Our client contacted us more than 5 years after purchasing this 2005 Volvo V50 Sedan.   When we were contacted the vehicle had in excess of 100,000 miles and was clearly out of warranty.   The vehicle required a new transmission, which is not something that should be replaced with this mileage.  Our client did not have the cash necessary for the repairs, and did not have any other vehicle to drive.  After analyzing the repair history for this Volvo, the lemon law specialists found prior transmission problems which were not properly repaired while under warranty.

The lemon law attorneys at Consumer Law Experts were able to obtain a cash settlement totaling more than 25% of the purchase price of the vehicle, plus paying our attorneys’ fees and costs.  The email from our client expressing her gratitude truly shows the appreciation to the kind of work and results the lemon law specialists at Shainfeld do.

She wrote:  “I just want to thank you for what you have done. I tried a couple a years ago to get Volvo to talk to me and they refused. So it looks like if you don’t have a lawyer to represent you, they won’t take you seriously. I am so disappointed with Volvo. I have three small kids and the reason I bought a Volvo was because of its reputation for being a safe and dependable car. Well my Volvo failed me and they refused to take responsibility. My oldest daughter who is now 10 was so scared that the car would break down on us again that she handed her wallet to me and said, “Here mommy, take this and buy a new car.” That really hurt me and it showed me how frightened all three kids were of riding in that car.  Well, I thank you and my kids thank you. Now we can buy a new reliable car.”

Because of the knowledge and expertise of the lemon law specialists at Consumer Law Experts this client is now out of an unsafe car and able to drive herself and 3 kids safely.