Oceanside, California Attorney Sues Toyota in Lemon Law Lawsuit Prominent Southern California consumer rights attorney files another lemon law lawsuit against Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. alleging that Toyota was unable to repair the steering and braking defects in a 2012 Toyota Corolla automobile. Oceanside, California (I- Newswire) July 09, 2012 - Prominent Southern California lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. has announced the filing of another defective automobile lawsuit. The lawsuit, Ramirez v. Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., et al, was filed in California's San Diego County Superior Court on June 19, 2012 (Case No. 37-2012-00054566). It is the latest in a string of defective vehicle lawsuits that the Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. has filed against automobile manufacturers and Southern California dealerships this year. COMPLAINT ALLEGES TOYOTA COROLLA SUFFERS FROM SAFETY DEFECT The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Oceanside, California consumer Jose Ramirez, who alleges in his complaint that earlier this year he purchased a brand new 2012 Toyota Corolla from a San Diego County Toyota dealership. Thereafter, he alleges that the Corolla manifested a defect that causes its steering and braking systems to malfunction, and which resulted in the vehicle being unsafe to drive. He alleges that he took the automobile to Toyota's authorized repair facility three times for repair of the defect under the car's warranty, but that Toyota was unable to fix the problem. The complaint alleges that Toyota violated California's lemon law by failing to repair Mr. Ramirez' automobile within a reasonable number of attempts. Mr. Ramirez is seeking a court order compelling Toyota to issue a lemon law buyback for the Toyota Corolla, to pay a civil penalty, and awarding him his attorney's fees and costs. More information about the Ramirez v. Toyota lemon law lawsuit can be found on the Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq.'s Website. The San Diego County Superior Court has not yet to determine whether or not Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. (the company that issued the warranty for Mr. Ramirez's Toyota Corolla) violated the law or committed any wrongdoing, and Toyota is expected to deny all liability when it answers the complaint. OCEANSIDE LEMON LAW ATTORNEY LOOKING FOR OTHER TOYOTA COROLLA OWNERS The Oceanside, California lemon law lawyer representing Mr. Ramirez has announced that he is currently attempting to locate and talk to other 2012 Toyota Corolla owners whose vehicle suffered from similar defects or malfunctions. He is asking any 2012 Toyota Corolla owners who have experienced chronic steering or braking problems to call him toll free at 1-855-4- LEMON- LAW (1-855-453-6665). Toyota Corolla owners can click here to visit the Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq.'s website.
Additional Resources About Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq.: California lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. represents consumers in California lemon law, car dealer fraud, and breach of automobile warranty lawsuits. At the Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. we are expert California consumer protection lawyers who know the ins and outs of California's judicial system. We represent consumers throughout California in lawsuits filed under California's lemon law and other consumer protection statutes. The Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. offers FREE consultations in California lemon law and auto fraud cases. Call us toll free at (858) 674-4100 to speak to one of the most trusted, experienced, aggressive lemon law attorneys in San Diego County, California. Company Contact Information: Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. Michael R. Vachon, Esq. 17150 Via Del Campo Suite 204 92127 Phone: (858) 674-4100 Published in: Transportation Tags: california lemon law Toyota Corolla Oceanside Attorney Published on: July 09, 2012 Original Source: Oceanside, California Attorney Sues Toyota in Lemon Law Lawsuit
Published on Jul 9, 2012
COMPLAINT ALLEGES TOYOTA COROLLA SUFFERS FROM SAFETY DEFECT The complaint alleges that Toyota violated California's lemon law by failing to...