Purchasing a defective vehicle from a certified dealership can compromise your trust in the very same automobile manufacturers that promise to keep you safe when on the road. You might know that your vehicle is covered by a warranty, but you might not know how to pursue the manufacturer for compensation. In addition, you will more than likely incur expenses related to your defective vehicle. Figuring out how to receive compensation for these damages can be confusing.
Fortunately, an Austin Lemon Law attorney can help you navigate your Lemon Law case to reach a beneficial outcome that allows you to move on from your defective automobile. If your vehicle has been spending more and more time with the mechanic and it’s still under warranty, you could qualify for compensation under Texas Lemon Law. Fill out our free case evaluation form to see if an Austin Lemon Law lawyer can help you settle your case.
Nobody wants to get stuck with a defective vehicle. Maybe your vehicle’s engine starts unreliably or your brakes are locking frequently; either way, if there’s something seriously wrong with your car and it falls under warranty, you may be due compensation for the defective vehicle.
If you believe you have purchased a lemon, contact an Austin Lemon Law lawyer for a free evaluation. If your case is accepted, we will work to settle your case outside of court to minimize your expenses and maximize your compensation. However, if litigation appears to be the best option, we will work on your behalf to achieve the best possible outcome. It’s important to note that the Texas Lemon Law statute requires that automobile manufacturers are given notice prior to filing a Lemon Law claim. This requirement encourages a negotiation to resolve these disputes. In these situations, automobile manufacturers may repurchase the vehicle or offer monetary compensation for your troubles.
If you purchase, repair, or register your vehicle in the State of Texas, it will be covered by Texas Lemon Law. The Lemon Law applies to new vehicles including:
As long as your vehicle is still covered by its written factory warranty and exhibits signs of severe mechanical issues, you can submit a claim against the manufacturer that produced the faulty vehicle. However, Texas Lemon Law does not cover any of the following:
If you would like to speak with an Austin Lemon Law attorney, please submit our free case evaluation form.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.