Kaiser Gornick LLP Announces the Filing of a Class Action Lawsuit Against Ford Motor Company
11/20/2013

Kaiser Gornick LLP announces that it has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of all persons who purchased or leased a Ford vehicle in California and were charged for excessive damage and/or wear and tear when returning the vehicle pursuant to California’s Lemon Law.

Online PR News – 20-November-2013 – San Francisco, CA – Kaiser Gornick LLP announces that it has filed a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California ( Sansoe et al., v. Ford Motor Company, Case No. 4:13-cv-05043-PJH ) on behalf of all persons who purchased or leased a Ford vehicle in California and were charged for excessive damage and/or wear and tear when returning the vehicle pursuant to California’s Lemon Law.

Under California’s Lemon Law, when a car manufacturer repurchases or replaces a vehicle, it is prohibited from taking a deduction for use of the vehicle other than that specified in a statutory mileage formula. A car manufacturer violates the Lemon Law by charging an owner or lessee any amount for use of the vehicle other than the mileage formula.

This class action seeks to cease Ford’s business practice of charging California vehicle owners and lessees, or requiring them to pay third parties, for excessive damage and/or wear and tear to lemon vehicles.

For more information regarding this class action, please visit www.lemonlawcalif.com/" target="_blank" class="highlight_link" rel="nofollow">http://www.lemonlawcalif.com/, contact Nicholas A. Deming toll-free at (800) 824-8234, or by email at ndeming@kasiergornick.com. To learn more about Kaiser Gornick LLP visit our website at www.kaisergornick.com" target="_blank" class="highlight_link" rel="nofollow">http://www.kaisergornick.com>.

Kaiser Gornick LLP is a national product liability law firm committed to representing plaintiff’s interests and leveling the playing field for individuals harmed by defective products.

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