As we approach Thanksgiving, we would like to take a moment to thank the thousands of distressed drivers who turn to 1 800 LEMON LAW each year looking to seek justice with their defective vehicles. Every month, our experienced team of attorneys throughout fifteen states work diligently to help secure hundreds of repurchases, replacements, and… Read More
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The complaints are in and the index are out! It’s the 2013 Car Complaint Index which looks at which cars receive the most complaints per sales. These complaints are filed by consumers to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration mostly through NHTSA’s website www.safercar.gov. While this list is a great tool for any car… Read More
It’s time again for us to provide a roundup of recent refunds, repurchases and replacements. Under the State Lemon Laws and the Federal Magnuson Moss Warranty Act, all of our clients receive completely cost-free legal help, with the manufacturers covering the legal fees ON TOP OF what our client receives. We are very proud of our efforts… Read More
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
We are currently working with a Pittsburgh TV station to find Western Pennsylvania consumers who have experienced a fire either in their Volkswagen Passat or their Ford truck? If you have, please contact 1-800 LEMON LAW Communications Director Michael Sacks at email@example.com or 1-800-536-6652 ext. 131.
Eagle eyed blog readers may notice that one vehicle, the Volkswagen Jetta, is mentioned both on the 2007 Car Complaint Index (in the number 3 position) and among the compact cars in this year’s Best Bets. How can that be? “Best Bets” are based on expected performance in ten categories (crash tests, safety features, fuel… Read More
From Car Connection: Volkswagen will recall some 790,000 vehicles for faulty brake lights. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in a recall notice last week, cited the company’s Jetta, Golf, GTI, R32, and New Beetle models in the recall, stating that brake lights in these vehicle may have brake lights and switches that do not… Read More