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Consumer Law Car Purchase FAQ
Do I have to purchase credit insurance to get a car loan? Doesn't a service contract cover the same items as a warranty? I drove the car off the lot and just a few days and miles down the road, the car just quit running. Can I do anything? Is there a "cooling off period" where I can return a car I purchased? ... READ MORE

Consumer Law Product Recall FAQ
Does the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have injury data on particular consumer products that I can see? How can I find out which products have been recalled? If a product I have is recalled, does that mean I should stop using it? If a product I have is recalled, will I get my money back? ... READ MORE

Consumer Law Automobiles and Lemon Law FAQ
A dealer misrepresented a used car as having a remaining factory warranty when it had expired. What can be done? Are lemon law claims made against the dealer or manufacturer? Are the results of an arbitration proceeding in a potential lemon law claim binding on the consumer? Are used cars covered by ... READ MORE

Toyota Recalls Millions of Vehicles
Next to a new home, buying a new or used car is usually one of the biggest purchases for a US consumer. It's a big deal for most of us. Not only because of the money involved, but also because of the stress and worry. Many of us hold onto our cars for many years, so we want to make sure that we're making ... READ MORE

Toyota Road Trips Toward Recall
  Update: Toyota recalls prompt Congress to pass new auto safety legislation Hearings in Congress focus on auto industry regulations Consumer safety recalls at Toyota dealerships Minnesota man claims Toyota's failure to blame for crash   Update Fueled by outrage over the Toyota vehicle recalls, Congress ... READ MORE

Toyota To Fix Millions of Sticky Gas Pedals Mats
In January 2010, Toyota started recalling millions of more vehicles because of sticky gas pedals In 2009, Toyota recalled millions of vehicles sold in the US because faulty floor mats, but the two aren't related, according to Toyota The auto maker announced an almost-immediate US-wide effort to fix both ... READ MORE

Dozens of Toyota Suits May Become a National Suit
Update Toyota received another subpoena requesting information about vehicle defects in June 2010. This time a federal grand jury in New York wanted company documents related to steering defects. Toyota said it’s complying with the subpoena, but it didn’t say which vehicle models were involved. The ... READ MORE

End of Cash for Clunkers Means Steer Clear of Scams
  New government program "Cash for Clunkers" provides consumers with a credit when they replace their old car with a new, more energy-efficient car "Cash for Clunkers" program results in many scam Web sites attempting to get personal information from consumers   President Obama signed the cash for ... READ MORE

Fight Over Right to Repair Law Drives On
When you have car trouble where do you take it to get fixed, the dealership or the neighborhood mechanic or local garage? Do you really have a choice? Maybe not. Car Trouble Imagine this scenario. You notice a problem with your newer car. You decide to take it to the mechanic you've been dealing with ... READ MORE

GM after the Fall What about My Warranty and Parts
With all of the changes in the auto industry, many consumers are wondering what impact the current status of car makers such as General Motors (GM) will have on their warranties and their need for parts. GM and other car makers have undergone major changes over the past year, and these translate to changes ... READ MORE

 

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Unless you are a veterinarian, this is all bare speculation. Moreover, this seems more like efforts to rationalize the real issue, which is, how is it that your parents dog was not on a leash and hit ...Read more

Did you get ill from drinking it? Did you drink it? How did you discover it? You should contact Arizona and report this to them if you have no injuries.  If , in fact, you were made ill as a resu ...Read more

There is something wrong here as pumps should not burn out like that. That the last sentance reveals this is a rental unit also raises some issues about tenant tampering. 

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Landlord Tenant Law in California

Busily micromanaging the residential rental market from Sacramento, our legislators have made landlord-tenant law in California a minefield for landlords. Here’s one mine you might not know abou ... Read more

In PA if you owe money on payday loans can they arrest you?

Q: I have defaulted on 2 pay day loans a couple years ago and tried to work out a payment plan. I have been getting harassing calls and threats that there is a warrant for my arrest. (Butler, PA) ... Read more

CFPB May Crack Down Further on Debt Collectors as Result of Survey – See mo

With nearly $800 billion being held in credit card debt today by US citizens, many still experience harassment by debt collectors daily, despite laws that have been put in place to prevent such activi ... Read more

Is Your Older Child Ready for a Credit Card?

Many of us received our first credit cards before the age of twenty. Credit-card companies often target college-age students, setting up on campus during various events and making getting credit as ea ... Read more

Zanes Law, The Bill Holmes Legacy Fund, and Up With People!

The Top 3 Ways That We Were Able To Change Lives By Partnering With Up With People My wife, Claudia, and I lost a wonderful friend named Bill Holmes on July 18, 2016. We were fortunate to have known B ... Read more

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