Price Gouging During Hurricane Harvey
Accused of Price Gouging During Hurricane Harvey?
Have you or your company been accused of price gouging under §17.46(b) of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices-Consumer Protection Act? The Texas Attorney General defines price gouging as
1. Selling or leasing fuel, food, medicine or another necessity at an exorbitant or excessive price; or
2. Demanding an exorbitant or excessive price in connection with the sale or lease of fuel, food, medicine or another necessity.
If you are under investigation, you will receive a subpoena or preservation of evidence letter from the Attorney General requesting you keep certain records related to the suspected price gouging incident. There are actions you can take to defend against these allegations, but you need to hire a defense lawyer who understands the complexities of Texas’ price gouging laws.
If you or your company are suspected of price gouging, The Gibson Law Group is battle-tested and combat ready. Former civil trial judge David Gibson has tried over 600 cases from both sides of the bench, and handles cases efficiently, effectively, and aggressively. Judge Gibson and his team have secured verdicts, settlements, and judgments in excess of $30,000,000 since opening shop in 2003 and have been equally successful in defending clients who have been sued, having obtained dismissals, take-nothing judgments, and favorable settlements in state and federal courts from California to Florida and South Texas to Northern Minnesota.