Los Angeles Consumer Protection Lawyers

Serving Los Angeles, Riverside, Ventura, San Bernardino Counties & Nearby Areas of California

January 28, 2016

When you purchase a vehicle, you have a rightful expectation that your vehicle will work properly and function as expected. Unfortunately, there are times when a vehicle is manufactured or sold with existing problems that cannot be fixed. When this occurs, your vehicle may be considered a lemon and you can file for compensation or replacement under California... Read More

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December 29, 2015

Whenever you purchase an automobile, you have the expectation that you will be buying a quality vehicle that will serve all of your needs. Unfortunately, all too often, vehicles are sold that are misrepresented and are actually not as good of quality as they are expected to have been. When a car dealer or manufacturer creates, markets, or sells a vehicle that... Read More

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November 24, 2015

Did you know that the most common way that someone suffers from bad credit reporting is due to identity theft. Credit reporting is unbelievably important because your credit score can determine whether you qualify for a loan, can open a business, or make purchases with a credit card. Unfortunately, identity thieves can steal your information and use it to... Read More

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September 29, 2015

Volkswagen has been found guilty of putting software in as many as 11 million of their diesel vehicles that would help them to cheat emission tests. The software, also known as defeat devices, helped the diesel vehicles to appear more clean than they really are. It was found that these vehicles were actually putting out 40 times more than the allowed level of... Read More

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September 22, 2015

Westgate Resorts was found guilty of consumer fraud in a lawsuit in April and are now hoping that the U.S. Supreme Court will review the lawsuit with the hopes that it will be overturned. Westgate Resort is a timeshare company that was sued for allegedly not providing accurate information to timeshare purchasers.

In the case, timeshare purchasers... Read More

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September 18, 2015

A class-action lawsuit has been filed by several owners of 2015 Honda CR-V vehicles. The plaintiffs allege that their vehicles vibrate while they're in use and that the vibration is so severe is can even make people sick, causing nausea, back pain, and headaches.

In several of the cases, the buyers of these SUVs attempted to return their vehicle within... Read More

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September 14, 2015

Protecting your identity and your secure information is more important now than it has ever been. In the age of digital hacking, you may feel like there is no way to keep your information completely protected. However, there are some very important steps you can take to keep your information secure and prevent identity theft.

When identity theft occurs... Read More

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August 27, 2015

Whether you’re purchasing a new motorcycle or are looking to get a used model, there are multiple ways to protect yourself from purchasing a lemon motorcycle. A lemon motorcycle is one that is sold to you with malfunctioning parts that cannot be fixed. In order to avoid purchasing a lemon, our Los Angeles lemon law attorney would like to share some tips with... Read More

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August 19, 2015

Sometimes, when a company is attempting to get a person to pay off their bills, they will sell the bill to a debt collection agency. This agency will then work to get you to pay your bill in a timely manner. While they’re supposed to do this in a pleasant and non-threatening way, many debt collection agencies have turned to intimidating and invasive tactics... Read More

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August 11, 2015

In a recent hack, a giant amount of information was leaked on the Internet from a website that promotes cheating, known as Ashley Madison. Ashley Madison is a site that facilitates married persons finding someone to cheat with. In this recent hack, hundreds of thousands of people’s information was released for the public to see.

The Ashley Madison hack... Read More

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