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Let Attorney Christina Gill Roseman at Roseman Law Firm help with your lemon car. If your car has been in the shop three times or more than 30 days for the same problem, you may be entitled to a new car, a refund of all your money paid for your car OR cash and still be able to keep your car. Many cases are settled before ever going to court, so there is no reason to put up with your bad car.
Don’t go up against the huge car companies alone. Make it a fair fight with cost-free representation from a tough trial lawyer with years of experience against the car companies. Not only has Christina Gill Roseman settled thousands of cases for consumers, but she has beaten Chrysler, GM, Kia and Hyundai at trials and was selected as a 2014 Pennsylvania Super Lawyer.
Under the Lemon Law and other warranty laws, the manufacturer pays your attorneys’ fees and costs. You pay nothing out of your pocket for attorneys’ fees or costs, regardless of whether you win or lose, so there is no risk. Don’t let the manufacturers ignore the problems with your car or offer you less than what you deserve. Get the legal help you need under the Pennsylvania Lemon Law, the West Virginia Lemon Law, the Ohio Lemon Law and the Michigan Lemon Law for free.
What if the problems with your car started after the first year or you bought a used car? If the manufacturer failed to fix your defective car under the warranty, you still may be entitled to cash compensation and keep your car. Even if you purchased your car with higher mileage but it was covered by the manufacturer’s certified pre-owned warranty, you are still protected by warranty laws and can get cost-free help in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Michigan for your defective car.
|If you have a new car (which includes vans, SUVs and pick up trucks) and had a problem during the first year that was not fixed in three or more repair visits OR your car was out of service for 30 days or more, you may be entitled to a full repurchase or replacement. Check out the requirements for Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Michigan Lemon Laws to see if you might have a Lemon.|
|USED CAR OR NON-LEMON CAR
|What if your car was purchased used or the problems with your new car started after the first year? If you had problems that were not repaired under the warranty in a reasonable number of attempts (usually considered three), you may be entitled to a substantial amount of money under federal and state breach of warranty laws and still be able to keep your car, and legal representation is still at no cost to you.|
|MOTORHOMES, MOTORCYCLES, ATVs and OTHER VEHICLES|
|Some of these vehicles are covered by some state Lemon Laws but not others. Even if your state Lemon Law does not cover your vehicle, you may still be entitled to cash compensation if your vehicle was not repaired in a reasonable number of service visits under warranty. Don’t take your vehicle manufacturer’s word that you are not entitled to compensation just because your problem vehicle is not a car.|
|Did your dealership lie to you about warranty coverage or the condition of your car? Did a dealership fail to tell you about a serious mechanical issue or severe accident damage that you discovered shortly after purchase? Did you find damage to your new car, even if not a safety issue, that the dealership did not disclose to you? If the answer to any of these is “yes”, then click here to learn more about fraud and unfair trade practices.|