Minnesota Invasion Of Privacy Lawyer

Has an unscrupulous person, computer hacker, merchant, business or government agency gained illegal access to your personal information?

In Minnesota, regionally and nationally, Tommy Lyons of the Consumer Justice Center is the experienced lawyer who can help you with many credit issues caused by an inaccurate credit report, identity theft or invasion of privacy.

Common Privacy Breaches

Invasion of privacy takes several forms. Whether deliberate or inadvertent, these breaches can significantly impact your life. Common privacy breaches include:

Driver's Privacy Protection Act — Your Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) records contain detailed information about you, including your address and birthday. The DPPA was created to protect that information from being disclosed or used improperly.

Electronic Funds Transfer Act — The EFTA was created to provide protection to consumers who use debit cards, credit cards, wire transfers and other electronic means to transfer money. We hold companies accountable for unauthorized withdrawals of money under the EFTA.

Fair Credit Reporting Act — Your credit report contains valuable details of your personal life and financial dealings. It may not be disclosed to anyone without your permission. The FCRA was enacted to ensure that you have legal protection from unlawful disclosures and the damage they could cause.

At the CJC, our attorney will work directly with you and give you the legal advice you need to make wise decisions. Contact the CJC today to arrange a free and confidential initial consultation.

Tommy Lyons and the CJC have been dedicated to achieving justice for people like you since 1996. We bring every ounce of experience, expertise, efficiency and innovative legal services to your side throughout the process.

Tommy Lyons Of The Consumer Justice Center — Experienced Consumer Rights Attorney Serving Minneapolis And St. Paul

One common form of invasion of privacy has to do with credit card receipts. Businesses are legally prevented from printing your expiration date or more than the last five digits of your credit card number on credit card receipts. A merchant's failure to abide by this law means you may be entitled to substantial statutory damages.

Has your personal information fallen into the wrong hands? For a free consultation with Minnesota attorney Tommy Lyons to discuss your invasion of privacy issues, contact us. Call toll free — 800-556-6752. We welcome your email message.