He and his firms have handled tens of thousands of cases and have forced manufacturers to buy back hundreds of millions in defective consumer goods...
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 28, 2012
Californialemonlawpros.com- a website providing information on consumer rights, lemon law changes, and car-buying; was honored as one of the best legal websites in the nation in an independent study recently completed by Worldclassmedia.com.
The site specifically provides content Norman Taylor's books on the Lemon Law.
The site, which is operated by the consumer advocacy firm of Norman Taylor and Associates, received a Gold award and ranked among the top ten law firm websites done by World Class Media. Norman Taylor & Associates website is one of two websites (NormanTaylor.com and CaliforniaLemonLawPros.com) representing California Lemon Law firms and the only lemon law firm honored in the competition. The study was based on five criteria: design, content, usability, interactivity and the ability to answer consumer's questions.
In his review,Charles Verhoeff called Californialemonlawpros.com "a well-marketed effort, complete with some bells, whistles and all the data you need to see." The site includes a number of user-friendly features, including a simple download to answer all Frequently Asked Lemon Law Questions, the book covering the majority of California Lemon Law Rules to deal with service managers, a CA Lemon Law worksheet to prevent purchasing a problematic used car, recent consumers news stories, lemon links to other useful websites.
Norman Taylor & Associates has provided cost-free lemon law and consumer help to more than 20,000 consumers across California. In the last two decades, his firms have helped their clients recover more than $100 million from automobile manufacturers.
Legal Stuff: Norman Taylor is a California-licensed attorney, has been involved in Lemon Law cases for the last twenty five years. His site prohibits vendor sponsorship, advertising or affiliations of any kind. Mr. Taylor does not sell products to any firms nor paying clients.