Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) July 16, 2008
OhioLemonLawInfo.com has re-launched, bringing new, timely information and advice to Ohio car owners plagued by auto repairs and mishaps caused by poor repairs, workmanship, manufacturing or design.
The Ohio lemon law establishes the responsibility of manufacturers to consumers to repair or replace habitually defective vehicles. The law also contains a series of established procedures for consumers and manufacturers to follow.
Unfortunately, some manufacturers and dealerships are less than forthcoming about their responsibilities as detailed by Ohio lemon law. OhioLemonLawInfo.com attempts to build the knowledge base of car owners in order to level the playing field between manufacturers and consumers. The website features a complete copy of current the Ohio lemon law for visitor reference. In addition to the letter of the law, the website features interpretations of the ordinances as defined by a pair of experienced Ohio lemon lawyers.
OhioLemonLawInfo.com is the creation of David Levin and Mitchel Luxenburg, a pair of lawyers with considerable experience in Ohio lemon law cases and consumer protection litigation. These Ohio lemon lawyers have pooled their expertise to create a resource for consumers. They present an overview of the typical dispute resolution process and answer common questions about lemon law litigation and consumer fraud.
Along with an in-depth treatment of the Ohio lemon law, the website contains other useful information on a variety of topics related to the sale and repair of automobiles. Fraudulent dealer practices, spot delivery issues, bait-and-switch sales tactics, invalid warranties and contracts, and failure to disclose relevant vehicle history issues are all addressed by the re-launched OhioLemonLawInfo.com site.
Informative articles further increase the site's utility to the Ohio car-buying public. A representative article covers the process of informal dispute resolution, a state-required process that consumers must complete before having the option to pursue litigation. Although focused on the Ohio lemon law, other subjects include working with an auto dealership, vehicle recalls and technical service bulletins.
For more information, please call 440-364-1869 or visit http://www.ohiolemonlawinfo.com.
David B. Levin