Lemon Law / Breach Of Warranty

Lemon Law/Breach of Warranty

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If you own or lease a new or used vehicle that is still covered by a manufacturer’s warranty, and have brought that vehicle back to the dealership for repair because it constantly breaks down; makes strange noises; jerks; or otherwise causes you concern, you may be entitled to relief under your State’s Lemon Law, or the Federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. Ask yourself the following questions:

• Are you frustrated because you spend more time bringing your vehicle in for repair than you spend driving it?

• Do you feel that your vehicle has spent too many days at the dealership being repaired?

• Have you brought your vehicle in for repair so many times that you have lost count?

• Do you have more repair orders for your vehicle than you know what to do with?

• Do you know everyone at your dealership by name at this point?

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, you may be protected by your State’s Lemon Law and/or have a claim against the manufacturer of your vehicle for breach of warranty. You could be entitled to cash compensation or a refund/replacement vehicle. These same principles also apply to computers, major household appliances and other consumer products that were purchased with and were covered by a written warranty when the repairs occurred.

If you have or have had ongoing problem(s) with your vehicle or consumer product, we can help! To learn more about your rights, contact the Law Offices of Matthew W. Kiverts for a free consultation with a Lemon Law attorney. Please contact us by phone at (312) 632-1017, or by email at istopdebtcollectors@gmail.com.

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