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When life gets unfair, It’s time to call Ware

Mississippi Consumer Law Firm

to consistently pay bills?
out and feel like you are financially sinking?
of creditors calling with no light at the end of the tunnel?
and need someone with legal know-how to guide you through?
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How can I help you?

From the beginning of his career, Daniel Ware dedicated himself to helping others get through hard times and became a fearless advocate for those who need a voice. At Ware Law Firm, you can expect advocacy, guidance, and real talk to provide you the best protection afforded to you by the law.

When you need an aggressive litigator to have your back, keep you informed, and get you the best outcomes possible, you can depend on Ware Law Firm

You Need a Mississippi Consumer Protection Lawyer If You…
Have been denied a loan because of an erroneous credit report
Are being tirelessly harassed by creditors
You are not hired because of an inaccurate background screening
You bought a car, but got stuck with a “Lemon”
Time is not on your side
Aggressive Consumer Protection & Litigation
As far as I’m concerned, you’re more than another case number. I see you — the real person behind the problem.
A big advantage of being a solo attorney in a small town is that I can provide my clients with the exclusive time and care they deserve.
I started practicing law in 1998. With over 20 years of experience under my belt, you can rest assured your case is in good hands.
If you need to meet outside of normal business hours, or if your situation prevents you from coming to my office, I’m happy to accommodate you.
What Our Clients Say
Christopher Graves
I think reviews from consumer are important; yet, reviews from other attorneys are just as important, in my opinion. Lawyers know the level of integrity, skill, and value-added of their colleagues. With that being said, Daniel Ware can be summed up in sentence: Daniel Ware is your favorite lawyer's favorite lawyer. If I had a civil, criminal, or bankruptcy matter, Daniel would the lawyer I would call.
Kelvin Beverly
Mr. Ware is a very dependable and committed lawyer. He kept me in the loop of what was going on and most importantly he never stopped fighting for my case. That old saying 'He was A-1 from Day-1." Thanks Mr Ware.
Jennifer Bennett
Daniel Ware is an amazing lawyer; very professional and committed. This has been stated over and over again in the reviews. However, he's more than that. Intelligent, compassionate and empathetic you can trust your concerns will be handled. I could go on, but the fact is I'd trust no one else for my affairs. The Ware Law Firm is all I needed.
Money problems can leave you in fear and desperation

Depressing Hopelessness…

Possible Loss Of Your Home And Property…

Unsure What Comes Next…

We can help.
Money problems can leave you in fear and desperation

Depressing Hopelessness…

Possible Loss Of Your Home And Property…

Unsure What Comes Next…

We can help.
Frequently Asked Questions
Let’s face it — you have questions.
What is consumer protection law?

There are a number of federal and state laws that fall under the umbrella of consumer protection, including the Truth in Advertising Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. These laws prohibit businesses from engaging in certain types of behavior, such as false advertising or using unfair debt collection practices. If a business violates one of these laws, a consumer may be able to file a lawsuit and recover damages.

How do I file a complaint against a business in Mississippi?

To file a complaint against a business in Mississippi, you can fill out a formal complaint form and submit it to the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office. It’s a good idea to meet with a lawyer before submitting any complaints to review and discuss all of the options available.

What does consumer law cover?

Consumer law is a broad area of law that covers many different types of legal issues arising between businesses and consumers. Some common examples of consumer law topics include warranties, product recalls, lemon laws, and truth in advertising.

If you believe that you have been wronged by a business in some way, or if you are having problems getting a refund or exchange for a defective product, consumer law may be able to help you. An experienced consumer law attorney can advise you of your rights under the law and help you get the compensation or relief that you deserve.

What makes a product a lemon?

When a product is defective or doesn’t work as promised, it’s called a lemon. The term comes from the fact that lemons are sour and not really enjoyable to eat. Just like a defective product, they’re not something you want.

There are a few different things that can make a product a lemon. First, it might not work at all. This could be because of a manufacturing error or because the design is flawed. Second, it might not work properly. This could be because it breaks down often, doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do, or just doesn’t meet your expectations. Third, it might have serious defects that make it unsafe to use. These defects could be discovered after you’ve already owned the product for a while.

What can I do if my family and friends are being harassed by my creditors?

If your family and friends are being harassed by creditors, you have a few options. You can contact the creditor directly and ask them to stop contacting your loved ones. You can also send a cease and desist letter, which is a formal request that the creditor stops all communication with you. If the harassment doesn’t stop, you can file a complaint with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau or take legal action against the creditor.

Which type of bankruptcy is best for me?

The best type of bankruptcy for you depends on your specific financial situation.

If you have a lot of debt and not much income, Chapter 7 bankruptcy might be the best option. With Chapter 7 bankruptcy, most of your debt will be forgiven. However, you will likely have to sell most of your assets and may have to give up some of your income.

If you have a lot of debt but still enough income to make regular payments, Chapter 13 bankruptcy might be a better option. With Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will enter into a repayment plan that lasts for three or five years. At the end of the repayment plan, any remaining debt will be forgiven.

Ultimately, the best type of bankruptcy for you depends on your unique financial situation. Talk to a bankruptcy lawyer in your area to find out more about which option would be best for you.

Do I need a lawyer for a personal injury claim?

It is never a bad idea to have a lawyer, especially when dealing with insurance companies. If you have been injured in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

However, insurance companies are often reluctant to pay out on claims, and they may try to lowball you or deny your claim entirely. An experienced personal injury lawyer can help you navigate the claims process and ensure that you get the full compensation you deserve.

How does the lemon law work in Mississippi?

Under the Mississippi Lemon Law, if your new car has a serious defect that can’t be fixed after a reasonable number of attempts, the manufacturer must buy it back or replace it.

To be eligible for a lemon law buyback or replacement, your car must still be covered under its original factory warranty. If you’re no longer covered, you may still be eligible for compensation under the Mississippi Consumer Protection Act.

If you think you have a lemon in Mississippi, you should reach out to an experienced lemon law attorney to discuss your situation.

What rights do consumers have?

Consumers have a number of rights, some of which are enumerated in the Consumer Bill of Rights, which is a document that was created by the Federal Trade Commission. Some of these rights include the right to be informed, the right to choose, and the right to be treated fairly. Being informed means that consumers have a right to know what they’re buying and to understand the terms and conditions of any contract they enter into. Choosing means that consumers have a right to select from among competitively priced products and services that meet their needs. Being treated fairly means that businesses should not take advantage of consumers through deceptive or unfair practices.

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