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Scott Kaufman’s Legal Cases

7 total

  • Sanbrook v. Office Depot

    Practice Area:
    Lemon Law
    Outcome:
    Case settles where all class members are entitled to a refund of most of the unused portion of their service contracts. NO Coupons.
    Description:
    Consumer buys a computer and an extended 24/7/365 service contract for on or off site repair. Computer needs service and Office Depot refuses to fix off site and later refuses to fix in house. Class action is brought re: fraud for this service contract.
  • Liu v. BMW, et al

    Practice Area:
    Lemon Law
    Outcome:
    BMW buys back fire damaged car and refunds all Plaintiff's money.
    Description:
    Plaintiff purchases a certified BMW. Within a few months the steering fails and it is engulfed in flames. BMW refuses to buy it back offering $1,500.00 in cash IF Plaintiff buys ANOTHER BMW.
  • Jimenez v. Kawasaki

    Practice Area:
    Lemon Law
    Outcome:
    Plaintiff wins $5,000.00 and does not have to return bike.
    Description:
    Client buys new Kawasaki ninja bike. Engine quits within 3 months. Kawasaki takes 47 days to "fix." Client believes it is not fixed and asks Kawasaki for repurchase. Kawasaki refuses to buy it back and suit is filed. Kawasaki defends through trial with a "SuperLawyer" from Irvine, CA.
  • Camargo v. Triumph Motorcycle

    Practice Area:
    Lemon Law
    Date:
    Jul 05, 2012
    Outcome:
    Plaintiff's recovery
    Description:
    Client had a lemon bike from day one. Triumph was unable and unwilling to repair. After fighting the case for a solid two years my firm was brought in to try the case and Triumph blinked, 3 days before trial, paying 150% of the purchase price to consumer for the lemon bike.
  • Baty v. Ford

    Practice Area:
    Lemon Law
    Date:
    Mar 18, 2013
    Outcome:
    Favorable Settlement for Consumer
    Description:
    Client had a problem Mustang. After a few months of litigation Ford offered enough money in a settlement for client to keep the vehicle (with a new engine and new tranny) pay off his loan and sell it if he chooses for more than he had paid into it to date.
  • Valencia v. Elite Motors

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Date:
    Apr 02, 2013
    Outcome:
    Favorable settlement for consumer
    Description:
    Consumer sold a vehicle without catalytic converter in it. Based on a strong pre-suit letter dealer repurchased the vehicle, paid maintenance expenses and attorney fees.
  • Chuvichien v. Cars of Clovis

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Date:
    Dec 28, 2012
    Outcome:
    Favorable settement for consumer
    Description:
    Dealer advertised (lemon) vehicle at a price certain and then charged consumer almost 50% markup on the price based on her alleged poor credit rating. This is unlawful in CA. Dealer repurchased the vehicle from consumer, paid her attorneys and agreed to a legal injunction against the practice.