CONSUMER PROTECTION

YOUR TRUSTED CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWYER IN LOUISVILLE, KY

Are you facing consumer-related legal issues? At Winton & Hiestand Law Group, we are your dedicated consumer protection attorney in Louisville, KY, committed to defending the rights of consumers. Our extensive experience makes us the premier choice for resolving matters such as, debt collection violations, fair credit reporting, mortgage foreclosure defence, motor vehicle repossession, and much more.

Our Legal Services

Debt Collection Attorneys

Facing relentless debt collectors can be overwhelming. Our experienced attorneys in Louisville, KY, will help you navigate the complexities of debt collection and protect your rights.

Credit Reporting Disputes

Inaccurate credit reporting can have a detrimental impact on your financial well-being. We’ll work to correct errors and ensure your credit report reflects accurate information.

Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Attorneys

Facing the threat of mortgage foreclosure can be devastating. Our legal team will work to defend your home and explore options to keep it.

Car Repossession

Many people whose vehicles have been repossessed believe they do not have any rights because they fell behind in the payments. Even if you defaulted on your auto loan, you still may have certain rights in the vehicle under the law. We can help.

Don’t navigate the complex world of consumer law alone. Contact Winton & Hiestand Law Group, your trusted partner in protecting the rights of consumers. Our experienced attorneys provide the legal expertise you need to address consumer-related challenges effectively.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Is there a charge for an initial consultation with a consumer protection lawyer?

No, at Winton & Hiestand Law Group, we offer a free consultation to assess your case and discuss your concerns.

What should I bring to my first meeting with a consumer protection lawyer?

When meeting with our consumer protection attorney, it’s helpful to bring any documentation related to your case, such as contracts, correspondence, receipts, and evidence of consumer fraud.