Our founder Ingrid M. Evans speaks out for consumers on NBC Bay Area News tonight at 11! Tonight’s Bay Area Responds segment looks at what banks may do when customer CDs expire. NBC zeroes in on how Wells Fargo Bank in particular handled (or mishandled) a senior customer’s longtime CD after it expired. Anyone with a bank CD should watch this story and keep an eye on their account!
NBC Reporters reached out to California trial attorney and consumer advocate Ingrid M. Evans of Evans Law Firm for her reaction as to how the elderly customer was treated. Watch what Ingrid says on behalf of consumers – especially seniors – tonight at 11 on NBC Bay Area Responds!
Ms. Evans is a longtime trial attorney and consumer advocate in the Bay Area, throughout California, and the nation. She is the founder of Evans Law Firm, Inc., a firm with a long history of fighting for consumers. Ms. Evans and the other attorneys at Evans Law Firm represent consumers in the State and federal courts of California, and federal courts throughout the country right up to the United States Supreme Court. The firm takes on insurance companies, insurance agents and brokers, securities firms and brokerage houses, big pharma, banks, lenders, credit reporting agencies and more in the fight for consumer rights. The firm’s cases include annuity and life insurance litigation, federal and State whistleblower cases, securities fraud, financial elder abuse, class actions, consumer fraud, and more.
In addition to her own trial work, Ms. Evans writes a daily blog at www.evanslaw.com on legal issues related to consumers, the elderly, whistleblower cases, securities fraud and more. The recipient of numerous professional awards, Ms. Evans also serves on a variety of local, State and national lawyer and advocacy groups. She is a member of the Board of Governors of the American Association for Justice, a national nonprofit advocacy group that promotes a fair and effective justice system so that all people injured by the misconduct or negligence of others can obtain justice in America’s courtrooms, even when taking on the most powerful interests