West Virginia Consumer Laws

Unless you live in a cabin in the woods and make everything yourself, you're a consumer. All states, including West Virginia, have laws that protect the interests of consumers by regulating certain business activities and prosecuting crimes such as identity theft that target consumers. FindLaw's section on the consumer laws of West Virginia covers the state's lemon law, which protects new car purchasers by requiring car dealers to refund or replace a newly purchased vehicle that fails to perform as advertised within the first year; laws regulating how businesses merge or otherwise work together in order to prevent trusts; and much more. Click on a link below to learn more about West Virginia consumer laws.

Learn About West Virginia Consumer Laws