The ongoing financial-sector meltdown has brought to light the greed and lack of regulation on Wall Street. While CEOs and the management teams of various brokerage firms have received millions upon millions of dollars in compensation over the last several years, nearly 7.3 million Americans are expected to default on their home loans between 2008 and 2010.
While the act of being in default does not mean that a consumer was necessarily a victim of fraudulent behavior, the real estate boom and subsequent real estate bust has brought unscrupulous behavior on the part of some banks and other lenders including:
Our consumer fraud attorneys welcome Consumer Fraud and Consumer Class Action cases and relish the opportunity to expose and penalize the people and companies that willfully deceive consumers, especially in this financial crisis. Our lawyers have experience in Consumer Fraud cases including mortgage fraud and are also experienced as Lead Counsel in Class Action cases.If you suspect that you were the victim of mortgage fraud, do not hesitate to contact us or call us at 407-838-2000. We are here to help.