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California Lemon Law
Recreational Vehicle (RV) Lemon Law
Legal help for lemon RV owners
If your Recreational Vehicle (RV) is spending too much time in the shop, you may be driving a lemon RV. California Lemon Law protects the rights of RV owners to help you get a new vehicle or get your money back. If the manufacturer's dealer has been unable to fix your RV within a reasonable number of attempts or a reasonable amount of time, it is time to consult Norman Taylor who specializes in lemon law.
Consumer Rights for RV Owners
Norman Taylor & Associates has focused on California Lemon Law since 1987. As an RV owner, your consumer rights are defined by California state law and the warranty that came with your recreational vehicle (RV). These lemon laws are often more favorable to the RV consumer than you may think. The attorneys at Norman Taylor & Associates specialize in lemon law for California consumers and have successfully litigated many RV lemon claims.
Los Angeles Lemon Recreational Vehicle (RV) Case
Mr. Fariborz Eslamieh turned to Norman Taylor & Associates for legal counsel when his $96,000 motorhome showed signs of being a lemon. The RV had several defects - a slider that would become unattached while in transit, mis-alignment, wind noise and a malfunctioning air conditioning unit. Norman Taylor & Associates was able to recover Mr. Eslamieh's down payment and all payments made toward the coach from the Coachman Recreation Vehicle Company, as well as pay off the remaining balance on the loan.
Additionally, the jury awarded Mr. Eslamieh another $175,000 for Coachman's willful failure to comply with California's Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act (Lemon Law). Finally the court awarded Mr. Eslamieh's attorney's fees and costs required to prosecute this matter against this giant RV manufacturer.
Orange County Lemon Motorhome Case
Another Recreational Vehicle (RV) case was won recently by Norman Taylor & Associates. Robert and Deanna Marciel were sorely disappointed in their new Beaver Motor Coach in the three years following their $585,000 RV purchase. This luxury RV was in the shop for one of numerous repair attempts - and out of service for repairs 473 days in a three-year period, its defects covering a range of problems. The jury decided in favor of the Marciels, who were awarded a refund as well as attorney's fees and costs.
You bought your RV so you could explore new destinations and enjoy travelling. If you think you may have a lemon RV, contact us for a free legal consultation.