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Lemon Law Site Wins Award

lemonlaw2Californialemonlawpros.com- a website providing information on consumer rights, lemon law changes, and car-buying; was honored as one of the best legal websites in the nation in an independent study recently completed by Worldclassmedia.com.

The site specifically provides content Norman Taylor's books on the Lemon Law.

The site, which is operated by the consumer advocacy firm of Norman Taylor and Associates, received a Gold award and ranked among the top ten law firm websites done by World Class Media. Norman Taylor & Associates website is one of two websites (NormanTaylor.com and CaliforniaLemonLawPros.com) representing California Lemon Law firms and the only lemon law firm honored in the competition. The study was based on five criteria: design, content, usability, interactivity and the ability to answer consumer's questions.