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FAQ: Can I sue if the defect or problem was unintentional?

Typically, yes. Even if the automaker did not knowingly manufacture, market, and ultimately sell you a defective vehicle, you can generally still hold them accountable. If you file a product liability lawsuit, any negligence or misdeeds on the manufacturer’s part are typically considered irrelevant. If they sell you a defective product, you could take legal

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FAQ: What is the lemon law?

Lemon laws are designed to protect consumers from financial loss if they purchase a faulty product or service that repeatedly fails to meet quality standards. Although a variety of products and services could be found to be defective, the term “lemon” usually refers to motor vehicles, including cars, motorcycles, and trucks. Lemon laws require vehicle

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FAQ: What are the fundamental rights of consumers?

In early 20th century America, consumers had limited rights when it came to purchasing goods and services and were also limited in their ability to defend themselves and pursue damages against businesses and manufacturers that sell faulty products or make misleading claims about their offerings. The basic rights that all American consumers are entitled to

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FAQ: How much can you sue for consumer fraud?

Every case is unique, and the compensation you can seek for consumer fraud will depend on many different factors, including the type of fraud, the damages you suffered, and other factors. If you believe that you have been the victim of consumer fraud, then consult with an experienced consumer fraud attorney right away. If you

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FAQ: What are the most common types of consumer fraud?

Inept or dishonest business practices are common causes of consumer fraud. When businesses and other entities make misleading claims or empty promises regarding a product or service they offer, consumers could be cheated out of their hard-earned money. Common types of consumer fraud include: Identity theft Credit card fraud Debit card fraud Mortgage scams Prize

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FAQ: How do injury laws differ between domestic flights and international flights?

If you are injured in a domestic flight, typically the NTSB or the FAA will investigate the occurrence that caused the injury and issue a report. Internationally this is not the case. Unfortunately, if you are injured in an international flight, depending on where the incident occurs, a local agency that does not have the

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FAQ: What is a “statute of repose” in regards to an aviation accident?

A statute of repose can limit the ability to bring a lawsuit for product defects in various aviation parts, depending on how long it has been used. This means that if the part is older than a pre-determined number of years, it is exempt from a lawsuit if it fails and causes injury. For example,

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FAQ: What are the most common causes of an airplane accident?

The most common causes of airplane crashes involve pilot mistakes or errors and equipment malfunctions. Weather can also play a factor in airplane crashes.

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FAQ: What types of compensation might I be entitled to after an aircraft accident?

If you are injured as a result of an aviation accident due to someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to a number of damages, including: past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, mental anguish, lost wages, lost earning capacity and/or permanent disfigurement or impairment.

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FAQ: What sort of injuries are most common in plane crashes and other aviation accidents?

There are no common injuries in airplane crashes. Aviation accidents can be catastrophic resulting in hundreds of deaths. However, they can also be minimal depending on the nature of the incident. If the plane is on the ground and there is a minor issue, the injuries can be minor in nature. However, when a plane

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