Have you been ripped off?
The District of Columbia has the strongest protections in the United States for wronged consumers and we can help you defend your rights. Don’t worry if you can’t afford an attorney: initial consumer law consultations are free, and if we work together, the law provides for the other side to pay your legal costs.
Seal your criminal record
Do you have an arrest record or conviction in DC that is making it harder for you to get a job or otherwise hindering your future? The District has a procedure by which some people with a criminal record can get their records sealed. To see if you are eligible, contact us today.
Know your D.C. taxi rights
Did you know that, in Washington D.C., it’s illegal for a cab driver to ask you where you are going before they let you in, refuse to take you anywhere within the District, or refuse to turn off the radio? If you believe a taxi or dispatcher has violated your rights, let’s talk today.
Browse our practice areas
Talos specializes in consumer protection law, criminal defense (representing our clients in misdemeanor cases in D.C. Superior Court), and criminal record expungement (sealing criminal records). Our general practice also includes Civil Rights, Contracts, Landlord-Tenant/Housing, Government Corruption, and Personal Injury (Torts). Take a look at our full list of practice areas.
Talos Law News & Updates
Major Housing Law Victory
We are proud to announce a $2 Million settlement in a zoning case we brought in the D.C. Court of Appeals. Press release here:
The money will be used to fund a nonprofit organization which will provide loans to allow tenants to purchase their buildings from their landlords, and to provide services to help mom-and-pop businesses survive gentrification pressures in Adams Morgan.
Talos to expand criminal practice
Talos Law is pleased to announce its expansion to include a criminal practice under managing partner, Kelsey Phipps, Esq. The practice will focus on all criminal misdemeanor matters heard in the D.C. Superior Court, including DUI/OWI, drug possession, as well as cases involving protester’s rights to make their voices heard throughout the District of Columbia’s public spaces. […]