Have you recently purchased a new car from a dealership, only to find out shortly afterward that it has problems that you were not aware of? New Car Problems have been on the rise for the last few years. Consumers are sold the new cars with no idea of these problems until they are out driving them. If the dealership where you purchased the vehicle is unable to make repairs to the car to remedy the issue, you may be able to file a Lemon Law claim.
What Laws Protect Consumers When Purchasing New Vehicles?
The Arizona Legislature has enacted a collection of laws meant to protect the consumer when they are purchasing new vehicles. These laws are collectively known as Lemon Laws, and can be used to fight for compensation when you have been sold a new car that has problems. While these laws are not all encompassing, they cover most new car problems which cannot be fixed by the dealership that you purchased the car from.
How Does The Claim Process Work?
Making a Lemon Law claim when you have new car problems can be a complicated task. Most car manufacturers are large companies, and they won’t let these claims be made without a fight.
A successful Lemon Law claim requires a well documented case. This includes showing all of the times that you have taken the vehicle to the dealership for repairs in order to prove that a “Reasonable Number of Repairs” have been made. It also includes proving that the new car problems which you are having are in fact substantial defects.
Why Do I Need A Lawyer For My New Car Problems?
Hiring a lawyer to assist you in making your lemon law claims can make the process much simpler for you. By contacting an experienced lawyer early in the process, you will have an experienced professional to help you through the complicated process of making a claim against a large car manufacturer.
Our firm works hard to ensure that the proper documentation is obtained through each stage of the process, and we will be with you all the way. Don’t try and take on a national company by your self, contact us today to speak to a lawyer about your new car problems. For a free consultation and to speak to an actual attorney, not some professional closer or sales person, call Chuck Franklin Law today at 480-545-0700!