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How One Of California’s Fastest Growing Law Firms, Quill & Arrow LLP, Is Making a Difference For Consumers With Defective Cars

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How One Of California’s Fastest Growing Law Firms, Quill & Arrow LLP, Is Making a Difference For Consumers With Defective Cars

December 22
17:50 2022
Kevin Jacobson and Jonathan Shirian founded a law firm with an aggressive attitude. Quill & Arrow’s assertive approach to California’s Lemon Law grants them the ability to win a case and maximize the potential recovery in doing so.

California, United States – Right at the brink of the COVID-19 pandemic, founders Kevin Jacobson and Jonathan Shirian opened Quill & Arrow LLP with one mission in mind: to revolutionize the legal industry by bringing power back into the hands of California consumers. Despite the inevitable hindrances that followed, their devotion to bringing justice for their clients remained unwavering: today, Quill & Arrow has grown from just 3 to a team of over 80 employees, labeling it one of the state’s largest Lemon Law firms.

Since 1966, over 350 million vehicles have been recalled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Today, it’s estimated that over 150,000 vehicles sold in the state are considered to be ‘lemons,’ otherwise defined as a vehicle with issues under warranty that have gone unrepaired after a reasonable number of repair attempts.

“Nothing you buy in life is supposed to be perfect, but some vehicles are outright defective and seem to spend more time in the repair shop than on the road,” says managing partner Kevin Jacobson. “Once these issues seem to be irreparable by the dealership, that is where our firm comes in.”

Fortunately, California has adopted legislation that allows consumers to receive the reparations they deserve. By enacting the Song-Beverly act – commonly known as the ‘Lemon Law’ – California consumers can benefit from much-deserved compensation, solely by proving that their vehicle is a lemon.

Kevin Jacobson unveils the difficult truths that California consumers face when obtaining such proof. “Car manufacturers have historically used countless methods to avoid buying back their consumers’ faulty vehicles,” he says. “Our clients have been intentionally misled by dealerships who try to convince them that their car’s issues have been fixed, or weren’t verified in the first place.

“These are some of the biggest manufacturers in the world that our clients are forced to go up against,” Mr. Jacobson explains, “including Ford, Chrysler, General Motors, and Tesla, just to name a few. Thankfully, the Song-Beverly Act was introduced to level out the playing field.”

Unfortunately, many law firms simply don’t have the capacity to go the distance against these manufacturers. These law firms lack the manpower or the knowledge necessary to properly litigate these complex cases. Instead, they resort to accepting a settlement value with the intention of merely moving on from the case.

While Quill & Arrow strives to settle cases as soon as possible, the firm understands that some cases require extra effort and attention. Their clients – by large – recoup significantly more than what they paid for their cars, in settlements and verdicts, by targeting not just vehicle values, but additional civil penalties as well.

About Quill & Arrow:

Quill & Arrow Law specializes in tirelessly pursuing California’s Lemon Law cases. Their hyper-focused litigation style evens out the playing field against large automakers. Clients don’t have to pay a cent to get their cases handled. Thankfully, if Quill & Arrow wins your case, their fees and costs will be paid by the auto manufacturer.

With a successful history going against the world’s largest brand names, an industry-noted aggressive attitude, and a team of experienced attorneys, Quill & Arrow is revolutionizing California’s Lemon Law Landscape one case at a time.

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Company Name: Quill & Arrow LLP
Contact Person: Kristina Grodz
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Phone: 310-933-4271
Country: United States