California lemon law attorney Michael Vachon, LL.M. has reached a settlement with Bunnin Buick Pontiac GMC in a lawsuit alleging falsification of down payments. The lawsuit was titled Adame v. Bunnin Buick GMC, Inc., and was filed by California lemon law lawyer Michael Vachon, LL.M. on behalf of a Ventura, California consumer in Ventura County Superior Court. The Defendant, Bunnin Buick Pontiac GMC, is an Oxnard, CA automotive dealership. Under the settlement, Bunnin Buick GMC will pay damages to the plaintiff as well as attorney’s fees to plaintiff’s counsel. Pursuant to the settlement agreement, the lawsuit will be dismissed without any admission of liability.
California lemon law attorney Michael Vachon, LL.M., in addition to specializing in California lemon law cases, is an expert litigator of car dealer fraud and other consumer protection lawsuits. This case was another success for California lemon law lawyer Michael Vachon, LL.M., who states that falsification of down payments cases are becoming one of the more common non-California lemon law case litigated by the Law Office of Michael Vachon, LL.M.
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More Than Just a California Lemon Law Lawyer
California Lemon Law Attorney Michael Vachon, LL.M. understands the complexities of consumer protection and car dealer fraud cases, and stands ready to assist victimized consumers. This settlement with Bunnin Buick Pontiac GMC is but one example of the Law Office of Michael Vachon, LL.M.’s multiple successes in dealing with consumer fraud allegedly perpetrated by car dealers in California. Lemon laws are not the only way of forcing car dealerships to repurchase a lemon vehicle. California law lawyer Michael Vachon, LL.M. has substantial experience dealing all forms of car dealer fraud and breach of warranty.
Consumers who think that they have been victimized by a California car dealership should call California lemon law attorney Michael Vachon, LL.M. at (855) 4-LEMON-LAW for a free consultation to discuss their legal rights.