Did Someone Illegally Access Your Minnesota Driver’s License Information?
Has your privacy been invaded by someone’s illegal access to your personal records via your Minnesota driver’s license?
A prime example of this unjust treatment is the recent case of a former police officer whose records were examined by local law enforcement officers who had no business accessing them. The plaintiff has brought legal action; millions of dollars may change hands as a result. If you suspect that this kind of invasion of privacy has happened to you after an identity theft or violation of the Minnesota Driver’s Privacy Protection Act (DPPA), the Consumer Justice Center in Vadnais Heights can help.
During his more than 15 years of practice, consumer advocate Tommy Lyons and the CJC have been aggressive, compassionate champions of the underdog – any client defrauded by financial institutions or wronged by an invasion of privacy, as well as groups of people who have suffered unjust treatment and want to pursue a class action lawsuit.
Those personal and professional commitments are as important to us today as when our consumer law offices were founded.
Illegally Obtained Vehicle Records Attorney Serving Minneapolis And St. Paul
The legal action you bring against a person or institution that has accessed your records can be an individual suit or a class action. Regardless of the option you choose, the CJC gives you the facts you need and options you should be aware of to make sound decisions. Our clients value our innovative legal services and personal attention as much as they do our years of experience and proven expertise.
We deliver those services on a contingency fee basis. You owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.
You Have A Limited Time To File Your Claim. Call Now.
You have a limited time to file your claim for DPPA violations. Do not lose your chance to recover. Schedule a complimentary confidential consultation with attorney Tommy Lyons to discuss your options for bringing a claim under the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act (DPPA). If information contained on your driver’s license has been used against you, we can help.
While we are based in Minnesota, we represent clients throughout the Upper Midwest, including Wisconsin. Contact the CJC online or by calling toll free – 800-556-6752. We will respond promptly to your email message.