Bring on Goliath: Lemon Law Justice in America

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All of us face the inevitable car buying experience. And each of us silently prays that our vehicle will be free of problems — that we do not wind up with the proverbial LEMON.

Lemons have existed since cars started rolling off assembly lines 100 years ago. Although state and federal consumer protection laws have been enacted, the cunning auto industry has found ways to circumvent its responsibilities. Motivated by profit, it has set up obstacles to thwart lemon owners from seeking resolution — all for the sake of frustrating buyers to either go away or accept something far less than owed.

“Bring on Goliath” is Attorney Vince Megna’s exposé of the errant auto industry, the “Giant,” as he calls it. For nearly 14 years, he has successfully fought this Giant, representing car buyers from all walks of life. Armed with laws, his most powerful weapon turns out to be his undying determination to fight for justice. Megna is a David crusading against one of the largest Goliaths ever. His winning record will make you stand and cheer. Gripping, informative, revealing and at times, laugh-out-loud funny.

2 thoughts on “Bring on Goliath: Lemon Law Justice in America

  1. Eric K. Hanzel
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    Education for the hapless consumer., September 26, 2003
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    Eric K. Hanzel (New York, USA) –
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    This review is from: Bring on Goliath: Lemon Law Justice in America (Hardcover)

    I have owned a lemon. Had I known more about the lemon law I would have been able to take some action against the manufacturer. Instead the big car makers profited further by my need to purchase another one of their peices of junk to replace my first lemon. What’s the difference between taking a $20 defective clock radio back to Wal Mart and taking a $20,000 defective car back to the dealer or GM? NOTHING! Yet the average consumer is intimidated by the thought of such a daunting task. When they do get fed up with a defective product they payed a years salary for and try to get satisfaction from the dealer or manufacturer on their own, they get a hearty “screw you”. This book is about what everyone should know. Don’t be taken advantage of like I was, buy this book. Entertaining and informative.

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    Michael Moore with a Law Degree, September 23, 2003
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    “netguy21″ (Wisconsin) –

    This review is from: Bring on Goliath: Lemon Law Justice in America (Hardcover)

    When I read Bring on Goliath, I couldn’t help thinking back to Roger and Me, Michael Moore’s first film about General Motors. The auto industry will hate this book. It reveals an anti-consumer corporate attitude that is revolting. This is the type of book I would expect from Moore if he were a lawyer. Vince Megna uses the courts, instead of videotape, to take on the auto industry. Goliath is a very interesting anti-corporate read from a unique perspective. A+

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