Protecting Your Rights Under The Truth In Lending Act

The Truth in Lending Act (TILA) ensures that consumers receive the most accurate information about financial terms when they enter into a credit or finance transaction. By law, you are entitled to certain disclosures in writing regarding the terms of a credit transaction.

Call Martin & Bontrager, APC, in Los Angeles at 323-940-1700 for a free consultation. We help people obtain relief from who have had their TILA rights violated.

This important law is designed to preserve consumer’s rights in transactions such as:

  • Car purchases
  • Home purchases
  • Private student loans
  • Payday loans
  • Credit card transactions
  • Refinancing and lines of credit

Under TILA, companies are required to disclose things like interest rates, fees, and other terms and agreements. However, some companies violate the law, and our team at Martin & Bontrager, APC, is here to get justice for their victims. If you have been abused or have suffered financially because a lender failed to disclose important information, you may be eligible to recover damages, plus legal fees in some cases.

We are proud to be one of top consumer rights law firms in California, and our team of experienced and savvy attorneys will work diligently to get you the best possible outcome in your case. For companies that violate the TILA, we seek the maximum compensation under the law, and we only take our fees from the winnings, never from your pocket.

How Can We Help

Some car dealers, payday lenders, and credit card companies like to prey on vulnerable customers, but Martin & Bontrager, APC is here to take them to task. If you feel like you’ve been victimized by a financial lender, get in touch with us to discuss your case. We serve consumers in a variety of states, and consultations are always free.

Call 323-940-1700 or contact us online to get started! 

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