Many of us are so accustomed to companies like Comcast and Time Warner Cable breaking their word. We chalk it up to bad “customer service,” as if it were legally optional for corporations to keep their promises. It’s not. When these monopolists miss service appointments, keep you on hold for hours, or hang up on you, they violate your right to the benefit of the bargain. A series of Supreme Court cases have allowed these companies to ban class actions. But it’s cost-prohibitive to bring an individual lawsuit over one month’s cable bill. The practical result has been that these corporations break the law with impunity. Until David. Having experienced these injustices ourselves, we built a solution to help customers stand up for their rights, combining deep legal research by Yale Law School alums will elegant web design.