If your Lemon Law case or Diminished Value case is accepted by the Law Firm the following rates and fees are now required as of Jan. 1, 2011.
A $500 non-refundable fee is due at contracting to cover the required expert fee to inspect your vehicle and for his report and findings on your vehicle and to cover the fees and expense of an initial letter of representation from the Law Firm and a Demand Packet to the manufacture of the vehicle on Lemon Law Cases or the defendant driver on Diminished Value Cases.
If your Lemon Law Case or Diminished Value Case is successful and a cash settlement is obtained the Law Firm is paid an additional 20 % of any and all recovery and you the client would receive 80% of any such recovery. If no recovery is made then no other fees or expenses are due from you to the Firm.
Texas Lemon Laws and the Federal Lemon Laws AKA (the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) provide the legal basis for compensation to Texas Consumers for defective automobiles and trucks and other vehicles and products including motorcycles, RV's, boats, computers and other consumer appliances and products. If you have purchased a new car, automobile and truck, motorcycle, RV, boat, computer or other consumer appliance call Attorney Gary Gibson with the Carabin & Shaw Law Firm. The call is free. The consultation is free. Call 210-222-2288 or toll free at 800-862-1260.
To qualify under the Texas Lemon Law or the Federal Lemon Law, you must generally have an auto, boat, RV or truck or other product that suffered multiple repair attempts under the manufacturer's factory warranty. Lemon Law compensation can include a refund, replacement or cash compensation. The following comments briefly explain the Texas Lemon Law and how it can help protect you.
The Texas Lemon Law is a law that helps consumers who buy or lease new motor vehicles and have repeated problems getting their vehicles properly repaired. The Lemon Law can help a consumer get the vehicle repurchased, replaced or repaired. It can be less complicated and less expensive than going to court.
The Texas Lemon Laws were enacted by the Texas Legislature in 1983. Texas Lemon Law is administered by the Texas Department of Transportation's Motor Vehicle Division and its Motor Vehicle Board. Through mediation and formal hearings allowed under the law, the Motor Vehicle Division has helped resolve many complaints.
In 1991, the Legislature changed the Lemon Law to benefit more consumers. The time period for filing a complaint and the definition of a "lemon" were expanded, and consumers may now be reimbursed for certain incidental expenses. Now, a disclosure notice accompanying any vehicle repurchased or replaced under the Lemon Law is also required.
In 1997, the Legislature added towable recreational vehicles (TRVs) to the Lemon Law. Besides being made primarily for temporary human habitation, TRVs must
- Be titled and registered in Texas;
- Be built on a single chassis;
- Contain one or more life support systems, and
- Be towable by another motor vehicle.
If you have purchased a new car, automobile and truck, motorcycle, RV, boat, computer or other consumer appliance call Attorney Gary Gibson with the Carabin & Shaw Law Firm. The call is free. The consultation is free. Call 210-222-2288 or toll free at 800-862-1260.