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Archive for ‘dealerships’


The Importance Of The Repair Invoice In A Lemon Law Claim

August 28, 2015 By: LemonLaw Category: dealerships, records

We have covered this topic in our Lemon Law blog before but it certainly bears repeating. The key to a strong Lemon Law or breach of warranty claims lies in the warranty repair invoices. These invoices, which should identify problem, fix, mileage in, mileage out, and days out of service; provide the most effective evidence… Read More


In For Repeated Repairs? How Do You Deal With The Dealer?

January 29, 2014 By: Admin Category: Car Lemon Law, dealerships, service managers, TV interview

  It’s one of the most common questions we receive.  How to I deal with my dealer’s service department to make sure my problem is being treated seriously?  And what can I do to protect myself and make sure I have a strong Lemon Law or breach of warranty claim if the problem is not/cannot… Read More


Three Big Blunders Lemon Owners Make

February 18, 2011 By: LemonLaw Category: Car Lemon Law, dealerships, Defective Car

We get all sorts of calls at 1-800 LEMON LAW and after handling over 65,000 cases, we certainly know the right way and the wrong way to handle a lemon car.  Of course, there are those consumers who call, ask us a million questions, and then go against our advice and move ahead with what… Read More


The “Can Not Duplicate” Conundrum

March 27, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: Consumer Rights, dealerships, Defective Car, maintenance, records, repair invoices, Warranty

More and more consumers are calling into the 1-800 LEMON LAW hotline with a problem that “can not be duplicated” by the service department.  Whether it be braking, a sensor light, an alignment issue or a strange noise in the engine, nothing is more frustrating than having a well-intentioned service adviser tell you that they… Read More


Dealing with Dealers Closing Their Doors

December 11, 2008 By: LemonLaw Category: Auto Bailout, Car Lemon Law, Craig Thor Kimmel, dealerships

As we await word on if/how the government will bail out the big three, we continue to see car dealers close their doors in record numbers as a result of this troubling economy.  And these are not fly-by-night agencies mind you; these are long-standing, highly respected dealerships that have been running in some cases for… Read More


Dealing with the Dealer

August 26, 2008 By: LemonLaw Category: Car Lemon Law, dealerships, service managers, Warranty

Throughout this blog, you may find a few statements that we repeat over and over again.  Why?  Because no matter how many times we say it, people still don’t believe it.  So, here we are again, reminding you that in most lemon law and breach of warranty claims, THE DEALER IS NOT THE DEFENDANT.  They… Read More


Don’t Be Put On The Spot!

July 29, 2008 By: LemonLaw Category: Car Dealership Fraud, car sales, dealerships, spot delivery

As we have reported repeatedly on this blog, car sales are down big time! As a result, dealers are doing everything they can to make a sale.  Unfortunately, some dealers are more concerned with getting the cars off the lot immediately than they are about securing financing for their customers.  And as new car sales continue… Read More


Pop Quiz! How’s Your Auto Aptitude?

July 21, 2008 By: LemonLaw Category: Car Buying, Car Lemon Law, Consumer Rights, dealerships, financing, Lemon Law, used cars, Vehicle Fraud

Yes, I know we are in the middle of a hot, humid Summer….no better time to surprise you with a pop quiz on your knowledge relating to the lemon law and car buying.  No matter what time of year, it’s important to be prepared when either buying a new or used car, or filing a lemon… Read More


The Dealer Can Only Do So Much….

July 09, 2008 By: LemonLaw Category: cadillac, Car Lemon Law, Consumer Rights, dealerships, Defective Car, General Motors, GM, Lemon Law, PA Lemon Law, Pennsylvania Lemon Law, TV interview

This morning, while taping a segment for the CW talk show “Speak Up,” we met up with one of our former clients, John Bryant.  John, an accomplished attorney himself, had endured several significant problems with his Cadillac. The battery kept dying, again and again, and he found himself back at the dealer on five different occasions. … Read More