California Consumer Attorneys, P.C. Celebrates Landmark Victory in Lemon Law Trial

California Consumer Attorneys, P.C. Celebrates Landmark Victory in Lemon Law Trial

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Los Angeles, California – California Consumer Attorneys, P.C. (“CCA”) is thrilled to announce a significant victory in a recent lemon law trial, marking a milestone in consumer protection and legal advocacy. The trial underscores the firm’s unwavering commitment to championing consumers’ rights and holding manufacturers accountable for defective products.

In this Trial, CCA attorneys Michael H. Rosenstein and James P. Martinez represented Akop Terzian, who had purchased a defective 2019 BMW 850i that exhibited persistent mechanical issues despite numerous repair attempts by the manufacturer. Under the lemon law statutes, consumers are entitled to a replacement vehicle or a refund if their vehicle suffers from substantial defects that impair its safety, value, or use.

Throughout the trial, CCA’s lawyers meticulously presented compelling evidence demonstrating the extent of the defects and the manufacturer’s failure to rectify them adequately. Leveraging their expertise in lemon law litigation and years of trial experience, the firm’s attorneys skillfully navigated complex legal proceedings, advocating tirelessly on behalf of their client.

The verdict, delivered in favor of Mr. Terzian, not only secures justice for the individual but also sets a precedent for future cases involving similar circumstances. CCA’s success in this trial exemplifies their proficiency in navigating the intricate nuances of lemon law, providing clients with effective legal representation and recourse against corporate negligence. This result was particularly significant because BMW never offered a reasonable settlement to Mr. Terzian before the trial.

”We are immensely gratified by the outcome of this trial,” said Michael Rosenstein, a partner at CCA. “Our client’s perseverance in seeking justice serves as a testament to the importance of consumer rights protection. This victory reinforces our dedication to advocating for individuals who have been adversely impacted by defective vehicles.” CCA remains steadfast in its commitment to upholding the rights of consumers and ensuring accountability within the automotive industry. Their track record of success in lemon law cases underscores their reputation as a premier legal resource for individuals facing challenges with defective vehicles.

For more information about CCA and its legal services, visit www.thelemonfirm.com or contact Seth Manders at (310) 872-2600.

California Central District Court
Akop Terzian v. BMW of North America, LLC et al
Case Number: 2:22-cv-02454

California Consumer Attorneys, P.C. is a leading consumer law practice that represents clients throughout California. From its offices in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Sacramento, CCA’s mission is to hold major manufacturers accountable for failing to repair vehicles or stand behind their promise of selling quality products.

California Consumer Attorneys, P.C.
10866 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 1200 L
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 872-2600
Press Contact : Seth Manders

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