Not All Lemon Law Firms Are Equal
The very thought of a plane being a Lemon can be terrifying, and pursuing a Plane as a lemon is the ultimate test of a Lemon Law Firm. As you compare firms looking for the right Lemon Law Attorney, you will find that very few pursue defective planes. Most firms simply don’t have the resolve, experience or knowledge necessary to accept a client with a plane that may be a Lemon.
The Law Offices of Robert Mobasseri specializes in Consumer Law. Your case will be attended to by experienced Trial Lawyers with an in-house research and development department that will exhaustively research every detail of your case and spare no expense to make sure that you receive the highest settlement possible. While we strive to get you a fair settlement as quickly as possible, we will not hesitate to take the manufacturer of a defective plane or component to court if you are not properly compensated.
The Federal Lemon Law (Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) regulates the content of written consumer warranties and creates a federal right of action for breaches of express and implied warranties. To be argued properly, the act requires that the Lemon Plane must be a “consumer product” that is “used for personal, family or household purposes” that are “not uncommon”. Our Consumer Lemon Law Firm is located in Los Angeles; one of the few places the base criteria for the Federal Lemon Law is arguable in court. It is not uncommon in California to fly to Catalina, San Diego or Palm Springs for the Weekend, San Francisco for dinner or Mammoth for a bit of Skiing. Located in downtown Los Angeles, We are a short drive from both the Van Nuys and Santa Monica airfields.
If you think that your plane may be a Lemon, don’t hesitate to give us a call at (888) 536-6628 to set up a FREE consultation or discuss your possible case with one of our Experienced Lemon Law Lawyers.
In addition to The Federal Lemon Law you may be protected and entitled to compensation under unfair or deceptive acts or practices (UDAP) statutes, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), The federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), and Common Law Claims such as fraud, negligent misrepresentation, breach of contract, civil conspiracy, money had and received, unjust enrichment, deceit, constructive trust, and rescission.