In this interesting and informative video, Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq., of Hanlon Niemann and Wright, a New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act law firm discusses with his viewers the time limitations under New Jersey Law for bringing a case involving the Consumer Fraud Act.
In New Jersey, a six year Statute of Limitations generally applies meaning a law suit must be filed within six years of when a person knows or should have known of the deceptive and fraudulent offense or unconscionable business practice. Mr. Niemann discusses the circumstances under which the Statute of Limitations may be shortened from the six year time period referenced in the law.
A must watch video for consumers who are contemplating bringing a legal action for a violation of the law and the time limits they have before their legal claim is barred by the Courts. Mr. Niemann invites his readers as well as viewers of this video to contact him at email@example.com or call toll free at 855-376-5291.
By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq., a NJ Consumer Fraud Attorney.