Port Huron Lemon Law Attorney

A St. Clair County Lemon Law Lawyer who can help you resolve your lemon car issues successfully.

The purpose of forming the Lemon Law is to assist consumers who have defective cars. Frank Simasko, a Lemon Law attorney, has been instrumental in settling and/or handling a number of claims on behalf of people with lemon cars.

If your car has need warranty repairs, you should have complied with the Michigan Lemon Law requirements as follows:

  • The problem must be continuing even after taking your car for rectifying the same defect four times.
  • The car should have been out of service for a period of 30 days in the first year of the life/ownership of the because of repairs.

You can contact Simasko Law Office to find out whether you satisfy the requirements of Michigan Lemon Law or not.

As is the case with many laws, the Lemon Law is also open for interpretations. It is, therefore, important that you consult with Simasko Law Office, who are experts in dealing with Michigan Lemon Law. The main argument put forward by manufacturers in this regard is that the value of the car or its use does not get impaired even if its repair history matches with the Lemon Law requirements.

Under the Lemon Law, the level of impairment is determined on the basis of subjective standards. This is to say that the impairment is determined on the basis of how the customer has been impacted. Attorney Frank Simasko can tell you clearly whether you car’s defects satisfy Lemon Law requirements, and if you are eligible for a replacement car or refund of the purchase price of the car.

Sometimes, your car’s repair history may meet Michigan Lemon Law requirements. However, Simasko Law Office has the expertise and experience to assess if your car’s repair history satisfies under Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, the federal Lemon Law. According to this law, you should have presented your car for repairs repeatedly. This law is effective and comes in handy in situations when Michigan Lemon Law cannot be applied.

Frank Simasko, Michigan Lemon Law attorney, will also find out whether other consumer laws of the state are applicable in your case. It is, therefore, important that you contact us to ascertain whether your specific case qualifies for consideration under any of the laws mentioned above.

Further, the manufacturer of your car is liable to pay you the attorney fees under all of the laws cited above. Therefore, we provide advice or represent clients on free of charge when it comes to handling Michigan Lemon Law cases.

Find Out If Your Car Is A Lemon As Per Michigan Lemon Law

If your vehicle was manufactured in 2010 or later and has either been repeatedly taken away for repairs or you have not been able to use it for several days, then your vehicle may be considered as a lemon under the Michigan Lemon Law. In such a situation, you might be eligible for a refund, cash settlement or a new car under the federal law. These laws are applicable to used cars as well.

As you buy a vehicle by paying a great deal of your hard earned money, it is important that the problems related to your vehicle are resolved without any delay. You must act not only quickly but also inform the manufacturer as regards the problems that you are facing with your vehicle. Frank Simasko, an attorney with many years of experience in handling Lemon Law cases, can take you through the whole procedure without any hassles. Additionally, he will help you to resolve the problems with your car as quickly as possible.

The manufacturer is responsible for paying all fees and costs under the Lemon Law. We will never ever bill you for any of the services that we provide to you. We want to help you by providing the right advice and take the responsibility of representing your case. So, please don’t waste any time or hesitate to call Frank Simasko, your Lemon Law Attorney.

Simasko Law Office proudly serves Lemon Law clients in Blue Water Area including Algonac, Marine City, Marysville, Memphis, Port Huron,  Richmond, St. Clair, Yale Capac, Emmett and surrounding communities.