At 1-800-LEMON LAW, we receive countless calls from folks who purchased a used car and ended up being taken for a ride. Sometimes the car has a salvage title, or it will not pass inspection, or it just falls apart. Many times, these distressed drivers have little or no protection under the State and Federal… Read More
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We are very proud of our website. Since it’s inception over ten years ago as the first site dealing specifically with lemon law and breach of warranty rights, we have provided information to more than 20 million visitors. We have been recognized by many organizations for providing comprehensive and useful information to both distressed drivers… Read More
Certainly, we have all heard of the Lemon Law at one time or another. Every State has one and they are designed to protect car owners when their ride turns sour. But, what if you fall outside the lemon law provisions? Perhaps, you live in Pennsylvania, and your problem occurred at 13,000 miles, rather than… Read More
Lemon Lawyer Craig Thor Kimmel was featured in this Fox Undercover story on Ford F-Trucks catching fire as a result of unsuccessful cruise control recall that wasn’t performed on many vehicles. If this has happened to you, please contact Michael Sacks, Kimmel and Silverman’s Client Services Director, at 800-536-6652 ext. 131 or via e-mail at… Read More
Ford’s “Cruising” For A Bruising–Truck owners must disconnect their cruise control switches to prevent fires.
We are working with a Philadelphia Network affiliate on this story. If your truck has suffered damage as a result of this problem, please contact Michael Sacks, Kimmel and Silverman’s Director of Client Services at 800-536-6652 ext. 131 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feds Alert Ford Owners to Recalls By KEN THOMAS – 18 hours… Read More
Jim Griffin from Politicer.com is reporting that the Senate Commerce Committee approved legislation that would better protect consumers under the New Jersey Lemon Law for new car purchases by expanding coverage from 18,000 miles to 24,000 miles. The Bill was sponsored by Senators Barbara Buono and Nicholas Scutari. The Committee approved Bill S-454, which would… Read More
Happy new year–we hope you enjoyed a happy holiday with family and friends. 2008 will soon be upon us and as folks reneter reality after their holiday break, their cars will no doubt provide a source of anger and frustration. Do you know that if the same problem occurs three or more times under manufacturers warranty, you… Read More
From WPXI TV in Pittsburgh- Woman gets refund from GM after filing suit about sliding doors problem.
From WPXI TV Pittsburgh airing last night…. Some Mini Vans Put Local Families At Risk PITTSBURGH — Families buy them for room and safety, but some minivans are now scaring local drivers. Lisa Ray, of Penn Hills, said she got a sweet deal on her 2005 Chevy Uplander. She bought it new and it came… Read More
Imagine driving down the road in your minivan and having your sliding door open while you’re vehicle is in motion….some as fast as 45 miles per hour. We are getting repeated calls from folks with Chevrolet Uplanders, Saturn Relays, Buick Terrazas, and Pontiac Montanas with this problem, and we are working on several television stories… Read More
Ever wonder what happens to lemon cars once they are bought back by the manufacturer? Last Sunday, The New York Times printed an interesting story which should shed some light on this mystery. Many Pennsylvania consumers are unaware that, in 2002, K&S Attorney Craig Thor Kimmel worked with the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Consumer Affairs Committee… Read More