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Defects On The Radar: Jeep, Saturn, Buick, Ford, Chrysler, Dodge, BMW, Volkswagen, Honda, Toyota

September 25, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: Acadia, Accord, bmw, buick, Chrysler, convertible, Ford, ford f-truck, General Motors, GM, jeep, lexus, Toyota, Transmission, volkswagen, VW, water leak

As you can expect, of the hundreds of calls and e-mails we receive each week at 1-800 LEMON LAW headquarters, we frequently see the same thing happening to consumers over and over throughout a variety of States.  Here are some defects we are seeing regularly among our clients.  (Keep in mind we are not saying… Read More


Lemon Law Refunds & Repurchases Are In Bloom This June.

July 05, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: Audi, bmw, cadillac, Car Lemon Law, chevrolet, Chrysler, Defective Car, General Motors, gmc, Honda, jeep, jeep wrangler, kia, lexus, Magnuson Moss, Maryland Lemon Law, Massachusetts Lemon Law, Mazda, New Jersey Lemon Law, New York Lemon Law, Nissan, Ohio Lemon Law, Pennsylvania Lemon Law, pontiac, saturn, Subaru, Suzuki, volvo

It’s time for another roundup of recent repurchases and refunds.  These blog entries are always our favorite to write.  Kimmel & Silverman is dedicated to being the oldest, largest and most helpful lemon law firm in the Northeast, successfully handling over 50,000 lemon law and breach of warranty claims since our inception at absolutely no… Read More


New Amendment in Sales Agreement Protects Chryslers’ Drivers Rights.

June 01, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: amy bennecoff, Auto Bailout, bankruptcy, Bob Silverman, Car Buying, Car Lemon Law, Chrysler, dodge, jeep

Kimmel & Silverman Lemon Law Attorneys Robert M. Silverman and Amy L. Bennecoff spent a large portion of last week in New York working with Chrysler counsel Jones Day and Fiat counsel Sullivan Cromwell to include specific language regarding consumer protection in the Master Sales Agreement between the two companies, scheduled to take effect Monday, June 15. The new… Read More


Is Chrysler’s Bankruptcy Affecting Your Rights?

May 22, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: Auto Bailout, bankruptcy, Car Lemon Law, Chrysler, dodge, jeep, jeep commander, jeep grand cherokee, jeep liberty, jeep wrangler, legislation, Lemon Law, Warranty

No doubt you have read all about the Chrysler bankruptcy in the headlines.  It has been covered by print outlets and blogs throughout the Country, or perhaps you heard Kimmel and Silverman attorney Bob Silverman discuss the situation on the local news.  All current Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep owners and anyone who intends to purchase… Read More


Purchased a Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge after 4/30/09?

May 19, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: Chrysler, dodge, jeep

Now that so many Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep dealers are closing, the liquidation ads have been popping up all over the television and radio.  Have you purchased a Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge since they filed for bankruptcy April 30th?  We would love to hear about your experiences so far.  Drop Client Services Director Michael Sacks… Read More


Who Makes The Most Pennsylemons?

May 07, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: cadillac, Car Complaint Index, chevrolet, chevrolet cobalt, chevrolet equinox, chevrolet impala, chevrolet malibu, dodge, Ford, GM, gmc, hyundai, jeep, jeep commander, jeep grand cherokee, jeep liberty, jeep wrangler, kia sedona, Pennsylvania Lemon Law, pontiac G6, saturn vue, TV interview

Late last month, we worked on an investigative report with WTAE TV reporter Paul Van Osdel, uncovering which cars provides the most headaches for drivers throughout the Keystone State. Paul obtained a list from PENNDot (Pennsylvania Department of Transportation) and according to their records, from 2003-2008, Chevrolet led the list of lemons in Pennsylvania. Their… Read More


Repurchase & Refund Highlights – First Quarter 2009

March 26, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: bmw, dodge, Ford, GM, hyundai, infiniti, jeep, lemon buybacks, Lemon Law, Lemon Law Firm, lexus, Mazda, pontiac, saturn, Suzuki, volvo

Since 1991, Kimmel & Silverman has prided itself in protecting consumer rights, starting with providing free lemon law help to consumers in the Philadelphia, PA region and building throughout Pittsburgh, and then New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio, New Hampshire and Connecticut.  Since our inception, we have handled over 50,000 lemon law and breach of warranty claims,… Read More


Drip Drip Drip…Leak Leaving You Wet?

January 07, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: Acadia, Car Lemon Law, Defective Car, GM, jeep, jeep commander, Lemon Law, Magnuson Moss, outlook, saturn, water leak

Happy new year! The winter months are upon us and so is the wacky wetter weather (try saying that ten times fast.) The phones at 1-800 LEMON LAW are ringing with many distressed drivers who are dealing with water leaks. On this blog, we have discussed why it is so important to continue to bring… Read More


Land Rover Lowest On JD Power Rankings

August 08, 2008 By: LemonLaw Category: Audi, cadillac, car rankings, chevrolet, Chrysler, dodge, GM, hummer, isuzu, jeep, kia, land rover, lexus, Mazda, mercedes benz, mercury, mini, Nissan, pontiac, saab, saturn, scion, Subaru, suv, Suzuki, Toyota, volkswagen, volvo

Throughout the year, we receive countless calls from folks looking for car buying advice.  Many figure that by calling 1-800 LEMON LAW prior to buying a car, they may be able to prevent problems “down the road” so to speak. For that reason, since 2001, we have teamed up consumer advocate Jack Gillis and the wonderful team… Read More


Feds Probe Jeep Commander & Pontiac G6

June 26, 2008 By: LemonLaw Category: Car Complaint Index, Chrysler, Defective Car, General Motors, jeep, Lemon Law, pontiac, Recall

This year, we have handled numerous lemon law claims with regards to the Jeep Commander (#6 on this year’s Car Complaint Index) and the Pontiac G6.  Now comes word from consumeraffairs.com that NHTSA, The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration has opened a preliminary investigation which could lead to a recall of 136,444 Commanders and 176,968… Read More