Don’t Pay Out of Pocket for a Lemon Law Lawyer!

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Jun, 2016

 

How much money do you need to give a lemon law lawyer to retain their services? Nothing! Did you just gasp in disbelief? Some lawyers that practice consumer law will charge you ridiculous upfront fees to take your case, of course if you are already struggling because a dealer has taken advantage of you, coming with those initial fees can be impossible. It becomes a cycle of despair. You can’t pay a lawyer to help you fight against the dealer that ripped you off because the dealer has all your money!

FREE, FREE, FREE

You can get a case evaluation for FREE!  You can secure a lemon law attorney for free! A highly experienced attorney can review your case without any charge than make an arrangement with you to get paid when your cases settles based on the information in your case. This can:

   *   Get the ball rolling on your case

   *   Save you from having to come up with any money to pay for a lawyer

There are some attorneys that are completely confident in their ability to get your matter settled, so confident in fact that they are willing to take your case on a contingency basis which means, you don’t win they don’t get paid!  It is a great deal, that anyone in this situation should jump on.

No Risk to You

For you it is a win-win situation. You get legal advice and support without any risk. You do not have to pay for the services so you have no financial investment in the case.  Whatever the case settles for the attorney takes a percentage of but ultimately the risk lies with the attorney not with you.

Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® offers free case review and contingency agreements to represent you in our lemon law manner. They can handle cases around the country! Contact www.yourlemonlawrights.com to know more about lemon law lawyer.

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