West Virginia GM Vehicle Owner Sues Automaker for Breach of Warranty

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Making the decision to file a lemon law claim is no easy task. While some car owners may think that filing a lemon law claim takes up too much of their time, this is not the case; especially with help from a lemon law attorney. And what’s worse - spending time researching your rights as a consumer, or missing out on the opportunity of getting a replacement vehicle or a full refund for your defective car? The answer is clear. Procrastination is not the solution when you are faced with owning a vehicle with irreparable flaws.

According to a West Virginia Record story, a Kanawha County man has filed suit against General Motors for breach of warranty based on West Virginia’s lemon law. The man is pursuing a refund of the purchase price ($18,590) for his 2009 Chevrolet HHR LS plus expenses relating to the car.

At the heart of the matter is the claim that the vehicle failed to conform to the warranty after a reasonable number of attempts.

A consumer should not have to pay a large sum of money for a new car only to fear for their safety when operating the vehicle. Lemon laws throughout the United States exist to hold manufacturers accountable when their vehicles do not conform to their warranty.

If you own a vehicle in California that cannot be repaired after a reasonable number of attempts, you may be entitled to your money back or a new vehicle. For more information regarding your rights as a consumer, contact CA lemon law attorney Howard D. Silver for a free consultation. Call (855) 341-2611 today.