Are you encountering repeated problems related to the safety, value, and use of your Chevrolet vehicle? Let the experience of the California Lemon Law Specialists work for you. The Law Offices of Delack & Associates have been helping California consumers get rid of their California lemons for over 32 years.
Life is too short to be driving a defective Chevrolet vehicle! If you think your Chevy could be a lemon, contact the Law Offices of Delsack & Associates for a free consultation with an experienced California lemon law attorney. Get rid of your lemon today!.
Chevrolet (Chevy) is one of the oldest and best known American made vehicles produced by General Motors. They are best known for their fiberglass sports car the Corvette, first produced in 1953. Today they produce a wide variety of automobiles from subcompact cars to medium duty commercial trucks. Some of the popular models of today include the Suburban, Tahoe, Sonic, Spark, and the Equinox.
Chevy cars, trucks and SUVs have undergone major changes over the years. During this time certain models have become known for certain mechanical issues, including problems with vehicle transmissions. Chevy drivers have reported a range of transmission problems, most of which involve automatic transmissions, including slipping between gears, cracks in the transmission housing, or a clog in the transmission fluid filter. Manual transmission problems are more rare, with the most common being a loose shifter lever. These Chevrolet problems can lead to decreased fuel economy. While small problems can be an inconvenience to drivers, bigger transmission problems, such as fluid leaks or problems with the electronic control unit, can lead to situations that can put drivers at risk.
The most often reported Chevrolet problems and symptoms include: airbags, brakes, door locks and security, engine, excessive oil consumption, fuel system, heating and cooling, ignition switch problems, leaking fluids, seat belts. stalling, steering, suspension, transmission, and the windshield wiper motor.
The models most affected by these problems include Avalanche, Aveo, Camaro, Cavalier, Cobalt, Colorado, Equinox, Impala, Malibu, Monte Carlo, Silverado, Suburban, Sonic, Tahoe, Trailblazer, Uplander, and the Venture.
If your Chevrolet is experiencing substantial and repeated, or safety related, problems, the California Lemon Law may help you have your vehicle repurchased and get your money back.
Your first step toward getting rid of your Chevrolet lemon is to complete and submit the short form above or call the Law Offices of Delsack and Associates for a FREE California Lemon Law case review at 888-EX-Lemon (888-395-3666).
We will evaluate your case for free, tell you how much you may be entitled to get back and have the manufacturer pay all legal fees.Fill out our form OR Call 1-888-395-3666
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At the Law Offices of Barry L. Edzant, we provide trusted legal counsel to consumers throughout Los Angeles County who have purchased defective vehicles, been injured due to someone else's negligence, and more. When your auto dealership is unable to properly repair your vehicle, our skilled legal team will pursue a lemon law claim against the vehicle's manufacturer to get your money back or put you into a new vehicle. Over many years, we have developed excellent relationships with all auto manufacturers, with whom we work closely to get you the recourse to which you're entitled. Our team also fights on your behalf to recover compensation for injuries you've sustained through no fault of your own. We design tenacious strategies to hold the responsible parties accountable and secure the maximum amount of damages possible.
We believe in the value of personal service. All of our clients meet with Attorney Barry Edzant, our founder, who is personally involved in all of the firm's cases. Professionalism matters here. As a client, you can expect to hear from us on a regular basis. You will always know the current status of your case and be involved in every major decision. Our job is to pursue recourse with the responsible party or parties, plan out the legal strategy, and make sure your claim is pursued vigorously within the California legal system.