Braff Injury Law Group
Leasing or purchasing a new truck, for business or personal use, may provide many benefits. It is considered a reliable transportation for getting you back and forth to work or taking it on the road for a vacation. It also gives you a sense of pride when driving it around town. But what happens when your truck turns into a total nightmare? Far too many Bay Area consumers know the feeling of having their new vehicles become more trouble than they are worth. If you have recently purchased or leased a truck but it is now more of a hassle than a help, maybe it is time to take some legal action against the truck manufacturer.
If these circumstances sound familiar you may need to contact the Braff Injury Law Group and consult with a Lemon Trucks lawyer in Fremont, California. Chronic issues or significant defects could mean leaving your truck in a repair shop for days or even weeks. In the meantime, you could be spending hundreds or maybe thousands on repair costs. As your problems continue without a solution in sight, you can easily become discouraged, frustrated, overly stressed, and very upset. Not only is it a loss of investment but you are stuck at the repair shop every week trying to get the truck to work properly.
If you’ve recently lost faith in a truck you recently leased or purchased for business or personal use, because of a recurring defect or problem, there are federal, as well as state laws that protect consumers just like you from defective vehicles and auto parts. One law is referred to as California’s Lemon Law. This law states that vehicles with material defects that cannot be repaired within a reasonable number of attempts, or in a reasonable period, entitles the purchaser to a refund or a replacement.