Lemon Law Guidance for Buyers of New Cars
Trust Rick Dalton to Protect Your Rights
When dealing with lemons in the automobile industry, there are several shapes your case can take. On one hand, if you are experiencing a manufacturer's defect, then the company who produces your car has certain obligations they must fulfill. On the other hand, many individuals find themselves victims of auto fraud when purchasing a used—and sometimes new—vehicle. Within the first year of purchase, if you find yourself in and out of repair shops, spending more money on repairs than you are on your monthly payments, you may be protected by the lemon law. When you bring your case to me, I can help evaluate the paperwork you were given at the time of purchase, and explain to you the laws so you know your rights.
Common auto fraud problems include:
- Concealing prior accidents and wrecks
- Falsifying prior history of rentals or demonstrations
- Odometer rollback
- Improper dealing of paperwork, including signed documents and credit applications
- Altering terms of the contract without properly alerting you
Some People Don't Even Know They've Been Cheated
Do not let your dealership give you the slip. Some auto fraud suspects count on the fact that you will not investigate further into something odd that is happening to your engine, or that you do not know enough about cars to understand when you have been cheated. If you think something is wrong with your car, and you suspect that your dealer knew about it and did not disclose it, chances are you have a fraud case on your hands.
You do not have to put up with it, and you do not have to fight it alone. Call my firm for a free consultation and know that I put my best efforts into recovering your loss.