Serving Those Who Serve(d) Us
Our military risk their lives and livelihoods to protect the freedoms that we enjoy across the United States of America and its possessions and territories in addition to defending thousands of persons around the globe. It is always disappointing to see military and their personnel be scammed and taken advantage of by people (i.e. all of us) who benefited from the work of the military. In this vein I share with you a resource I discovered while doing an online search for a case I have involving an active duty soldier who was defrauded on a used vehicle purchase. The Military Consumer Justice Project is a group of attorneys nationwide dedicated to assisting active duty military personnel, veterans, and their families in protecting their legal rights as relate to consumer issues and transactions. Click here for the brief informational brochure on the Project and visit the Project’s webpage for specific informational brochures on a variety of legal topics. Additionally, I humbly share (click here) my Law and Life blog posts and content designed to assist our military personnel. Please, even if you are not a veteran, please share this blog post with a veteran or active duty military personnel or their family.
Thank you to all of you who have served and/or are serving our country and do make that call for help when the need should arise.
- Posted in: Consumer Law/Consumer Protection ♦ Military ♦ Self-Help/Pro Se
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