Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Why You Should Opt Out of the Ford Focus / Fiesta Class Action

The rights of 1.5 million Ford Focus and Ford Fiesta owners and lessees are about to be affected by a class action settlement in California. It could cut Ford owners off from $1,000s in damages, attorney fees, and costs. Find out why you should opt out of the Ford Focus / Fiesta Class Action before the September 5, 2017 deadline.

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Ford Fusion, Fiesta Class Action Deadline: Sept. 5

Do you have a Ford Fusion or Ford Fiesta? Have you been having trouble with your PowerShift transmission? You may be under the gun to get proper compensation for this important vehicle defect.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Stranded Brides and Their Consumer Protection Options

Last month, nationwide bridal salon Alfred Angelo closed its doors unexpectedly upon filing for bankruptcy. Now it appears these brides and bridesmaids won’t get their dresses. Do stranded brides have any Consumer Protection options?

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Are Smart Bikes the Answer to Self-Driving Cars?

Self-driving cars will be hitting the roads in Michigan sooner than you may think. But will they be safe for cyclists? One scientist says the answer may be smart bikes that talk directly to the autonomous vehicles.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Can You Be Charged for Canceling a Gym Membership?

For some Michigan residents, a gym membership can be the gift that keeps on giving. But if you have to move, cut costs, or simply change gyms it can sometimes be difficult to cancel that obligation. Gyms can pressure members to renew or modify their agreements, and even threaten cancellation fees or penalties. But the Michigan Attorney General says sometimes these tactics can cross the line of consumer protection laws.