Using The Uniform Commercial Code To Prove Motor Home and RV Defect Cases

Proving Van, Motor Home Product Defect Cases – The UCC Expands Consumer Protections By Expanding Scope Of Liability The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), is the codified set of commercial laws that govern the purchase and sale of “goods” and which include, by definition, the sale of vans, motor homes and other types of recreational vehicles. This Read more…

Arbitrating Motor Home-RV Claims – Types Of Defects – Online Resources

Lemon Law – Arbitrating Motor Home-RV Defect Claims How Is Defect Defined? There are additional consumer protections in some states which legally require the buyer and seller to arbitrate their motor home defect disputes and allows the motor home buyer to pursue not only economic damages, but also punitive damages, assuming the buyer can prove convincing Read more…

Lemon Law – Defective Motor Homes, Recreational Vehicles And High-End Vans

Lemon Law Relating To Motor Homes And Vans – Class A and B Recreational Vehicles It is common for “Motor Homes” to be referred to class A or B type “Recreational Vehicles” (RV’s). This can be confusing. For purposes of this article, we are using the term “Motor Home-RV” to include either A or B Read more…

How To Cancel Your Timeshare Contract – Consumer Beware!

Need For More Consumer Protections While federal and state regulation of the timeshare industry has been in existence for decades, specific regulations concerning the timeshare resell market does not yet provide the buyer with the adequate consumer protections. High Pressure Sales Tactics – Legal Cause To Cancel A Timeshare Contract Timeshare resort companies are legally Read more…

Small Claims Court – Inexpensive Consumer Law Resource

 CLAIMS CLAIMS COURT Small Claims court provides people with an inexpensive way to litigate low-dollar civil disputes quickly, inexpensively and without the need for a lawyer. Most of the time, Small Claims judges are members of the local bar and are themselves practicing lawyers. Not Every Claim Is Suitable For Small Claims For example, in Read more…

Auto Repair – Consumer Tips

Most auto repair shops treat their customers honestly. Others, not so honestly. Here are a few consumer tips to make sure you’re being treated fairly. Be diligent and keep a look out for the following deceptive tactics: Waiting until the vehicle is up on the lift and partially disassembled before getting your authorization to proceed with the Read more…

Moving Company Valuation Methods – Consumers Right To Know

Moving Valuation Methods – What You Need To Know Professional
 household goods movers are required to assume liability
 for the cargo they transport. The level of that liability
is up to you. Most movers offer 4 levels of liability 
and these will be reflected in their tariffs. While valuation
is a form of financial protection, it is Read more…

How Attorney Fees Are Priced – Discount Legal Services – Consumer Rights

Discount Legal Services Not all legal matters require the retention of a high priced law firm. Many types of routine legal tasks and services can just as easily be performed by trained and supervised paralegals rather then by lawyers. Paralegals are customarily supervised by lawyers and can perform many types of standard services at substantial Read more…

Illegal And Abusive Collection Practices – Consumer Rights

Illegal And Abusive Collection Practices The Following Are Considered Abusive And Illegal Collection Practices: Collectors cannot call you at unreasonable hours: The law presumes that 8:00 am -9:00 pm is reasonable. Any time outside this range is presumed to be unreasonable and therefore unlawful in most states. Collectors cannot call you at work, so long Read more…

Foreclosure Protection – Home Affordable Modification Program

Foreclosure Protection – Preventing Default – Home Affordable Modification Program- On February 18, 2009, as part of the governments 789 billion dollar stimulus package, President Obama, unveiled the more then 75 billion dollar foreclosure prevention law intended to assist homeowners in danger of defaulting on their mortgages. The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the U.S. Department of Read more…