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Staying Connected with Norman Taylor & Associates

  Norman Taylor & Associates
  April 4, 2016

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 is no less impressive. Since 1987, he and his firms have handled more than 10,000 lemon law cases and have worked to force automakers to refund more than $120,000,000 for defective goods. Our firm is proud of the work we have done and looks forward to the work we will do in the future.

If you believe that you have a lemon law case, we are the firm to call. We have been selected for inclusion in the prestigious Super Lawyers® list, been rated excellent on Avvo, and have proven our mettle in these complex cases. As Attorney Taylor said, “Getting results for clients gives me great satisfaction and is what has kept me going for 28 years.” This passion for our clients’ success can easily be seen in our reviews and case results. Want to discuss your case with an attorney you can trust? Contact our firm today!

Keeping in Touch with Our Lemon Law Attorneys

For past, current, and future clients, we encourage you to stay connected with our law firm. We can be found on various places online—all in an attempt to make it easier for you to keep in touch with us. We urge you to check us out and follow us on these various websites!

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At our firm, we are here to help you and your loved ones. Request a free case review by calling now.

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