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Information on Ohio's Consumer Laws from Attorney Daniel Myers, Myers Law, LLC, not legal advice

Contact Myers Law

Feel free to contact Attorney Dan Myers with your Ohio consumer law (or other Ohio law) questions or concerns in any of the following ways:

  1. Fill out the form below,
  2. Call us at (216) 236-8202, or
  3. Email us at Info@MyersLawLLC.com.
  4. If you are contacting us to review your dispute, please make sure to send, as soon as possible, all documents (contracts, invoices, receipts, proof of payments, estimates, or reports of problems) that you have.  We will want to review these to evaluate your dispute.

For more information, please visit Myers Law, LLC’s website by visiting http://www.ShieldConsumers.com.


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