If you have had enough of your new car and its ongoing problems, you may be wondering if you have any recourse. You may be able to take advantage of your state's lemon law. This law is in place to protect consumers from buying lemons - cars that have continuous problems and are never fixed. You may be able to get a refund, a replacement vehicle, or monetary damages depending on your state's lemon law. However, taking advantage of the lemon law can be difficult, and most people need the … [Read more...] about Are You Looking For A Lemon Law Attorney?
Many people are not familiar with lemon law or what it means for them as consumers. A lemon car is a vehicle that has been repeatedly brought in for repairs and has not been fixed after a certain number of attempts. If you have bought a lemon car, you may be wondering what your rights are. Basically, what the lemon law means in California is that you will be protected when your vehicle has a defect that remains defective after a "reasonable" number of repair attempts. This applies to both new … [Read more...] about What Does Lemon Law Mean?
If you're like most people, you probably think that buying from a used car dealer is the same as buying a new car. Well, think again, especially since car buyers have been taken advantage of in the past. There are several important laws, such as lemon laws, that you need to know about before heading to the dealership. Magnuson Moss Warranty Act The Magnuson Moss Warranty Act governs the sale of used cars. Dealers must give a written warranty to car buyers, covering significant systems and … [Read more...] about Understanding the Laws of Buying a Used Car from a Dealer
If you are wondering what to do when a car dealer lied to you, then you are not alone. Every day we receive several calls from car buyers that have been lied to by their dealers. The most common complaints are that the car salesman lied about the condition of the vehicle, warranty coverage, the features included, and the past history of accidents and service. We frequently hear that the car dealer lied about the advertised price, financing terms, and loan rates, and the sale took … [Read more...] about What to do When a Car Dealer Lied to You
Many car owners wonder if their used cars are covered under the lemon law. Generally, the lemon law does cover used cars if they meet the following conditions: the used car experiences a defect that could not be fixed after a "reasonable" number of repair attempts the used car is still under warranty when it experienced the defect The particulars of the used car lemon law vary across different states, but all cars are covered under the federal lemon law. Call our lemon law … [Read more...] about Is There a Lemon Law for Used Cars?
Many good things happen the moment you file for bankruptcy. As soon as bankruptcy is filed, all debt collection calls MUST stop. The same is true for collection-related actions, such as auto repossession, home foreclosure, wage garnishment, and any lawsuits or legal proceedings. Bankruptcy filing is the fastest and most effective way to get debt relief from creditors. A bankruptcy case must be filed with the bankruptcy court before debt relief is possible. Once a bankruptcy case is filed, … [Read more...] about What Happens When You File For Bankruptcy?