Do you qualify for a BREACH OF WARRANTY CLAIM?

If your case does not qualify for the Lemon Law, you may still have a Breach of Warranty claim. Your vehicle came with a basic warranty, which is a promise by the manufacturer that it will repair certain defects in your car, or that your car will be of a certain quality, for a specified period of time. If you purchased a manufacturer’s extended warranty, the promise (and potential basis for a lawsuit) is extended accordingly. The defect must be covered under the warranty to qualify for a breach of warranty. Typically, the remedy is a partial refund.

As in a lemon law case, you must first give the seller a reasonable opportunity to fix the defect. Not every problem or defect will qualify as a “breach of warranty.” It depends on the terms of the warranty and the severity of the problem. Also, warranties have time limits.


Contact us to see if you have a valid Breach of Warranty claim!



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