When you purchase a vehicle from a dealership only to find that it requires constant trips to the mechanic, it’s possible that you purchased a lemon. Texas Lemon Law protects consumers from shouldering the responsibility of a defective automobile and ensures that they can take legal recourse to receive compensation for their trouble. Since automobiles are a considerable investment, manufacturers are responsible for ensuring that their delivered products fulfill the promises established in the vehicle’s warranty.
A Texas Lemon Law lawyer can represent you when dealing with a manufacturer who sold you a defective automobile. If you purchased a pickup, car, hybrid, or another type of automobile that has severe issues limiting your ability to drive it freely, contact the Law Office of Darin Siefkes, PLLC for a free case evaluation.
A Texas Lemon Law lawyer can help negotiate a settlement with the manufacturer for the lemon you were sold. One way to start this process is to contact the Law Office of Darin Siefkes, PLLC for a free case evaluation. Once you have completed this evaluation and your case has met the right criteria, we can proceed with the case. Typically, we will attempt to settle your case outside of court. Whether your lemon is repurchased, traded for a brand new model, or you receive monetary compensation, our Texas Lemon Law lawyers will help you alleviate yourself of financial responsibility for the defective car you were sold.
Filling out our free case evaluation form is easy. There’s no cost, and the worst outcome is learning that your car doesn’t qualify as a lemon. Fortunately, even if your car doesn’t qualify, we can potentially work within other Texas statutes that protect purchasers to help you get rid of your lemon vehicle.
The Law Office of Darin Siefkes, PLLC has over a decade of experience dealing with lemon vehicles. After helping hundreds of clients, our team understands how to handle Lemon Law cases. Through the Texas Lemon Law and other vehicle warranty statutes, we help relieve clients of their defective vehicles.
Since the beginning, Darin Siefkes has been interested in automobiles. His restored 1967 Mustang has won numerous awards both locally and nationally. Although he no longer participates in car shows, he enjoys helping clients get the car they want and deserve, not the lemon they didn’t ask for.
If you would like to speak with our Texas Lemon Law lawyers, 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.