The Preller Law Firm is dedicated to protecting the rights of consumers throughout Maryland. We have litigated numerous cases against businesses, both large and small, and have recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars wrongfully taken from consumers.
Examples of our successes include:
Success in Lemon Law cases
- CPA and Lemon law case involving a client who purchased a new Jaguar that had to be serviced numerous times during the first 15 months of ownership. Jaguar repurchased the vehicle, refunded the entire purchase price and paid client’s attorney’s fees and costs.
- CPA and Lemon Law case against car dealership that sold a used car claiming it was new. Dealership paid the full amount of the difference in value plus client’s full attorney’s fees and costs.
- CPA case against used car dealership that sold a used vehicle with a fraudulent inspection certificate, and where the vehicle was dangerous to drive. Dealership refunded the full purchase price.
- Represented consumer against his insurer where the insurer wrongfully raised the premium and then threatened to cancel coverage. Insurer reinstated coverage, returned the portion of the premium that was wrongfully charged and paid client’s full attorney’s fees and costs.
- Fair Credit Reporting Act case against a credit card company and credit reporting agency that wrongfully reported negative information on consumer’s credit. Credit reporting agency removed the negative information and paid client’s full attorney’s fees and costs.
- CPA and fraud case against appraiser, bank and real estate agent who conspired to submit a fraudulent certificate that FHA work had been completed prior to closing. Case is pending.
- CPA case against Investools (an online investment seminar provider) that charged a consumer without providing the stock investment seminar. Investools refunded the full purchase price.
- CPA and Lemon law case against car dealership that failed to disclose that a vehicle was in a major accident. Case is pending.
- CPA and Dept Collection Act case against dealership that attempted to enforce an illegal promissory note against consumer. Dealership ceased collection activities.
- Debt collection act case against attorney who wrongfully threatened a lien against a consumer’s property. Attorney’s claim for a lien was dismissed as violative of the Debt Collection Act.
- CPA claim against internet seminar provider (on how to purchase and collect judgments) that failed to provide the seminar.
- CPA and fraud case against a tow truck company and auctioneer for fraud. Vehicle was returned.
Success in Longshoreman/Maritime Law cases
Our verdicts and settlements have recovered millions for our clients. The most cost effective approach to a successful business involves practical planning and sensible solutions through the identification of important information and details. Call us today to find out how we can help you and your small business (410) 539-0042.