Buying a car can be an overwhelming and intimidating experience. Each year, a large percentage of consumers purchase expensive new vehicles that come with manufacturer warranties to ensure their investment will continue in good working order, no matter what issues may arise.

Even though a vehicle is brand new, it may still have defects. Some are major, such as issues with the engine, transmission, electronics, structure and other critical components. Others are more minor, including aesthetic defects. No matter the nature of the defect, the manufacturer is obligated to fix or replace the component if it is covered under the manufacturer warranty.

Representation In Bumper-To-Bumper Warranty Disputes

These warranties are an expensive component of a brand new vehicle and are designed to provide consumers with a sense of confidence that if anything on the car is defective, it will be covered. When the manufacturer attempts to avoid fixing or replacing a defective component, you may have a claim for breach of warranty. It is wise to enlist the help of a knowledgeable lawyer who can help you take the legal steps necessary to ensure your vehicle is fixed.

I am attorney Richard A. McNeil. I will advocate on your behalf and strive to ensure that the warranty is upheld and that your rights are protected. I focus solely on lemon law. This provides me with a detailed understanding of how to protect the interests of my clients and the value of their investment.

I Work To Maximize What You Recover

I will conduct a free, thorough and attentive consultation with you in order to assess the circumstances you are facing, the defect in the vehicle and what the manufacturer is telling you. I will provide a clear and understandable explanation of the situation, as well as all options available to you. I will communicate with the manufacturer on your behalf, taking the steps necessary to see the vehicle fixed or help you obtain compensation for the manufacturer's failure.

To learn more about how I can assist you with your manufacturer warranty issues, please contact my Raleigh law firm today at 919-926-0863 or use my online contact form to schedule a meeting.