New Amendment in Sales Agreement Protects Chryslers’ Drivers Rights.

June 01, 2009
By: Robert Silverman

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 amendment, in paragraph 19 of the order, specifically outlines that the New Chrysler will be responsible for all existing and future lemon law and breach of warranty claims filed by consumers who suffer repetitive non-conformities with their Chrysler, Dodge or Jeep vehicles.   This means that our numerous clients whose claims were stayed or whose settlements were stalled as a result of the filing will be taken care of, and we will be able to continue to provide cost-free lemon and breach of warranty representation to all Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep consumers who need our services in the future.  Both counsel attributed Silverman and Bennecoff as the only lemon law attorneys in the Nation who were directly responsible for helping to make this amendment a reality.

If you are suffering problems with your Chrysler, Dodge or Jeep vehicle, or if parts have been on back order resulting in your vehicle being in the shop for a long period of time, contact us to discuss your rights to remedy or recourse.

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