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2017 List of California Super Lawyers® Includes Attorney Norman Taylor

We have exciting news at Norman Taylor & Associations. Our founder, Attorney Norman Taylor, has been selected to the 2017 California Super Lawyers® list. This marks his second consecutive year being chosen among this prestigious group, having also been selected in 2016. Legal professionals and potential legal clients across the country turn to Super Lawyers® for more

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The 10 Least Reliable Cars of 2016

Nobody wants to wind up with a lemon when buying a new car. This means significant market research is important, and many people turn to the popular Consumer Reports magazine for trustworthy advice on everything from drive quality to reliability when it comes to new cars on the market. Consumer Reports reviews nearly every car on the market more

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More Nursing Home Lawsuits Can Now Go to Trial

Late last month, officials announced the end of a prevalent legal strategy that allowed nursing home facilities that receive Medicare and Medicaid funding to resolve all lawsuits against them in private arbitration. Now, elder abuse and neglect victims and their families can have their claims against a nursing facility addressed and resolved publicly in more

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Norman Taylor & Associates is proud to announce that Norman F. Taylor has been selected for inclusion in 2016 Super Lawyers

Norman Taylor & Associates is proud to announce that Norman F. Taylor has been selected for inclusion in the 2016 California Super Lawyers list. Super Lawyers has emerged as one of the most trusted and respected recognitions in the legal industry. Every year, Super Lawyers releases its lists of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who more

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California Auto Recall Bill Tabled Due to Opposition

The author of a bill that would have required used auto dealers to reform the way they sell recalled vehicles was suddenly pulled on Friday, June 12, thanks to overwhelming opposition from rental car companies and consumer groups. Although the bill had recently passed through the Assembly with a unanimous 76-0 vote, Assemblyman Rich more

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2014 Broke Auto Recall Records

The numbers are in and 2014 was a record-setting year in auto manufacturer recalls. Nearly 64 million cars were recalled last year, which smashes the previously held record in 2004, when the total was 30.8 million. That makes 2014 a benchmark year by more than a 50% margin. According to the New York Times, more

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Is Your Car at Risk of Hacking?

If you’ve driven a new car recently, you’ve probably noticed that it came with a dizzying array of technological advances. Spoken commands, GPS, Bluetooth music and video, and much more can be found in almost every new vehicle. Not only that, but downloadable apps for commerce, traffic, and weather conditions are coming into play more

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GM to Pay $35 Million Fine for Safety Defects, Delayed Recalls

American auto makers are back in the news after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration fined General Motors (GM) for not being upfront about known safety defects in some of their motor vehicles. GM agreed to pay a $35 million penalty for its failures and delayed recalls, and will make significant internal changes to more

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Quality And The Lemon Automobile

“It costs a lot to build bad products.” Norman Augustine�”Augustine’s 12th Law” In America we salute quantity and pay lip service to quality. When manufacturers want to brag, they cite numbers of units produced, tons of ore mined, miles of cable laid, or millions of books sold. People involved in high production get gold-plated plaques, more

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Understanding the California Lemon Law

Every state in the US has consumer protection laws. The Lemon Law, often thought to be only for vehicles, in fact applies to any goods bought for personal use. California has one off the best Lemon Laws When you purchase a car in California – whether new or used – you have the right more

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Chrysler Agrees to NHTSA’s Recall Request

Earlier this month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration requested that Chrysler issue a recall to correct the risk of a fuel spill resulting from rear end collisions. Chrysler declined to issue the voluntary recall that would affect 2.7 million model years 1993-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee and model years 2002-2007Jeep Liberty owners. After some more

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