With the nation's meteorologists expecting frigid temperatures this winter, we need to be ready for the unexpected.
Nearly six million American will have their vehicle repossessed in 2017. Last year over twenty-six percent of all auto loans nationwide were subprime or "deep subprime." These loans carry very high interest rates that reach upwards to 25%. Unfortunately, many of these loans will end in repossession.
The sound of screeching tires, the scream of a kid, the wail of an ambulance are sounds none of us want to hear this summer. Unless we slow down on the gas pedal, look cautiously at crosswalks and share the road vigilantly with cars and bicycles, the chance of harm is ever greater, according to Dani Liblang, principal of the Liblang Law Firm in Birmingham
"Subprime auto loans are often treachery," said Dani Liblang, principle of The Liblang Law Firm, P.C.in Birmingham. Liblang filed court charges against a used car dealer who bilked a customer with a "dirty Durango deal" and continues to fight against resolution for almost two years.
Martindale-Hubbell® has confirmed that attorney Dani Liblang, founder of The Liblang Law Firm, P.C. has received the AV Preeminent Rating, Martindale-Hubbell's highest possible rating for both ethical standards and legal ability. For over twelve consecutive years, Attorney Liblang has received this honor.
Research internet car deals before you leap. With students throughout Michigan receiving cash for graduation, the temptation to buy a used car online is intoxicating. The number of deals are plentiful and availability spreads across the U.S.A. with the click of a mouse. But there's a danger of buying in haste and repenting in leisure, according to Dani Liblang, founder of The Liblang Law Firm P.C.