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Krohn & Moss, Ltd. attorney, Scott M. Cohen, named 2015 Illinois Super Lawyer by Thomson Reuters

Scott M. Cohen of Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® has been selected to the 2015 Illinois Super Lawyers list. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a…

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Understanding The Lemon Law For New Cars

Each state varies when it comes to determining if a vehicle is a lemon. However, there are general guidelines that let consumers know if they need to take up an issue with either a manufacturer or a dealership. It is easier to enact the lemon law for a new car, but used vehicles are also…

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Know Your Rights! A Win For Krohn & Moss And The Broomes Against General Motors

Aug 20, 2014

Lemon laws are designed to protect consumers from struggling with a defective vehicle. If your vehicle qualifies for relief under either state or federal law, you may be eligible for compensation from the manufacturer. We believe that knowing the “ins and outs” of both state and federal law made the difference in the following case:…

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Apr 21, 2014

Sheffield Village, Ohio (Lorain County) 05/13/10. Attorney Dave Tannehill of Krohn & Moss, Ltd. won his second consecutive trial in a warranty case involving a defective leased car against Chrysler Financials. Dave Tannehill prevailed over Chrysler Financials’ top trial attorneys in the Lorain County Court of Common Pleas (trial court) and convinced the jury to…

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Toyota Loses Unintended Acceleration Claim – Victims Awarded $3 Million

Toyota Motor Corp. was ordered to pay $3 million in an Oklahoma case claiming a defect in a Camry caused the vehicle to unintentionally accelerate, leading to an accident that left one woman dead and another injured.According to the plaintiffs’ attorney, the jury awarded $1.5 million for each claim. The jury found the Camry’s electronic…

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Honda Settles Class Action Lawsuit for Excessive Oil Burning Claim

American Honda Motor Co. recently settled a class-action lawsuit that alleged it manufactured 1,593,755 defective vehicles that excessively burn oil and require frequent spark plug replacements. The settlement pertains to all U.S. purchasers and lessees of 2008-12 Accords, 2008-13 Odysseys, 2009-13 Pilots, 2010-11 Accord Crosstours and 2012 Crosstour vehicles equipped with six-cylinder engines that have…

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