What to do about a lemon car?

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Mar, 2019

 

Before lemon laws were enacted, consumers had little recourse but to personally confront dealers and manufacturers of new and used lemon cars. Unfortunately, phone calls and face-to-face encounters with the other party usually did not garner satisfactory results. Businesses did not honor the terms of warranties and ignored or delayed addressing legitimate complaints, and consumers were left with limited choices such as trading in their lemon cars or selling them as-is to a private party. Some relief came when the federal Lemon Law was enacted in 1975 and states now also have some version of an auto Lemon Law.

Krohn & Moss, Ltd, Consumer Law Center was founded in 1995 by attorneys Adam Krohn and Gregory H. Moss to provide legal representation to consumers who have been harmed by fraudulent business practices. Consumers may not be aware of the auto Lemon Law and protection rights available to them, and by contacting a law firm that specializes in consumer advocacy, you will be informed of avenues to fair compensation for problems with lemon cars.

If you feel you have a grievance against a dealer or car manufacturer, make an appointment with us to obtain a free case review. The importance of documentation cannot be overstated. You will be asked to bring or transmit copies of documentation such as the warranty, service contract, repair history, and other related receipts. There may be time constraints that need to be considered for filing a claim. Our team will assess the information, the applicable laws, and remedies available to you. Because of our long history of expertise and nationwide services in numerous states, over 97% of our cases are settled before steps need to be taken to prepare for litigation and many cases have been resolved between the time a notice is filed and the beginning of litigation. State laws differ and every case is unique so you need to find the right attorneys to guide you through the process. For a free case review, contact Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center, www.YourLemonLawRights.com.

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