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Watch this short video to learn how auto manufactures can compensate you for your Lemon.
Since 1995, Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® has represented over 45,000 consumers obtain...read more
Since 1995, Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® has represented over 45,000 consumers obtain relief for their defective or misrepresented consumer products. The firm uses the fee-shifting provisions of consumer protection laws to seek their attorneys’ fees from the manufacturers and sellers of consumer products instead of charging consumers directly for their time. Moreover, unlike many general practitioners who dabble in almost every area of the law, we concentrate our practice in handling only consumer issues. Therefore, if you have a car, truck, SUV, or other consumer product that proves to be defective or has something else wrong with it that you were not expecting, contact the experienced Lemon Law attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® by calling them toll free at 866-543-5924 or by completing a free case review.
Consumer protection laws provide that the sellers of any consumer product may not misrepresent any m...read more
Consumer protection laws provide that the sellers of any consumer product may not misrepresent any material facts about the product you are purchasing. If you discover that an automobile you purchased was in an accident, flood, previously repurchased in a lemon law dispute, or anything else that would have impacted your decision to purchase it, you may contact the attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® for a free case review. If the firm believes you have a case for fraud, they will represent you without charge and instead will rely on the fee-shifting protections of Illinois law to seek their attorneys’ fees from the car dealer or other responsible entity.
The manufacturers of automobiles and other consumer products have virtually limitless resources. Rat...read more
The manufacturers of automobiles and other consumer products have virtually limitless resources. Rather than attempting to fight a battle with a gigantic corporation by yourself, you may retain an experienced Lemon Law attorney who may best protect your interests and provide you with the greatest possible chance to obtain a maximum recovery. What’s more, you may retain an attorney without having to pay the attorney to represent you. Federal law provides that if you prevail on your claims that the manufacturer is responsible to pay your attorneys’ fees! Therefore, if you hire Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® and you do not prevail, we will not charge you for our time representing you. In other words, we will only get paid if you get a recovery!
Yes, consumers in Illinois may use the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act to provide them with relie...read more
Yes, consumers in Illinois may use the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act to provide them with relief for the purchase of any used car, truck, SUV or other consumer product. The federal Act supplements the protections of the Illinois Lemon Law to allow purchasers and lessees of any consumer product, whether new or used, to seek relief if the product turns out to be defective and cannot be repaired despite the consumer affording the manufacturer a reasonable opportunity to do so.
While the Illinois Lemon Law covers only motor vehicles, such as cars, trucks, vans, and SUV’s, fede...read more
While the Illinois Lemon Law covers only motor vehicles, such as cars, trucks, vans, and SUV’s, federal law supplements the protections of Illinois law to include any consumer product. Therefore, whether your expensive flat screen television, refrigerator, or computer is defective, Illinois and federal law allows you to seek recourse for a manufacturer’s failure to repair these consumer products.
The Illinois Lemon Law provides comprehensive protection to the purchasers and lessees of motor vehi...read more
The Illinois Lemon Law provides comprehensive protection to the purchasers and lessees of motor vehicles who unwittingly find themselves stuck with a lemon. The Illinois Lemon Law affords consumers the ability to seek a refund or replacement for their defective vehicle if the vehicle’s manufacturer, through its authorized dealers, fails to repair a defect that substantially impairs the vehicle’s use, value, or safety within a reasonable number of attempts.
Looking for an experienced Illinois lemon law attorney? Adam J. Krohn and Gregory H. Moss are the founding partners of Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center®. They started the firm in Chicago, Illinois in 1995 with the goal of using state and federal law to assist Illinois consumers to rid themselves of their defective vehicles. Since 1995, Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® has successfully represented thousands of Illinois consumers without charge. Rather, per a provision of federal law, the firm demands that automobile manufacturers pay the consumer’s attorneys’ fees if the consumer prevails. The firm has used this provision of federal law and their knowledge of consumer protection statutes to expand their practice to help consumers nationwide.
Because of their vast experience, the attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® have been instrumental in shaping consumer laws in the State of Illinois. Through their zealous advocacy, Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® has convinced trial and appellate courts throughout the state to interpret consumer protection laws as broadly as possible in favor of the consumer.
While the Illinois New Vehicle Buyer Protection Act, also known as the “Illinois Lemon Law,” provides that the automobile manufacturer must refund or replace a new vehicle that is subject to non-conformities four (4) times in the vehicle’s first year or 12,000 miles, or is out of service thirty (30) or more business days in the same period, Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® has successfully represented thousands of Illinois consumers through their use of the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (also known as the “federal Lemon Law”) who otherwise would not qualify for relief under the “Illinois Lemon Law.” In contrast, the federal Act requires that manufacturers of all consumer products, whether new or used, must repair their products within a reasonable time or reasonable number of attempts throughout the duration of the warranty accompanying the consumer product.
Therefore, if you own or lease a new or used automobile that is subject to repair multiple times, whether during the vehicle’s first year or thereafter, the attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® can use federal law to help you to obtain relief.
If you need an Illinois lemon law lawyer, turn to the attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center®. Our team has more than 25 years of combined experience handling cases under the Federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and/or the Illinois Lemon Law. We will help you to understand your rights under both state and federal law and we will walk you through the necessary steps to obtain the appropriate relief. Whether you need a lemon law attorney in Chicago or anywhere else in Illinois, please contact us at (866) 388-8290 for a free consultation or supply your contact information to get a free evaluation of your case.
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