Once upon a time, there were three Chevrolets – a 2006 Chevy HHR, a 2006 Chevy Cobalt, and a 2007 Chevy Aveo. The HHR was besieged with problems, including a water leak, a check engine light, and other electrical problems. The Cobalt had a leaky sunroof, a check engine light, a noisy supercharger, and an unsettling, constant vibration. The Aveo had a variety of electrical issues, each one more annoying than the last.
Each Chevy had a family at its wit’s end, tired of the hassles of taking its vehicle in for repair. One family lived in New York, another in Pennsylvania, and the third in Connecticut. Nevertheless, each family found its way to Lemberg & Associates in the hope that the firm would use NY Lemon Law, PA Lemon Law, and CT Lemon Law to help them get relief from Chevrolet.
Like knights in shining armor, the staff at the Lemon Law firm came to the rescue. GM offered to resolve the claim for the Chevy HHR for $1,900, but that simply wasn’t enough, and Lemberg & Associates ultimately convinced GM to pay a $4,000 settlement.
Even though the Chevy Cobalt didn’t have any problems until it had already been driven almost 17,000 miles, the legal staff charged ahead. It was a protracted battle, but a year and a half and 17,000 miles later, Chevrolet agreed to settle the family’s claim for $4,000.
In all honesty, the Chevy Aveo wasn’t really a lemon; most of this family’s problems were resolved after one repair attempt. Still, they had to take the Aveo in seven times during the first eight months after they bought it, and Lemberg & Associates felt that the family should receive some compensation. Ultimately, Chevrolet provided the family with an extended service contract and $1,500.
In the end, the three families lived happily ever after, and the Lemon Law attorneys polished their armor in preparation for the next battle.
The moral of the story? No matter what state you live in, having a Lemon Law attorney at your side will give your family a fighting chance in getting the compensation it deserves.