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Burdge Law Office Co LPA - Dayton, OH

2299 Miamisburg Centerville Road Dayton, OH 45459 - 3817

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Updated: 02/18/2024

Dayton Lemon Law Firm

Overview

The Burdge Law Firm has been helping consumers since 1978 in the areas of Lemon Law, Auto Fraud and Consumer Protection. Our dedication to this area of the law springs from a desire to use our legal skills, experience, and compassion in a way that most effectively helps our clients. Mistreatment by an automobile dealership or manufacture can be emotionally charged and financially devastating...

The Burdge Law Firm has been helping consumers since 1978 in the areas of Lemon Law, Auto Fraud and Consumer Protection. Our dedication to this area of the law springs from a desire to use our legal skills, experience, and compassion in a way that most effectively helps our clients. Mistreatment by an automobile dealership or manufacture can be emotionally charged and financially devastating. We pride ourselves on being a law firm that gets results for our clients by bringing closure to an expensive and frustrating problem through skilled, goal-oriented, and personal guidance from our professional staff.

About Burdge Law Office Co LPA

Practice Areas

  • Lemon Law 60%
  • Auto Sales Fraud 30%
  • Credit Rights 10%

Litigation

  • 90%

Honors

  • Ohio Super Lawyer, January 1, 2004 - January 1, 2009
  • Consumer Law Trial Attorney of the Year, Ronald Burdge, October 26, 2004

Classes and Seminars

  • Discovery Strategies in Consumer Law Litigation, Ohio Attorney General Consumer Protection Section, December 9, 2008

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Office Information

Address

2299 Miamisburg Centerville Road Dayton, OH 45459 - 3817

Office Hours

815 am to 500 pm

Fax

  • (888) 331-6471 (Toll Free)
  • (937) 432-9503

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