Volkswagen Repurchases 2015 Bentley Flying Spur with Braking and Electrical Issues

This Los Angeles lemon law client is not a stranger to luxury vehicles. He leased this 2015 Bentley Flying Spur as an extra vehicle to enjoy when driving around the city. However, this luxury vehicle did not end up being like his other luxury cars, in fact, it was actually creating stress for this lemon law client. Shortly after leasing his lemon vehicle this client began to experience braking and electrical issues, which posed a substantial safety risk to him each time he drove this luxury lemon vehicle. The issues he experienced included: the brake fault message illuminating; the ABS light illuminating; and the traction control light illuminating.

When he contacted the lemon law lawyers at Shainfeld law, founders of Shainfeld Law, he directly spoke to an experienced lemon law attorney who promptly reviewed his California lemon law claim. After some research and analysis this lemon law client was informed that Shainfeld Law could help with his California lemon law claim. Within 30 days of starting his lemon law claim this client was thrilled to learn that Volkswagen had agreed to repurchase his 2015 Bentley lemon. The manufacturer took back his lemon vehicle, paid off the balance of the lease, reimbursed him for his down payment and monthly payments, as well as paid his lemon law lawyers’ fees and costs.

Thanks to the lemon law lawyers at Shainfeld Law, this Los Angeles lemon law client is once again cruising through Los Angeles in another luxury vehicle. However, this time he is doing it stress free.

If you have purchased or leased a vehicle and are experiencing similar issues reach out now to the lemon law attorneys at Shainfeld Law at 888-567-2279

Cash Settlement Reached with Volvo Cars of North America over 2016 Volvo XC90 With Electrical Issues

This Orange County lemon law client leased a 2016 Volvo XC90 as she needed a large vehicle, which was safe and reliable to transport her children. Shortly after taking possession of her Volvo she began experiencing electrical issues which had her questioning the safety and reliability of this vehicle. The issues this lemon law client was experiencing included: the collision sensors illuminating while driving; the check engine light illuminating; and the auto brake feature engaging even though no other cars were present. After multiple repair attempts Volvo seemed to have fixed these issues, but this lemon law client still believed that her Volvo XC90 was a lemon, which caused her to reach out to the lemon law lawyers at Shainfeld Law.

Upon contacting Shainfeld Law this Volvo lemon law client spoke directly to a qualified lemon law attorney who reviewed her case and informed her that even though her car had been repaired she still could pursue a lemon law claim. She was informed that her lemon law claim might not qualify for relief under the California lemon law, but she could qualify for relief under the federal lemon law, which provides a client with diminution in value based on the problems she had experienced with her Volvo. Within 30 days of starting her California lemon law claim a settlement had been reached with Volvo. As outlined, her car did not qualify as a lemon under the California lemon law, but she did receive a cash settlement which covered almost two years of lease payments, plus Volvo paid her lemon law attorneys’ fees and costs.

By speaking to an experienced lemon law lawyer this Orange County lemon law client not only received a cash settlement she was thrilled with, but more importantly received peace of mind as her lemon law lawyer was able to understand her situation, explain the process and possible outcomes, and then guide her through her lemon law claim against Volvo.

Even if the issues you are experiencing with your vehicle have been resolved, you still may have a valid lemon law claim. If you have purchased or leased a vehicle and are experiencing similar issues reach out now to the lemon law attorneys at Shainfeld Law at 888-567-2279

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, LLC Repurchases Electric 2015 Fiat 500e with Engine and Electrical Issues

This California lemon law client leased his second Fiat in a row. But this time in an effort to help the environment, he went the electric route. He was shocked when this Fiat 500 was constantly in the shop for issues related to the engine and electrical system. The issues with this lemon Fiat 500e included: the service electric system light illuminating which were causing a decrease in the range of his vehicle; the vehicle was rattling on start and stop; the vehicle required a jump start regularly. Clearly these issues impacted both the safety and use of his Fiat 500e. After multiple repair attempts, these safety issues persisted, which led this lemon law client to reach out to the lemon law lawyers at Shainfed Law, founders of Shainfeld Law.

Upon contacting Shainfeld law, this California lemon law client spoke directly to an aggressive lemon law lawyer, who reviewed his case and helped outline a plan to proceed with his lemon law claim. Shainfeld law stated that based on the number of repair attempts to his Fiat 500e lemon, they believed that based on the number and nature of repair attempts to this electric lemon vehicle, a repurchase under California lemon law was justified. Shortly after opening negotiations with the manufacturer, this lemon law client was thrilled to learn that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, LLC (FCA) had agreed to repurchase his 2015 Fiat 500e Lemon. This FCA to take back the vehicle, pay off the balance of the lease, reimburse him for his down payment and monthly payments to date, as well as pay all is lemon law attorneys’ fees and costs.

Thanks to the lemon law attorneys at Shainfeld Law, this electric law client is once again driving an environmentally friendly vehicle, but now with no safety concerns.

If you have purchased or leased a vehicle and are experiencing similar issues reach out now to the lemon law attorneys at Shainfeld Law at 888-567-2279.

Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC Repurchases 2017 Mercedes-Benz GTS with Transmission and Engine Issues

This Los Angeles County lemon law client purchased her 2017 Mercedes-Benz GTS from Mercedes-Benz of Anaheim. Shortly after purchase her vehicle started having issues with the engine and the transmission. The issues she was experiencing included: the check engine light illuminating; the engine and transmission leaking oil; the vehicle misfiring; the vehicle shaking violently at a stop; and the vehicle hesitating on acceleration. After the first repair attempt, the issues persisted and this client believed her Mercedes-Benz was a lemon. Nonetheless, she gave the manufacturer additional opportunities to repair these safety issues. Unfortunately, Mercedes-Benz was unable to repair her Mercedes-Benz lemon in a reasonable number of attempts, which caused this lemon law client to reach out to Shainfeld Law, home of Shainfeld Law.

Upon contacting the lemon law lawyers at Shainfeld Law, this lemon law client was surprised to speak directly to the lemon law attorney who would be handing her Mercedes-Benz lemon claim. After outlining the process and reviewing her documents, Shainfeld Law promptly began her lemon law claim against Mercedes-Benz. Within two months, her lemon law attorneys were excited to let her know that Mercedes-Benz USA had agreed to repurchase her lemon vehicle. She was ecstatic to learn that with her lemon law claim Mercedes-Benz would take back her vehicle, pay off the balance of the loan, and reimburse her for her down payment and monthly payments to date on her Mercedes lemon. Additionally, Mercedes-Benz paid her lemon law lawyers fees and costs.

Thanks to the lemon law lawyers at Shainfeld Law, this Los Angeles County lemon law client can now drive the California coast in a car that is sleek, safe and reliable.

If you have purchased or leased a vehicle and are experiencing similar issues reach out now to the lemon law attorneys at Shainfeld Law at 888-567-2279.

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