What you need to know about TCPA cases and Unwanted Text messages to solicit business.
According to a Nolo study, an estimated 150,000 motor vehicles are lemons in the United States each year. A car is considered to be a lemon if it has repeated, unfixable problems. In the event that your car qualifies as a lemon, you may be eligible for a replacement vehicle or refund.
Dog parks are places where dogs and their owners can go to play and explore in an off-leash environment. Unfortunately, even in dog parks with posted rules, some owners bring dogs that are too aggressive and fights and injuries between dogs can occur.
Understanding the Truth In Lending Act and the Consumer Leasing Act and their Protections for Leased Consumer Goods
Understanding the Truth In Lending Act and Consumer Leasing Act as they relate to leased products
According to the American Animal Hospital Association, nearly 5 million people in the United States are bitten by dogs every year. Many of those wounds require emergency treatment, surgery, or hospitalization. Many of these victims are left emotionally traumatized by the experience, while others are physically scarred forever. If you or someone you love has been bitten by a dog, you may be wondering what to do next.
You were just minding your own business when, out of nowhere, a dog comes up and bites you. Or maybe this dog has a reputation as a neighborhood troublemaker, and you feared this day would come. Now that it has, what do you do?
There’s an old saying that says “when life gives you a lemon, make lemonade.” But if that lemon happens to be a new automobile that you just leased or purchased, you should instead exercise your rights under federal and state laws to get a refund or replacement vehicle.
Lemon cars is a term used to describe defective motor vehicles that have repeated, unfixable problems. If your vehicle is determined to be a lemon, you should consult with a knowledgeable lemon law attorney as soon as possible.
In 2019, more than 17 million new cars were sold or leased in the U.S. With that many new vehicles hitting the highway, you know some of them are going to be lemons. In fact, a conservative estimate is that 1% of all new cars sold or leased are defective.