Has your data been “throttled” by AT&T? Even though you have an “unlimited” data plan?

Then do something about it!

A consumer recently took AT&T to small claims court claiming exactly this kind of throttling – and won! We would like to help you mount a similar claim.

We are consumer protection lawyers.AT&T has gone a long way towards ending consumer protection with its so called “arbitration provision.” This provision prohibits consumers from joining together and suing AT&T in a class action. Many states said this kind of “class action waiver” amounted to a “get out of jail free” card. AT&T took its case to the U.S. Supreme Court, and in a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court overruled these states and said the provision was OK. This was a HUGE win for AT&T, and a HUGE loss for consumers. AT&T knows that most consumers won’t go to the time or effort of suing or arbitrating over a small amount of money. Thus, the net effect of the class action waiver is to eliminate meaningful consumer protection claims.

We think it’s time to make AT&T accountable.

Their arbitration provision provides for a minimum award of $10,000, and double attorney’s fees, if AT&T makes a settlement offer and the arbitrator awards more than that offer. We are seeking consumers who were throttled and want to try arbitrating under this provision. If we select your case, the arbitration will not cost you anything. If we get paid at all, it will be by AT&T.

To be eligible to commence such an arbitration, you need to be able to show the following:

  1. That you had an unlimited data plan.
  2. That your data was throttled (most consumers got an email telling them this.)
  3. That you were harmed by the throttling. This simply means that you were prevented from using your device as you intended when AT&T throttled your data.
  4. That you have been paying your bill on time.

If each of these factors applied to you, and you want to commence an arbitration against AT&T, then please contact us and we will review your case. We will get back to you one way or the other, and let you know whether or not we are willing to pursue an arbitration for you.

Thank you for standing up!

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