There is one important exception to the awards the court may grant. As explained, you must send a 30-day demand letter before suing a business. The business may offer you a settlement in response to that letter. If the business makes a reasonable offer and you turn it down, a court may limit your award to what the business offered.
- Who is Protected and From What Kinds of Business Activities?
- Awards You Could Get Under Massachusetts Consumer Protection Law
- Can I Sue?
- How Do I Send a 30-Day Demand Letter?
- What Can I Do After a Business Responds to My 30-Day Demand Letter?
- The Business Will Not Find a Solution with Me Or Did Not Respond
- My Business was Hurt by Another Business
- I Received a 30-Day Demand Letter
- What Happens if I Am Offered a Settlement by a Business but Don’t Take It?
- What Happens in Court for a 93A Matter?
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