Norman Taylor has been practicing lemon law in California in both state and federal courts since 1987. His firms have compelled some of the largest corporations in the country to refund over one hundred million dollars for defective vehicles which include automobiles, motor homes, boats and motorcycles. Mr. Taylor and his associates are recognized nationally as the leading authorities in the subject. He has been a guest on numerous radio and television programs, including CNN and Daywatch. For information on recent Top Ten defects by manufacture and more, visit our blog.
Lemon Law-The Standard Reference Guide by Norman F. Taylor, presents a nationwide panorama of one of the most powerful consumer laws in the country. This book has an excellent summary of all 50 state’s Lemon Laws. It will simply clarify what the lemon law is. It will easily explain to you, in plain English, how you will know if you have a lemon and guide you through what you can do about it no matter what state you may live in.
This book is used by consumers, dealers and attorneys. It’s important to know you rights without all the legal terms.
Lemon Law-The Standard Reference Guide by Norman F. Taylor.
See what professionals say about this book:
Bruce Wiseman, Author, President & CEO On Target Research
"Norman Taylor has long been known as the leading authority on Lemon Law. So it is altogether fitting that he has written what is nothing less than the definitive work on the subject.
But don't let that phrasing give you pause, because the book is written for the everyday car owner. It's easily understood, wonderfully organized and contains simple real life examples of how to proceed and what to watch out for if you are unfortunate enough to have become the unhappy owner of a "lemon."
Though Taylor practices in California, the book provides an appendix which gives a summary of the lemon law in all fifty states.
If you own a car, you should own a copy of this book. It's the kind of thing you hope you never need. But if you do, this is an empowering source of both knowledge and action."
Ed Masry Esq.
"This book takes a very real look at the misery that consumers endure whose lemon cars and RVs force them to take on the manufacturers. When you read the book, you will learn all the tricks employed by manufacturers and dealers to deprive you of your rights." –Ed Masry Esq. Lead Attorney in the landmark case, Hinkley v. PG&E; profiled in the film, Erin Brockovich.
Rosemary Shahan, Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety
"This book is an excellent guide for auto owners to help them figure out if their car is coming down with "lemonitis", and what can be done to get it cured-or get another lemonitis-free automobile."
There are many reasons to read this book.
For example, ask yourself these questions:
Read Chapters 1, 2 and 3, the Lemon Stories and learn that the delay is not an accident.
"I think I have a lemon. How can I be sure?"
Read Chapter 8, "How Can I Tell If my Vehicle Is a Lemon? Find out exactly how impaired "use", "value" and "safety" are the key issues to determining if your car is a lemon.
"Automobile manufacturers are billion dollar companies. How can I fight them? They have hundreds of lawyers. How can I afford to sue?"
See Chapter 4, A Brief History of Lemon Law and Chapter 5, The Need For Lemon Law, and Chapter 12, Litigation. You can afford to sue if you have a lemon. Many state legislatures knew this was a problem and made laws that allowed the consumer's attorney to be able to collect fees directly from the manufacturer.