Chevrolet Lemon Law Attorneys
Is Your Chevrolet a Lemon? Our Lemon Law Experts Can Help
Chevrolet is an American brand that prides itself on class cars and trucks that provide their customers a sweet ride. Unfortunately, this is not always the case with all Chevrolet vehicles. Some vehicles are leaving customers a sour taste in their mouth and would be considered a Chevrolet lemon under both state and federal laws.
There is nothing more frustrating than driving a vehicle that is constantly having problems and being repaired on a regular basis- especially for the same issues or problems. If your Chevrolet is experiencing multiple repairs for the same issues or problems then your Chevrolet may, in fact, be a lemon.
Chevrolet Lemon Law Experts Can Help
The lemon law is a consumer protection law that was designed to protect consumers who have purchased any good with a warranty. Our experienced lemon law attorneys are ready to assist you with your lemon law claim and ensure that you are fully compensated for your lemon. If you have experienced repeated repairs to your Chevrolet, or if your Chevrolet has been out of service for an extended amount of days, it might be a lemon and you may be entitled to a refund, replacement, or cash settlement.
Did You Know That…
- Over 150,000 vehicles sold each year are lemons.
- Lemon laws apply to both new and used vehicles.
- Lemon laws apply to purchased and leased vehicles.
- You will not come out of pocket for any of our legal fees.
Is My Chevrolet a Lemon?
- Have you taken your Chevrolet to the shop for repeated repairs?
- Is your Chevrolet having continuous problems?
- Did the problems with your Chevrolet start under the warranty?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you might have a lemon and you may be entitled to getting your money back!
A Chevrolet lemon law claim covers both new and used vehicles, as well as vehicles that are leased or purchased, so long as there are repair attempts while under the Chevrolet manufacturer’s warranty. Lemon Law claims have been brought for many Chevrolet models, including the Chevrolet Corvette, Chevrolet Camaro, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Malibu, Chevrolet Impala, Chevrolet Tahoe, Chevrolet Suburban, Chevrolet Traverse, Chevrolet Silverado and Chevrolet Volt. The issues include, but are not limited to:
- Transmission slipping
- Engine leaking oil
- Excessive wind noise from the roof
- A clunking noise from engine
- Transmission slamming into gear
- A delay/hesitation when shifting
- A rough idle
- An excessive vibration from engine and/or transmission
- Airbag light illuminating
- Air conditioner being inoperable
- Navigation system going blank
- Power steering failure
- A popping sound when turning
Fast & Free Case Review
You cannot afford to delay in resolving the problems with your lemon. If you have experienced any of the issues listed above or are experiencing other issues with your Chevrolet, and you have taken it to an authorized Chevrolet dealership for repairs, and these issues continue to persist, or were not repaired in a reasonable number of attempts it is possible your vehicle is a lemon. Our experienced lemon law attorneys are here to assist you through every aspect of the lemon law process and make it quick and easy for you.
Help for your Chevrolet Lemon
The easiest and best way to determine if your vehicle is a lemon is to contact the Lemon Law Experts. Upon calling you will speak with an experienced lemon law attorney who can help evaluate your claim and make a determination regarding your Chevrolet lemon law rights. If you do not call then you do not know. Call 877-885-5366 and speak with a lemon law expert today about your Chevrolet and your lemon law rights. Allow the Lemon Law Experts to help you get rid of that uneasy feeling when driving your Chevrolet, and help you get the compensation you deserve.