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November 28, 2016
In this video, our attorney, Howard D. Silver, discusses the important steps to take or NOT to take if you’ve been the victim of identity theft. There are some very crucial bits of information that will protect you here: To contact us for a free consultation, please call 855-341-2611. Mr. Silver... Read More
Category: Identity Theft
November 16, 2016
If you believe that your identity has been stolen, there are a lot of steps to take in order to ensure that you can stop further theft and to make sure that you won’t have to pay for the debts incurred through theft. In this video, our attorney explains the right steps to take after being... Read More
Category: Identity Theft
November 11, 2016
If you have purchased a vehicle that has had a lot of problems from the minutes you brought the vehicle home, there are legal options that you can take to get financial restitution for your lemon vehicle. In this video, our attorney, Howard D. Silver, explains the problems required for a lemon law... Read More
Category: Lemon Law
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... Read More
Category: Lemon Law
September 18, 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... Read More
February 20, 2015
If you have a vehicle that is deemed to be a "lemon," you have certain rights under the California Lemon Law. In most instances, the manufacturer buys the vehicle back from you and you receive a refund of your money. At this point, your lemon law claim is settled and you get to move on with your... Read More
February 18, 2015
For those living in Kentucky, dealing with a defective motor vehicle can affect all aspects of daily life. To deal with these problems, the state has its own lemon law found in Kentucky Revised Statutes 367.841 to 367.844. While these laws provide protection for consumers similar to other states,... Read More
Category: Lemon Law
February 18, 2015
The California Department of Motor Vehicles has developed in a report a series of steps you need to follow when you purchase a used car from a private party. Normally, these tasks would be taken care of by the car dealership, but in a private transaction you have to look after these details... Read More
February 18, 2015
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Forest River Recreational Vehicles have recalled 9,526 vehicles from the model year 2013 - 2014 due to a design defect in the power awning motor assembly that can cause the motor assembly screws to shear. The shearing of the screws may... Read More
Category: Vehicle Recalls
February 18, 2015
Consumers often wonder how bad the problems with a vehicle need to be in order for the California lemon law to apply. In a nutshell, the problem must significantly weaken the value, use or safety of the vehicle. When determining what qualifies as a defect to the average person, a consumer can... Read More
Category: Lemon Law
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