We are experienced consumer protection attorneys headquartered in Los Angeles, California. We specialize in car repossessions, unfair debt collection practices, debt collector harassment, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, defending credit card and student loan lawsuits, inaccurate credit reporting, class actions, and auto dealer fraud.
We offer a low-cost consultation, and in most cases, can represent you on a contingent fee. Please feel free to browse the consumer protection law summaries to the left, which cover our practice areas. At this time, we are not accepting new cases in California, due to high workload.
Alexander B. Trueblood is a nationally-known consumer attorney, and the principal of the Trueblood Law Firm. Mr. Trueblood graduated with honors from the University of California, Berkeley, and obtained his law degree from the UCLA School of Law, where he was awarded membership in the prestigious Order of the Coif. He has over 20 years of experience in complex litigation, consumer protection law, and class actions.
Mr. Trueblood began his career at Morrison & Foerster, a major national law firm. He then practiced as a plaintiff’s and consumer class action attorney with several respected law firms in Los Angeles and San Francisco. In 2001, he opened his own practice and founded the Trueblood Law Firm in Los Angeles.
The mission of the Trueblood Law firm is to defend consumers against predatory corporate business practices by enforcing the consumer protection laws, both through individual cases and class actions. Mr. Trueblood has expertise in many areas of consumer law, including repossessions, unfair debt collection practices, debt collection defense, and credit reporting. Mr. Trueblood represents no banks, auto dealers, finance companies, or corporations. He is a long-standing member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates.
Over the last decade, Mr. Trueblood has been the leader in bringing a series of class actions against lenders in California who violated California’s Rees-Levering Automobile Sales Finance Act. These class actions have challenged the written notices issued by lenders after an automobile repossession. The resulting settlements have been remarkably successful, resulting in the waiver of billions of dollars in debt for consumers, restitution of amounts paid on deficiency balances, and deletion of derogatory credit reporting.