In addition to a major sexual harassment settlement this week, we are pleased to announce several recent successes in our consumer protection practice, in which we are often asked to assist consumers who have purchased defective vehicles or are the victims of auto dealer fraud.
First, we were able to negotiate a repurchase by Fiat Chrysler of America (FCA US LLC) of a brand new 2016 Ram 3500. The truck was so defective that for the first three months of ownership, it was in the shop for more than 45 days.
Second, we were able to negotiate the repurchase by GM LLC of a brand new 2015 Chevy Cruze that had been out of service for more than 30 days since the consumer bought it.
Third, we negotiated a repurchase of a highly defective 2014 SUV manufactured by a foreign Asian-based car manufacturer.
Together, The Law Office of Boyd M. Mayo recovered approximately $150,000.00 in value for the consumers. Moreover, in all three cases, the manufacturers agreed to pay our attorney’s fees and costs, so the consumers owed us nothing.
If you are struggling with a new vehicle purchase, where you have been taking it in to the shop for non-stop problems, or the car has been out of service for more than 30 cumulative calendar days for diagnosis and repair, you may have a “lemon” on your hands.
We are presently representing consumers who have purchased vehicles from FCA US LLC (Fiat, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram), Ford Motor Company, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. and others.
In addition, we are representing a young couple in western Washington who purchased a vehicle only to learn it was highly defective and had black electrical tape covering its check engine light.
Give us a call at (509) 381-5091 for a free and confidential consultation.