Q: Can anyone recommend a really good attorney that handles Consumer Fraud, specifically banking fraud.
My mortgage company gave me such a hard time in trying to get a modification. I lost my primary residence because of it. "They couldn't get the numbers to work." I moved into my rental property with the same issue, getting a modification approved.
I gave up. Nine months after giving up, the stress was to much, I received an APPROVED modification in the mail! I had NO JOB, did not apply for a modification for the last nine months and I personally find this to be proof that they sabotaged me and caused me financial hardship. All this when I was dealing with a cancer diagnosis. Can anyone recommend a good consumer fraud/banking attorney. I know I have a unique and VERY GOOD case against my mortgage company.
A: Based on the information in your question you may have a cause of action for violation of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (which provides for triple economic damages plus payment of the consumer's attorneys' fees and costs), as well as common law fraud claims which would be a basis to seek punitive damages if the defendant's conduct can be proven to be sufficiently egregious. Attorneys on this type of forum are not permitted to recommend specific attorneys or themselves.
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