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Faulty Airbags and Your Consumer Rights Under Lemon Laws

Airbags are some of the most important safety features in modern vehicles. They provide crucial protection by inflating and cushioning a vehicle occupant in the event of a car crash, ultimately reducing the risk of severe injury or death in an accident. According to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), front airbags reduce more

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Lawsuit Filed Over Chevy Bolt EV Blind Spot Monitoring Issues

Chevy is one of the latest vehicle manufacturers facing a class action lawsuit, which alleges that certain vehicles have faulty blind spot monitors on the passenger side that activate warning lights when there is nothing present in the blind spots. The Blind Spot Monitoring safety system issues allegedly impact 2018-2020 Chevy Bolt EV vehicles. more

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The Importance of Preserving Your Car Maintenance Records

You’ve probably been taught the importance of keeping certain records, such as receipts, identification, pay stubs, medical bills, and financial statements. But there’s one type of document that many people fail to realize the importance of preserving: car maintenance logs. The value of these logs should never be underestimated. In fact, keeping track of more

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5 New Cars to Avoid This Year

Today, most cars are produced and sold to maximize safety and comfort for vehicle occupants. Nearly all car manufacturers try to hit those buzzwords you’re looking for to showcase their vehicle’s superiority over the competition: high-performance, luxurious, innovative, eco-friendly, and affordable. But that doesn’t mean that all cars are created equal in terms of more

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Motor Vehicle Defects Law: Are You Covered?

Buying or leasing a brand-new or “like new” used vehicle should be a great experience. Most consumers enjoy the whole process and can’t wait to park their new vehicle in their driveway and take in that “new car smell.” Ideally, the new car is everything the consumer imagined. The car handles beautifully and it runs smooth – more

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2014-2018 Ford Fusion Recall Alert!

Do you drive a Ford Fusion or a Lincoln MKZ sedan? If your vehicle was manufactured between the years 2014 and 2018, your safety may be at serious risk. According to, roughly 1.3 million 2014-2018 Lincoln MKZ and Ford Fusion sedans have a recall alert out on them. What’s the issue? “The steering-wheel bolt more

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FTC & the Auto Marketplace

You’ve probably heard about the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) before – a government agency that’s dedicated to protecting the American consumer. The FTC addresses mortgage, credit repair, and debt collection scams to name a few. But, did you know that it also acts as a watchdog in the auto marketplace? According to the FTC, “Buying or more

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NHTSA Safety Recalls for Defective Automobiles

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the agency “issues vehicle safety standards and requires manufacturers to recall vehicles and equipments that have safety-related defects.” The NHTSA says that reporting the problem is the first step in the process. If you are driving a defective or otherwise unsafe vehicle, the NHTSA wants more

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Does my Vehicle Qualify as a Lemon?

You bought a new vehicle, so naturally, you assumed you wouldn’t have any problems at all. You didn’t expect it to break down, or have any mechanical or safety problems, but it did. Now, your brand-new car has become a headache and it seems like it’s costing you more time and money every week. You’ more

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California Supreme Court Limits Reach of Elder Abuse Act

In a recent decision, the California Supreme Court has limited who can be named a defendant in claims citing damages for elder neglect. In Winn v. Pioneer Medical Group, the court further defined the meaning of negligence in the Elder Abuse Act—a decision that is likely to protect many medical professionals and managed care organizations more

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Staying Connected with Norman Taylor & Associates

When it comes to lemon law, the attorneys at Norman Taylor & Associates wrote the book. Literally. Attorney Norman Taylor has had his hand in two separate publications regarding lemon law. He co-authored Lemon Law: A Manual for Consumers in 1991 and then wrote Lemon Law: The Standard Reference Guide in 2005. His work in and out of the courtroom more

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