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Robert Stempler is a licensed California attorney, rated 10.0 by Avvo.com, published author, talk-show guest, and lecturer, whose practice focuses on protecting consumer rights. In 1992, Robert graduated from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law and was admitted to the California Bar, as a licensed attorney. Robert has written numerous articles in local newspapers, appeared as a guest on various talk programs, and presented at several conferences to consumer attorneys. Robert keeps up with the latest developments in his areas of practice, which is important as new cases and statutes are issued many times each year.
Based in Southern California since 1997, Robert has represented consumers against car dealers, creditors and debt collection agencies, using effective and time-tested court procedures, resulting in typically favorable outcomes for clients, even clients who are sued on credit card debts. Licensed as a California lawyer since 1992, Robert is a qualified, caring, and competent member of the legal community. Your case is important, getting answers to your questions is important, and the end result is important.
Did you purchase or lease a defective car, pickup truck, SUV or motorcycle with the manufacturer's warranty? Have transmission or substantial problems that the dealer has tried to fix? I can probably help you get the manufacturer to buy it back under the lemon law! Stop being frustrated, call Robert right now!
Handling your personal and small business claims under the lemon law and written warranty against major car, truck, and motorcycle manufacturers, like Ford Motor, Lincoln, Chrysler, Fiat, Dodge, Jeep, GM, Chevrolet, Buick, Nissan, VW, Suzuki, Kia, Hyundai, Smart Car, Tesla, Harley Davidson, Yamaha, Suzuki and Victory.
Consumers are also protected by my law firm under the Federal and California laws against debt collection harassment, such as the FDCPA and Rosenthal Act, and from credit reporting privacy violations and credit disputes, under the FCRA and California CCRAA, both individual cases and class actions.
Please be aware of time limits, known as the statute of limitations, so that a lawsuit can be timely filed.