California’s Lemon Law #infographic

California’s Lemon Law, originally called Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, is placed to protect anyone who has purchased a defective vehicle. This law entitles consumers to a refund of the money spent on the car, or to have their defective vehicle replaced at no cost. However, for this to apply there are some requirements the car must fulfill. The most important of these parameters is having a manufacturer’s warranty for the automobile in question.

Moreover, this infographic by Neale & Fhima presents the kind of substantial defects protected by the Lemon Law. These problems are generally related to the safety of the car. Hence, if you believe that you own a Lemon, it’s important that you notify the manufacturer and that you keep all the records pertaining to your vehicle. To make sure your automobile is covered by this law and you get a refund or a replacement, you can contact a Lemon Law attorney.

An infographic by Attorneys Neale & Fhima.

10-minute guide to Knee Replacement #Infographic #Arthritis

When a person has end-stage arthritis of the knee, a condition where bones begin to rub on each other, mobility can become extremely painful. In such cases, knee replacement surgery remains the only option that can bring back the quality of life and a pain-free existence. Knee replacement procedure has evolved significantly over several decades and has now become a relatively risk-free surgical procedure. New techniques and implants are enabling a near-perfect knee motion vis-à-vis the natural knee movement. Different types of implants exist that give a much greater range of motion and stability to the knee. Advances in materials used for implants promise a longer shelf-life of the artificial knee, thus avoiding the need for a revision surgery. With ever increasing disease and disability burden due to orthopedic ailments such as arthritis, knee replacement procedure can be the savior. Here’s an infographic that shows how Knee Replacement has evolved over the years, major techniques used and other useful information about the procedure.

An infographic by Healthclues.