Massachusetts Consumer Protection

In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, we are fortunate to have a broad, and powerful Consumer Protection Statute.  The laws afford protection for consumers, AND businesses wrong by others in trade and commerce.   The Consumer Protection laws also provide protection to those wronged by Insurance Companies writing coverage/policiies to Massachusetts  individuals, and businesses. If you encounter such a predicament, please be aware that there are steps that must be taken to protect your interests.   Contact Frank for a free consult!

* Civil Litigation

 * Business Law

* Contract Disputes

Landlord / Tenant

Consumer Protection

​Healthcare/Provider Relations.


57 Main St., Taunton, MA 02780

508 821 2600


Recent Client comments:

"Frank, you are great!  Thank you!"  EA

"I really appreciate all you have done.  It seems like no one else believed in me."  LL

"We started hoping for a settlement. After pursuing litigation, that settlement ended up being 7-digits. Thanks!"   JES

"An awesome attorney and dear friend." TC


HEALTHCARE:   Over the past 18 years, Attorney Biedak has represented dozens and dozens of MA healthcare providers,  and Facilities. From PIP, to licensing disputes, insurance litigation,  Compliance plans and Regulatory and  confidentiality /HIPAA/HITECH Privacy matters, Frank has been through the battles with many providers.  "I have witnessed the effect of overly aggressive PIP litigation and collection practices turn into licensing disputes.   Having battled both fronts,  Frank is  well positioned to help healthcare providers  in all facets of their practices. " I think my undergraduate degree in medical records and coding, as well as my years as a Director of Utilization Review and Medical Records provides unique insight into an often misunderstood area of practice."   

Firm Provides Free Curbside Consults:

As reported by NECN and the Taunton Daily Gazette, in the summer of 2016, Attorney Biedak introduced a new concept of assisting citizens with legal questions/concerns. 

Every Thursday, from 10AM -11AM, Frank sat outside his Main Street office and spoke to passer-bys about their legal concerns and problems.   Frank was able to help dozens or people, and referred numerous others to local attorney's in his BNI Business Network.

Practicing by the GOLDEN RULE of treating others as you would want to be treated, Attorney Biedak has challenged peers and other Massachusetts businesses to open their doors and similarly help those in need.