Over the years, Johnson Attorneys Group has handled lemon law cases on behalf our our clients due to problems with their Chrysler vehicles including the Chrysler 200, Chrysler 300, Chrysler Sebring, Chrysler Aspen, Chrysler Crossfire, Chrysler Pacifica and Chrysler Town & Country.
These vehicles have had many types of issues that were problematic for the owners such as engine stalling, noises in the brakes, steering wheel and engine, brake malfunctions, shuttering or vibrating transmissions, staring issues, convertible soft and hard top problems, check engine lights that won’t turn off and various leaks.
It can be very frustrating to own a vehicle that is unreliable or doesn’t work like it is supposed to. It’s also time consuming to have to keep taking the car back to the dealership for repairs, but even more so if it’s for the same problem over and over.
That’s why California created lemon laws to protect consumers from being saddled with a defective vehicle. You pay a lot of money for your vehicle and it’s not acceptable for the dealership to turn you away by saying the problems you are having are normal. Federal warranties further protect consumers against auto manufacturers by providing remedies.
Help for Chrysler Owners
When we are contacted by a consumer who is having issues with a vehicle, Johnson Attorneys Group offers a free consultation to discuss the potential claim. Our lemon law firm has helped thousands of people get compensation for their losses or a obtain a buy back from the auto manufacturer.
Typically, a vehicle qualifies under California lemon laws or federal warranty laws if the same problem happens at least three times and the vehicle is still under manufacturer warranty. You may qualify to have your vehicle replaced or a full refund or keep the vehicle and receive compensation for your losses.
The best part of calling us for help is there is no cost to you. The attorney’s fees are paid by the auto manufacturer if we settle your claim and if not, you owe us nothing.
Call us now for a free consultation at 800-235-6801.
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