Nicholson Revell LLP of Augusta has experienced major successes in class action consumer protection suits. Whether serving as lead or liaison counsel, we have protected consumers and assisted injured individuals in recovering millions of dollars from hospitals, large corporations, and insurance companies. Our attorneys are known nationwide for their expertise in managing the complexities of class action suits, as well as their ability to successfully manage high-profile, complex civil litigation in both state and federal courts.
HOW MUCH DOES AN AUGUSTA CONSUMER PROTECTION ATTORNEY COST?
Class action suits can be very expensive. You need a legal firm that has the financial clout to take on larger entities on your behalf and win. Nicholson Revell has the financial resources necessary to invest in these cases and go toe-to-toe with corporate giants. The money we invest allows us to obtain optimal monetary awards for you and protect your rights the right way.
UNSOLICITED FAX ADVERTISEMENTS
Unsolicited fax ads can be a legal minefield. While the law prohibits the sending of specific unsolicited ads and junk faxes, it does not prohibit sending junk mail like flyers, requests for donations, or free samples. There is even a loophole to this law, making it legal to send unsolicited faxes if a previous business relationship existed between the sender and the recipient.
To navigate these legal complexities and stop unsolicited fax ads from coming to your business, you need an Augusta personal injury lawyer to represent you. You need Nicholson Revell LLP.
Our firm has been leaders in fax litigation in the Augusta area for decades. Our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to identify junk fax senders and craft a demand letter seeking an immediate halt on your behalf. If the fax ads continue, we can then begin the process of obtaining damages for you as provided by the Junk Fax Law.
In the past, our firm obtained the largest payout in the United States in a class action junk fax case. Our attorney, Harry D. Revell, tried the case before a jury, winning an initial judgment of $12 million in Richmond County Superior Court.