Fighting For You
Denver Consumer Law Attorneys
Our focus is simple – helping our clients win their case and get their life back on track
Matthew R. Osborne, PC
One of the only law firms in Denver focusing strictly on consumer law.
Our firm uses the power of Colorado consumer protection law to aid our clients in matters related to credit, employment, fraud, and identity theft. We know and understand the legal tactics used by insurance, mortgage, and debt collection companies, and we put that knowledge to use to win cases for our clients.
The team at Matthew R. Osborne has helped clients from Northglenn to Aurora, from Parker to Morrison and back again. We are the Mile High City’s go-to resource for legal representation in consumer rights cases, and we’re ready to start fighting for you, today.
Our Legal Services
Wherever consumer rights need to be defended in the state of Colorado, we are there. The attorneys at Matthew R. Osborne, PC offer expert legal representation in cases involving:
We’re Here to Help
We realize that navigating a complicated legal case on your own can be confusing. You want to know that you’re making the best decisions possible. However, without a proven legal professional by your side, your chances of a favorable outcome are much lower.
For the legal defense or representation you need to win, you need more than luck and hope.
You need Matthew R. Osborne, PC.
Why Work with Us?
Most of our clients approach us once they realize they’re in over their heads in a legal dispute. In many cases, our clients know they’ve been done an injustice, but they don’t know how to do or say the right things in court to prove it, which is completely understandable.
At Matthew R. Osborne, PC, we take the time to learn the unique story of each of our clients. Also, unlike other firms, we actively communicate the details of any and all developments in the cases we manage, so our clients are never left wondering about the status of their case.
Need another reason to work with us? In many cases, we’re able to take your case on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no attorney fees upfront, and we only get paid if we recover money for you.
We are consumer law experts who work hard every day to realize the best possible outcome for our clients. If you have a viable case, we’ll consult with you for free, tell you what your options are, and remain by your side until your case is completely resolved. That’s the Matthew R. Osborne, PC difference.
To get started, contact us today by calling (303) 759-7018.
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Frequently Asked Questions
In most cases, if we are able to take on your case, our fees will be a contingency, which means we only get paid if we win your trial or get a settlement in your favor. However, there are some cases that we can only handle on an hourly basis or flat rate fee.
Arbitrations and state county court cases generally take 5-7 months to get to trial, state district court cases take about 1 year to get to trial, and federal court cases average about 2 years to get to trial.
Only if the information on your credit report is false, inaccurate, or misleading. However, we cannot help you get legitimately false information off your reports. So if you really paid that bill late, we can’t remove late payments that are accurately reported.
There are some occasions when you can sue a credit bureau without disputing first; however, you must dispute the information with the credit bureaus before you can sue the company that reported the false information to the credit bureaus. It never hurts to dispute information in any event with the hopes that it will resolve the matter and you won’t end up needing a lawyer. But if they refuse to fix it after you dispute, then we are happy to help out. Unfortunately, for most people, the dispute process is not successful as the credit bureaus and data furnishers generally just rubber stamp the previous reporting. It is very common after you dispute to receive a notice from the credit bureaus claiming to have “verified” the information you disputed.
No, but a similar statute called the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act may apply if the dealership provided you with a warranty or entered into a service contract with you.
Generally, this is where the insurance company wrongfully denied insurance coverage. Common examples include low-balling you on the value of insurance benefits, calling a short-term water leak a long term water leak in order to deny the claim, denying the claim without any evidence to support the denial, calling hail damage ordinary wear and tear, trying to reduce the scope of the job covered by insurance, and trying to trick you into using the insurance company’s “preferred vendors” to do the repairs on the cheap for the benefit of the insurance company.