Jury Awards Orange County Resident $104,916 for Defective RV Roof

On August 23, 2016, an Orange County California Superior Court jury returned a verdict in favor of an Orange County resident who owns a 2014 Keystone Carbon RV.  At issue was whether the owner of the RV was entitled to damages pursuant to the California Lemon Law due to a defective roof on the RV.  After a four day jury trial, the jury awarded the owner actual damages of $59,916.08 against defendants Keystone RV Company and Mike Thompson Recreational Vehicles and a civil penalty of $45,000.00 against Keystone RV Company. David Farrell of the The Law Offices of David J. Farrell represented the owner at trial.  The case is Pyle v. Keystone RV Company, Mike Thompson Recreational Vehicle, et al., Orange County Superior Court case no. 30-2015-00793373-CU-BC-CJC.

Written by David Farrell

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