Dennis Beaver | You & the Law

DennisBeaverAttorney Dennis Beaver has practiced law for many years in Bakersfield, California. Read more about Dennis and his background here. Dennis is a syndicated newspaper columnist and writes a weekly column entitled “You and the Law”. There have been numerous requests over the years to make these articles available and we are happy to offer them here. They are also indexed for your convenience.

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Dennis Beaver has an amazing story in this video.


Many people have been caught in Timeshare Scams – and Dennis was invited to participate in a Dr. Phil program where over $207,000 was scammed from a woman informed that she had been awarded $38,000 in a Cabo San Lucas timeshare data breach. It wasn’t true. Here is the promo for the show and the show itself.

Promo:  https://www.drphil.com/videos/these-people-are-very-good-at-what-they-do-says-attorney-about-timeshare-scammers/
Show: https://youtu.be/Dkrza8HQyIY


November 25, 2022 • By Dennis Beaver

It isn’t often that I am a “witness” to a glaring example of consumer fraud, but thanks to “Frank” and his grandmother, “Thelma,” I was “virtually” standing next to her, listening to an optical salesperson violate several of their state’s important consumer protection laws.

As what I heard is not limited to this very large company — whose eyewear ads on television, the internet, and in print are everywhere — I am not naming them.

In a world of coincidences, a week earlier I spoke with their general counsel who immediately ordered a refund to “Arnold” who was sold two pairs of glasses instead of being immediately sent to an ophthalmologist because of a potential retinal detachment discovered by their in-house optometrist!

That’s right. Arnold gets an eye exam, a potential detached retina is found, which is considered as a medical emergency, and the O.D.’s recommendation? “Buy a pair of eyeglasses!” More on this craziness in a moment…click here to read more