The owner of a 2009 Chevrolet HHR contacted the Law Offices of Delsack & Associates, P.C. after experiencing repeated problems with her vehicle. She purchased the wagon new in September 2010 and drove it for only a month when it started loosing power under normal operating conditions. Persistent problems resulted in the vehicle being returned to a GMC dealer, seven (7) more times for issues that include:

  • Continued Loss Of Power
  • Defective Steering Assist
  • Defective Suspension
  • Defective Electric Brake Control Module
  • Electronic Stabilizer Control Light Remains On
  • Defective Throttle Body Assembly

After repeated unsuccessful repair attempts, the HHR owner questioned the safety of her vehicle. She called the Law Offices of Delsack & Assoc., P.C. for a free lemon law consultation with an experienced lemon law attorney, and retained our services to represent her in her demand to have GMC repurchase the vehicle. 
Within a few weeks, we were able to recover her down payment, monthly payments, and registration. GMC also paid the purchase balance in full, along with all attorney’s fees. The manufacturer was allowed to deduct a “usage fee” based on the vehicles mileage, but because the first repair attempt was shortly after the vehicle had been purchased, the fee was minimal.
If you are driving a vehicle that has repeated unrepairable problems related to its safety, use, or value, you could be driving a lemon. The California Lemon Law could help you! Contact us today at 1-888-ExLEMON (1-888-395-3666) or go to to submit a free California lemon law case review form.

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