Every day, we receive numerous inquiries both online and on our 1-800-LEMON-LAW hotline from distressed drivers with one simple question: Do I have a case?
To figure out whether you are entitled to remedy under State Lemon Laws or Federal Warranty Statutes, answer these three questions:
1) Do you have an original or extended manufacturers warranty?
2) While under warranty, were you back to an authorized manufacturers dealership three or more times for the same problem?
3) Has your car been in the shop an extended period of time, either because a part needed is on national back order, or because the service adviser can’t address the nature of the problem?
If you answered yes to question #1 and yes to at least one of the other two questions, chances are strong that you are entitled to remedy under either your State’s Lemon Law or the Federal Magnuson Moss Warranty Act.
Now, in order to determine exactly what type of claim you have and what type of remedy you are entitled to, it is best for you to contact us or another Lemon Law firm.
Many consumers are hesitant to fight for their rights, because they feel that they will be stuck in a pile of red tape, or the dealer will refuse to continue to repair the car under warranty. The fact of the matter is that your claim is against the manufacturer, not the dealer, and in many instances, it requires very little time and effort on your part.
If you feel you may have a potential claim, feel free to reach out to us to discuss your situation. One quick call could provide tremendous results for you and your family.