Is My Car A Lemon?

You purchased a car and it has been in the repair shop
frequently.  You are angry and frustrated.  Despite your
monthly car payments, you are without a working vehicle.  How
do you determine if your vehicle is a
lemon
?

Step 1
Look at the manufacture, mileage and age of your
vehicle. 
The lemon law applies ONLY if your
vehicle is still under the original manufacturer warranty. 
Having an extended warranty or power train warranty will not be
helpful.     Most cars have 3 years/36,000
miles, but some have 4 years/50,000.   Check our website to find out where your vehicle falls.

For example, if you have a 2010 Dodge Caravan with 50,000 miles,
you are out of luck.  The vehicle has too many miles. 
Still confused?  Call us.

Step 2
Review your repair orders.  How many times did you bring in
your vehicle for repairs?  Did you receive a repair order for
each visit?  You need to ask for a repair order each time you
bring it in for repair, even if there was nothing done to the
vehicle get a repair order.

If you recycled all your repair orders.  What do you
do?  Go to your shop and ask for new ones.  If they
refuse, you can go to any authorized dealer and ask for a warranty
history report.

Step 3
If you have 3 or more repairs, you might have a lemon. Gather up
your repair orders and purchase agreement.  Send your
documents – email, fax or mail- to us for a FREE, confidential case review. SmithMarco, P.C.,
has over 30 years of combined experience practicing law protecting
the rights of consumers around the country. By sending us your
documents, we will review – no obligations, no fees, only a review
.

Step 4
My vehicle is a lemon!  Now what?  We can handle your
case.  It will be a win-win for you.  First, there will
be no out of pocket cost to hire us.  Our fees are paid for by
the defendant.  Second, we deal with the automobile company
for you and take that hassle out of your life.

Step 5
What is the benefit for you, the consumer, who was sold a lemon
vehicle?  The possible remedies if my car is lemon include
forcing the manufacturer to refund the purchase price of the
vehicle (less an amount for usage as calculated by statute), the
diminished value at time of purchase,  or any other out of
pocket expenses.

If you only have a few questions, please do not hestitate to
contact SmithMarco, P.C.  Call us on our toll free number
888-822-1777 or send an email.