If you are experiencing consistent car troubles or you suspect you own a lemon, you may be able to take legal action against the seller under West Virginia lemon laws and the federal Magnuson-Moss Act. The West Virginia lemon law lawyers at Hewitt & Salvatore, PLLC can assist you in your quest for reimbursement after purchasing a problematic car, truck, or SUV.
You may have a “lemon” automobile if…
Lemon laws state that manufacturers and sellers must meet obligations stated in express warranties. Lemon laws cover defective cars, trucks, and RVs.
Generally, if your car has been repaired thee or more times for the same defect within the warranty period and it still is not fixed, the car qualifies as a lemon. Hewitt & Salvatore, PLLC understands that it may be a tough process to determine if you have a lemon, but once you do, we can help.
Each state has a different lemon law, but all lemon laws are set up to protect you. Read about West Virginia’s lemon law.
How a Lemon Law Attorney Can Help
Often times, you don’t suspect your car is a lemon until it is too late and the warranty has expired. We can determine if your rights are being violated by the car you drive and the people who sold it to you. The Fayetteville lemon law lawyers at Hewitt & Salvatore can help you get you get compensation for your lemon.
If you think you may have a lemon, don’t wait. You only have one year from the date your warranty expires to file suit. Hewitt & Salvatore, PLLC, Attorneys at law offers free initial consultations. Please gather any records you have relating to the sale of the vehicle and contact information from the seller and bring them to your first visit.
The seller of the automobile in bad condition can be ordered to pay you a refund or provide you with a replacement vehicle. During your first visit with our lemon law attorneys, we will review your situation, advise you of your rights, and estimate the amount of compensation you may be entitled to receive.
If you feel you have a lemon law case, our Fayetteville and Beckley lemon law lawyers can evaluate your claim and help you through the filing process. Please contact our team today in West Virginia to discuss your bad buying experience and our experienced, local legal professionals will advise you of your rights. One call, that’s all.