Blog Posts in January, 2009

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  • Overcoming Dealer 'Wall of Problems' in Pursuing a Lemon Law Case
    Overcoming Dealer 'Wall of Problems' in Pursuing a Lemon Law Case

    In November of 2008, a jury awarded $120,000 to Todd Van Natta, a 46-year-old plumber from Minocqua, Wisconsin, in a suit against General Motors. Van Natta had claimed that the Chevrolet Silverado ...

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  • Is it Lemon Law or is it Fraud?
    Is it Lemon Law or is it Fraud?

    There are so many ways for dishonest dealerships to play games with the finance. Typical of these are various insurance products that the buyer is told they must have before they can purchase the ...

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  • The Crucial Need for Lemon Law Enforcement
    The Crucial Need for Lemon Law Enforcement

    Some 40 years after the enactment of the original lemon laws, their need is still being aptly demonstrated. An Ogden, Utah car dealer was recently charged with fraud and forgery after allegedly ...

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  • GM Bailout: Look at Lemon Law Cases
    GM Bailout: Look at Lemon Law Cases

    General Motors has once again approached the federal government with cap in hand, asking for $50 billion in bailout funds. GM claims that if the money is not provided, it will spell the end of the ...

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