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Question: Why should you consider retaining an attorney to help you?
Answer: Dealerships typically will NOT resolve your situation UNLESS
you push back with an attorney.

Question: How might I benefit from retaining an attorney?
Answer: Below are a just a few of the benefits.
a) You significantly increase your chances for a successful resolution.
b) You eliminate the guesswork from if you handle the matter on your own.
c) You avoid the stress associated with handling legal matters yourself.

Question: Why retain Mr. Cook as your attorney?
Answer: Mr. Cook is an experienced attorney and has authored numerous books, articles, and videos.

Mr. Cook has assisted thousands of people.
He has decades of combined expertise in law, business and technology.

He holds four degrees: LL.M., JD, MBA, BSBA.

Testimonials:
“I was very pleased with how you handled my Lemon Law situation.
It is good to see that lawyers like you, help out people like me, to
challenge the unfair business practices in the auto industry.”

“I was so frustrated at all the run around that the dealership was giving
me while my car was in for repairs over and over again. I was sold a lemon
with several problems. It was good that I called you because I would not
have had enough work orders at the time I was going to try to a file a
complaint. You straightened things up, set me on the right track, and I
could not have won without your help.”

“Thank you for fighting for me. I was very impressed when you cornered
the dealership representative and caught him in his own lie. That shattered
their credibility and that was the turning point in my case.
I would recommend your services to anyone dealing with a lemon law problem.”

Question: Does my vehicle fall under lemon law?
Answer: Below are some of the basic qualification requirements for new cars and used cars.

New Car Lemon Law Guide
The New Car Lemon Law provides a legal remedy for buyers or lessees of new cars that
turn out to be lemons. If your car does not conform to the terms of the written warranty
and the manufacturer or its authorized dealer is unable to repair the car after a reasonable
number of attempts during the first 18,000 miles or two years, whichever comes first,
you may be entitled to a full refund or a comparable replacement car.

Used Car Lemon Law Guide
The Used Car Lemon Law provides a legal remedy for buyers or lessees of used cars that
turn out to be lemons. The law requires dealers to give you a written warranty. Under
this warranty, a dealer must repair, free of charge, any defects in covered parts or,
at the dealer’s option, reimburse you for the reasonable costs of such repairs. If the
dealer is unable to repair the car after a reasonable number of attempts, you are
entitled to a full refund of the purchase price. No used car covered by this law
can be sold by a dealer “as is.”