False advertising can involve statements that are either false, or which are misleading because they do not mention important facts one would expect to be told. For example, claiming that a truck has more horsepower than it does, that a food is sugar-free when it actually contains sugar, or not mentioning an important fact, can all be forms of false advertising.
Because false advertising can harm both consumers and competing businesses, false advertising laws have been passed to allow for lawsuits to put an end to a misleading business practice and to reimburse those who were harmed by one.
For over two decades, Gibbs Law Group’s false advertising lawyers have fought false and misleading advertising on the behalf of consumers and small businesses. We have successfully litigated cases involving:
- Deceptive advertising
- Failure to disclose important information
- Bait-and-switch scams
- Misleading labels
- Unfair competition
|$15 million settlement including cash, extended warranties, replacement parts, and store credits for owners of iPods with falsely advertised battery life
|Hyundai & Kia
|$225 in cash and $325 in dealer credits for owners of Kia and Hyundai vehicles with falsely advertised horsepower ratings
|$5 million including cash reimbursements for consumers who purchased chicken falsely advertised as raised without antibiotics
Talk to False Advertising Lawyer
If you purchased a product that you belief was advertised in a false or misleading manner, you may have legal recourse. Call or message us to speak with a consumer protection lawyer, free.