Blog Posts in October, 2009

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  • California Lemon Law - Does it Require Arbitration?
    California Lemon Law - Does it Require Arbitration?

    Some lemon laws may require you to go through an informal arbitration process before you can file a lemon lawsuit. Others may not. In the case where you are not required to do this, it should be known ...

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  • Beware of Ford Rental Car Agreement
    Beware of Ford Rental Car Agreement

    Picture this: You are having trouble with a new Ford vehicle you recently purchased. You take it in to the dealership for repairs. Since your car has to be in the dealership overnight or for a few ...

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  • Latest Ford Scam - The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
    Latest Ford Scam - The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

    A prospective client brought me an interesting situation. She had a lemon law claim against Ford, but what she brought with her was evidence of the latest scam by Ford Motor Co. to escape it’s ...

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  • California Lemon Law Co-Author Dies
    California Lemon Law Co-Author Dies

    We would like to take a moment to express our appreciation for the life and work of former California assemblyman and state senator Robert G. Beverly who recently died at the age of 84. Mr. Beverly is ...

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  • Lemon Law and the GM Guarantee
    Lemon Law and the GM Guarantee

    Since General Motors filed for bankruptcy this year, they are working hard to win back confidence. They are now offering a 60-day money-back guarantee on their Chevrolet, GMC, Buick and Cadillac ...

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  • Lemon Law and the Recall
    Lemon Law and the Recall

    Toyota has planned to recall 3.8 million U.S. Toyota and Lexus models -- its largest recall ever -- to fix floor mats that may snag gas pedals and cause vehicles to accelerate at high speeds. In the ...

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