Category Archives: Lemon Law
Planning on buying a used car soon? Then first open your eyes – very wide. In our office, over the years we’ve seen it all. Frauds perpetrated on used car lots against California consumers are common, and may be getting … Continue reading
If your vehicle turned out to be a “lemon” that is really stressing you out, call the Law Officers of Robert F. Brennan. Our firm has been successfully helping consumers with their Lemon Law cases for over two decades, and … Continue reading
California Lemon Law and Your Cellphone: Why You Need to Take Pictures Whenever You Have a Mechanical Failure
Welcome to December. I hope you have had a good 2013 and I hope 2014 will be even better! These days, cars are virtual computers on wheels. Like all computers, car computers crash. Some or all of the car’s functions … Continue reading
To my readers, We are handling BMW X-5 cases with faulty transmissions, which can show up as hard jerking or hesitation in the lower gears and when taking off from a stop. If you have one of these or know … Continue reading
Should She Have Hired Her Own Attorney? Honda Prevails Against Plaintiff Representing Herself in Inflated Gas Mileage Claim.
I’m not going to chortle here, because I really had hoped that the lady who filed the small claims action against Honda for inflated hybrid vehicle gas mileage claims would win her appeal. But she lost. To refresh your memory, … Continue reading
Dear Readers, This ran on Yahoo! Finance over the weekend. It is a good basic primer on various types of dealer fraud. What I liked about this article was that it covered a lot of the different types of dealer … Continue reading
Well, I probably don’t have to tell you that the Chrysler Corp. and a quality transmission would not recognize each other if they passed on the street. Nonetheless, the new Dodge Challenger really has a doozy. It’s an eight-cylinder engine, … Continue reading
BRENNAN, WIENER & ASSOCIATES’ SENIOR PARTNER ROBERT F. BRENNAN BEATS MERCEDES-BENZ IN A CALIFORNIA LEMON LAW CASE INVOLVING A SL550 WITH A LEAKING TRUNK.
At a trial which concluded only two days ago, September 26, 2011, a Los Angeles jury awarded plaintiff Albert Ataian a full buyback for $118,000.00 plus a civil penalty of $10,000 for Mercedes’ willful conduct. Ataian v. Mercedes-Benz USA LLC, … Continue reading
Hello Readers, I have said this in previous blog posts, but it’s worth repeating for emphasis. The simplest and best way to preserve the evidence of defect in your lemon vehicle, and thus better ensure a successful outcome for your … Continue reading
Hello Readers, My friend Ron Buerge of Ohio prepared this short article about the hazards and perils of buying cars through online auctions. I think it’s excellent so I’m reprinting it here. Hope this helps. Here’s his article: We’ve seen … Continue reading