Get a New Car, Full Refund, or Cash Settlement
The most two common types of settlements we get a consumer are either a Lemon Law settlement or a Breach in Warranty/Loss in Value claim. I am going to explain the difference between the two. Your state laws have various Lemon Law coverages that have been detailed on our website. If we your vehicle bought back under the Lemon Law that means we get it bought back for the purchase price. The manufacturer has to take the car back, refund you all your payments, your down payment and also pay off the loan and pay your attorney’s fees. If you don’t fall under the parameters of your state Pennsylvania or New Jersey Lemon Law, we can still help you with your case if you’ve had a problem while you’re under the manufacturer’s warranty. We can recover you a loss in value claim. In other words, how much less is that car worth because of the problems you’ve had versus a car with no problems. In that instance, we get our clients a cash settlement, it doesn’t void their warranty, it does not show up on the title and the attorney’s fees and costs are covered just like under The Lemon Law when we get a client’s car bought back. In either instance, it’s super important to get your repair history together, send it over to our firm. Time is always of the essence and we look forward to helping you today.
If have a new or slightly used car and it is found to be a lemon, you will get a full refund of the following:
- your down payment,
- monthly payments and taxes,
- or a brand new car.
Other Help – Cash Settlements
If your car doesn’t meet the requirements for the state lemon laws – you can get a cash settlement per the Federal Lemon Laws, keep your car and its warranty is still good.
No Cost to You
Free Help – We don’t get paid unless you do
We handle all types of vehicles – makes/models, including:
- Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep.
- Ford cars and trucks.
- General Motors – Chevy, Cadillac, Buick and GMC.
- Hyundai, KIA, Nissan, Toyota.
- Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Maserati, Porsche, and Range Rover.