Whitney, LLP – Maryland Attorneys Working for You!
Whitney, LLP’s consumer attorneys represent consumers when things go wrong.
Do you need a lawyer to sue a car dealership after a bad deal or deceptive practices? Did buying a home or condominium go wrong after termites or other hidden damage was discovered after moving in? Was a surprise special assessment sprung on you shortly after moving into a new condominium for damage that was not disclosed? Did a bad car repair or defective oil change cause additional problems or injury? Were you falsely accused of shoplifting, prevented from leaving a store or had your privacy invaded by hidden cameras or otherwise? After checking into a hotel or moving into a new apartment, did you find a bed bug infestation? Were you the victim of a financial scam by someone who pretended to befriend you?
These issues and others are unique areas of law that consumers often find themselves dealing with, and are unsure where to turn for help.
Whitney, LLP has experience handling these types of consumer cases, and more, and fighting back for those who were taken advantage of.
We fight for justice and compensation for individuals who have been injured and deceived by negligence, deception and fraud.
Our practice areas include, but are not limited to:
- Car Dealer and Lender Fraud and Dishonesty
- Real Estate Problems including Termite Damage and Hidden Defects After Buying a Home
- Condominium Problems including Surprise Special Assessments
- Dishonest Real Estate Agents
- False Shoplifting Accusations, False Imprisonment and Wrongful Detention
- Invasion of Privacy and Hidden Cameras
- Bed Bug Bites and Infestations in Apartments
- Bed Bug Bites and Infestations in Hotels and Vacation Rentals
- Obtaining a Writ of Mandamus for vehicle title problems
- Defective Car Repairs
- Wedding Vendor Problems
If you are faced with injury, financial loss, property damage, humiliation or embarrassment after being cheated, treated unfairly or injured, remember that that you have legal rights.
Consumers have more legal rights that most people realize. Since 1992, Whitney, LLP’s Maryland attorneys have successfully applied the law to help hundreds of our clients fight back and recover millions of dollars in a variety of legal claims.
We provide representation across Maryland, including:
- Anne Arundel County
- Baltimore City
- Baltimore County
- Howard County
- Montgomery County
- Prince George’s County
- Carroll County
- Charles County
- Worcester County
- Garrett County
- Ocean City, Maryland
FREE CASE EVALUATION
PAST CASE RESULTS
BED BUG CASE JURY VERDICT
Termite Damage Jury Verdict
Car Dealership Forgery Settlement
OCEAN CITY, MD BED BUG VACATION RENTAL SETTLEMENT
GROCERY STORE FALSE SHOPLIFTING ACCUSATION SETTLEMENT
ARBITRATION AWARD AGAINST USED CAR DEALER AMKO AUTO
HOUSE FLIPPER SETTLEMENT – HIDDEN STRUCTURAL DAMAGE AND WATER INTRUSION
BED BUG SETTLEMENT FOR INFESTED APARTMENT
Finding Termite Damage and Defects After Buying a Home
If termites, termite damage or other defects were discovered after buying your home, you have legal rights and may not be stuck with the repair bill. Whitney, LLP’s termite damage and defect lawyers help homeowners bring claims against negligent WDI/termite inspectors, home inspectors and real estate agents and home sellers who do not disclose termite damage and other defects. New homeowners can incur thousands of dollars in termite damage and other defect repairs when defects and damage are hidden, not detected, not properly treated or repaired, or not treated or repaired at all.
Attorneys for Bed Bug Infestations
Whitney, LLP’s bed bug lawyers have successfully resolved hundreds of bed bugs lawsuits and claims, and have recovered over $16,000,000 for our clients in bed bug claims. Our team of pest control lawyers can sue for bed bugs and have brought claims across Maryland. Whitney, LLP has experience recovering compensation for bed bug bite claims involving:
- Apartment buildings
- Casinos and resorts
- Campgrounds and summer camps
- Hotels and motels
- Mattress stores
- Pest control companies
- Vacation rentals
- Rental furniture companies
Need a Lawyer to Sue a Car Dealership?
If you need a lawyer to sue a car dealership, Whitney LLP has successfully helped many consumers with car dealer problems. Our car dealer fraud attorneys have represented clients with car dealer problems involving new and used car dealers across Maryland, including in Charles County, Prince George’s County, Baltimore City, Montgomery County, Anne Arundel County, Howard County, and Baltimore County.
Car dealer fraud occurs when a new or used dealer uses dishonest or deceptive business practices to trick a customer. Common claims include spot delivery, false price advertising, illegal add-on fees, defective vehicles, undisclosed damage and illegal financing practices.
Falsely Accused of Shoplifting
Being falsely accused of shoplifting can be a traumatic, embarrassing and humiliating experience. Unfortunately, many security guards and store managers make wrongful shoplifting accusations, causing harm to their customers.
If you have been falsely accused of shoplifting, publicly humiliated when accused of shoplifting, wrongfully detained or prevented from leaving a store, you have legal rights and may be able to recover compensation.
Whitney, LLP’s attorneys have experience bringing claims and recovering compensation for victims of false shoplifting accusations.
Real Estate Agent Negligence
Home buyers and sellers trust their real estate agent for guidance and to act in their best interests. In fact, Maryland real estate agents have a fiduciary duty to their clients, which means the clients’ interests come before the real estate agent’s interests. Real estate agents have a huge degree of control and information regarding the purchase and sale of homes.
Because real estate agents are paid on commission upon closing, if the house does not sell, the agent does not get paid. This incentive can cause dishonest real estate agents to push their clients towards closing without disclosing important information.
Whitney, LLP has successfully represented clients and recovered compensation after real estate agents failed to disclose material facts, such as the results of home inspections, or the reasons why a prior sale fell through, such as termite damage or other serious problems.