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What if my case isn’t covered by the Texas Lemon Law, do I have any other recourse?

Yes, consumers in Texas may also use the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act to provide them with rel...

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Yes, consumers in Texas may also use the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act to provide them with relief for the purchase of any car, truck, SUV or other consumer product. The federal Act supplements the protections of the Texas 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. Therefore, if you have a car, truck, SUV, or other consumer product that proves to be defective, contact Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® toll free at 866-543-5924 or by completing a free case review

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What documents are necessary to prove that my vehicle is a lemon?

Your repair receipts are your best evidence. Be sure to always request a copy of any repair receipts...

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Your repair receipts are your best evidence. Be sure to always request a copy of any repair receipts when you tender your vehicle for repair. Whether you pay for the repair or not, you are entitled to a repair order receipt. While these documents are all that we need to prove your claim, we may also request that you provide us with a copy of your purchase documents and registration.

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How does my lawyer get paid?

The attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. will only charge a fee if they win your case. While the Texa...

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The attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. will only charge a fee if they win your case. While the Texas Department of Transportation generally does not award attorneys’ fees when rendering a decision, if the hearing examiner does not find in favor of the consumer, the consumer may file an appeal in a district or appeals court and attorneys’ fees may be awarded by the Court. However, 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!

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How long do I have to return a car under the Texas Lemon Law?

An automobile owner cannot return the car until he/she has been awarded a replacement/repurchase of ...

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An automobile owner cannot return the car until he/she has been awarded a replacement/repurchase of the automobile by the Texas Department of Transportation.

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Is there a Lemon Law in Texas for a used car & new cars?

The Texas Lemon law typically only applies to new vehicles. However, consumers in Texas may use the ...

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The Texas Lemon law typically only applies to new vehicles. However, consumers in Texas 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 Texas 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.

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How do I file a lemon law claim in Texas?

The attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® can help you to file a claim to make su...

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The attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® can help you to file a claim to make sure that you meet all of the regulatory requirements for doing so. We can assist you to fill out a Lemon Law complaint form with the Texas DMV and provide notice of the complaint to the automobile manufacturer to give them a last opportunity to repair defect. The complaint is then reviewed by the assigned Texas DMV staff case advisor for completeness and eligibility and an attempt to resolve the complaint through mediation between the parties will be made. If the claims cannot be resolved through mediation, the matter will be referred for a hearing before an assigned hearing examiner in which both parties will be able to present their case. The hearing examiner will issue a final written decision to the parties on the matter within 60 days after the close of the hearing. If either party is dissatisfied by the decision of the examiner, they may challenge the final order by filing a motion for rehearing with the Texas DMV. If still dissatisfied, the aggrieved party may file an appeal with a state district or appeals court in Travis County, Texas. The experienced attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® can help you through this process.

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