When consumers make purchases, they put their trust in businesses and corporations to provide a safe, effective and reliable product or service. When these corporations fail to provide properly functioning products, it impacts your financial situation.
Nothing is more frustrating than buying a new car, truck, motorcycle, or RV that turns out to be a lemon. Fortunately, consumer protection statutes, also known as lemon laws, provide a remedy for people affected by defective motor vehicles.
Employers are required by law to treat employees equally, pay employees a minimum wage, compensate for overtime, provide adequate meal breaks, and ensure that all workers have the right to a safe work environment.