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18 Nov 2015
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For nearly 80 years Consumer Reports has provided consumers with valuable information about the quality and reliability of everyday consumer products.  As they do annually, on October 20 Consumer Reports issued their list of the 20 most unreliable vehicles on the road.  This report was comprised after Consumer Reports analyzed data on more than 740,000 vehicles from its 2015 reliability survey.  The vehicles studied ranged in age from 3 months to 3 years old and all vehicles were substantially similar to the manufacturer’s... Continue reading »
14 Aug 2015
Every state has its own version of the Lemon Law; the Lemon Law statute in the State of California is perhaps the strongest in the country. Over and above the remedies provided by the federal Magnuson-Moss warranty act, the California statute can add and multiply remedies. Hire a California lemon law attorney to help. If your new car spends more time in the dealers repair shop than it spends in your driveway, there is a very good chance you purchased a lemon. The California Lemon Law is available to new car purchasers who find themselves in this situation. If the defect cannot be... Continue reading »
11 Jul 2014
Lemon Law Attorney Chicago, IL
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) has announced that it is looking into complaints from owners of 2011-2014 Ford Explorers where exhaust fumes and carbon monoxide are allegedly backing up into the vehicles creating potentially dangerous conditions.   NHTSA spokeswoman, Karen Aldana, commented on June 20, 2014 that the agency “is aware of the complaints involving 2011-2014 Ford Explorers” and “is reviewing all available data and will take appropriate action as warranted.”   To date, over 15 complaints have been lodged by consumers on NHTSA’s website regarding this... Continue reading »
28 Mar 2014
Lemon Law Attorney Chicago, IL
On March 19, 2014, the United States Attorney General, Eric Holder, announced a record breaking fine imposed upon Toyota Motor Corporation regarding its cover-up of safety defects in Toyota vehicles that led to widespread incidents of unintended vehicle acceleration. As noted by Attorney General Holder, the U.S. Justice Department’s criminal investigation revealed that, “rather than promptly disclosing and correcting safety issues about which they were aware, Toyota made misleading public statements to consumers and gave inaccurate facts to Members of Congress.”  [The entirety of Attorney... Continue reading »
20 Mar 2014
Chevrolet Cruze Coolant Leak
A number of Chevrolet Cruze drivers have reported a bad odor coming from their vehicle while the heater is running. Over half a million of these vehicles have been sold. Although not all are producing the smell, many of the vehicles are producing an odor which has become so bad that some drivers will not allow their children to ride in the car. Others have reported cases of burning, itchy eyes and a dry throat as a result. So what is causing the smell? It is thought to be a result of antifreeze leaking into the interior of the car. When the coolant hits the heater, it vaporizes, producing... Continue reading »


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