Eight months into the lease of her 2014 C250, Anzhelina Maronyan returned her car seven times for numerous defects which affected the Bluetooth features in the car and the operation of the emergency brake. The two power sockets in the car never had power to them.
After a six day trial, the verdict ordered Mercedes Benz to return all of Ms. Maronyan’s out of pocket expenses to her and to pay her litigation costs and attorneys fees.
“These victories for our clients bring great satisfaction to us as consumer litigation attorneys” – said Ellen Turnage, a lead counsel in this case.
[Ellen E. Turnage, an attorney with Hyde & Swigart, focuses on Lemon Law Litigation, Automobile Fraud and unfair and deceptive business practices on behalf of consumers. She has practiced consumer and employment litigation for the past 18 years. You can access her profile HERE.]
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