Tag: Lemon Law

In today’s job market, an increasing number of employers rely on criminal background check reports during their hiring process. However, these reports, often from consumer reporting agencies (CRAs), can have serious errors and inaccuracies that affect your chances of beingREAD MORE

When facing personal injury cases, opting for small claims court might seem like a good solution. In California, for instance, small claims court is designed to handle disputes with a maximum recovery of up to $7,500. However, this low amountREAD MORE

Car odometer rollback fraud is a significant issue affecting the automotive market today. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 450,000 vehicles per year with false odometer readings are sold, costing American car buyers more thanREAD MORE

Lemon law cases often involve complex individual disputes and difficult decisions that, when unresolved, lead to appeals. However, when specific lemon law cases reach the Supreme Court of California, the court’s rulings have the potential to significantly impact future stateREAD MORE

The Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA) of 1979, also known as Regulation E, is a United States federal law that was enacted to protect consumers engaging in electronic fund transfers (EFTs). This law covers various types of transfers including ATMREAD MORE

On May 2, 2024, California’s Second District Court of Appeals (appeals court for LA, Ventura, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties) issued an important decision on California’s lemon law.  This decision allows buyers of used cars with the balanceREAD MORE

Is your credit score lower than it should be? The wrong information on your credit report might be the culprit. When this happens, you have the right to file a credit report dispute. However, almost 50% of all disputes areREAD MORE

Electric vehicles (EVs) have been touted as the future of transportation, promising a cleaner, more sustainable alternative to traditional gas cars. However, an investigation by UK magazine What Car? found a significant gap between the advertised range of EVs andREAD MORE

The recent California decision of Niedermeier v. Fiat-Chrysler US LLC, decided on March 7, 2024, holds that a consumer who has a lemon and has filed a lawsuit seeking replacement of the vehicle need not keep the vehicle until the time ofREAD MORE

If you’re mistakenly reported as dead by a credit bureau, there can be serious consequences on your credit. You may be denied when applying for a loan, find your credit cards canceled and your assets frozen, and even be deniedREAD MORE