30 years, ROCK Law’s attorneys have successfully represented automobile owners with defective cars, homeowners whose homes were damaged by defective building materials, and purchasers of all kinds of consumer products, including automobiles, personal computers, household wares, etc.

Our successes include:

  • Keilholtz et al. v. Superior Fireplace Company, and Rotandi v. Miles Industries, Ltd, two nationally-certified class actions of over 525,000 owners of allegedly dangerous glass pane gas fireplaces where ROCK attorneys obtained safety screens to protect children, pets, and homeowners from burns.
  • Gorden v. Baby Bjorn, a class action concerning the safety of an early model of the popular Baby Bjorn baby carriers.
  • Chamberlan v. Ford Motor Company, a class action involving defective intake manifolds that generated four published opinions, including one by the Ninth Circuit, and settled one court day before the class trial.
  • Banks v Nissan, a class action in which ROCK Law obtained class certification and negotiated a settlement on behalf of owners of Nissan cars with allegedly dangerously defective brakes.

If you have purchased a product that later turned out to be defective, contact us here to discuss your case.

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