you bought a used car, you expected it to be as-advertised. Car
dealers have a legal obligation to be forthright about the vehicle’s
condition. They must be honest about its title, mileage and
worthiness to drive. If you drove the car home only to have it break
down within a few days, you may be interested in the Indiana
This law is in place to protect your wallet and your rights.
a majority of used car dealers are ethical, there are a few who are
not. Those few unethical car dealers might try to scam you for your
money. If your newly purchased used car broke down, your next step is
to take it to the mechanic. Your mechanic writes down an estimate of
what is wrong and how much it will cost to fix. That report may
conflict with what the dealer told you about the used car. This is
where we can help.
take a look at the mechanic’s report about your car. We may even have
you get a second opinion from another mechanic. As a part of our
investigation, we also take a look at the documentation that you
received from the car dealer. It is important for you to know the
truth about your vehicle. If you were lied to or scammed, we are
ready to protect you in a court of law. We could negotiate on your
behalf or take your case to the courts.
you need legal help related to the Indiana Lemon Law, contact us at
Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center. We offer representation
that you can count on in order to protect your rights. Call us to
schedule a consultation at our law center or visit us online at
YourLemonLawRights.com for more information.
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