Automotive fraud encompasses a wide range of different illegal business tactics that take advantage of consumers. If you believe a business has taken advantage of you when it comes to a vehicle, we may be able to help.
Vehicles are very important to our daily life. Owning or leasing a vehicle gives freedom, reliability, and independence to do the things we need. When an automotive business takes advantage of consumers, they rob consumers of those benefits and disrupt or destroy the lives of consumers. Bad dealings with vehicles can range from a minor inconvenience to wreaking havoc on the lives of consumers.
We serve clients in a range of practice areas, helping our clients get their lives back together after fraudulent business practices disturbed their lives and, often, livelihood.
How We Help Automotive Fraud Victims
We meet with clients to fully understand their case and the details of what happened that might have led to automotive fraud. We take care to understand the full details of what occurred that might have violated the client’s rights when buying, leasing, financing, or repairing their vehicle.
After understanding the facts of the case, our attorneys help our clients decide the best path forward to help resolve the fraud and restore their rights.
Each case is different, each client affects us. We work on client’s cases with the goal of righting wrongs that may have been committed and returning our client’s lives to normalcy. We strive to reduce the financial burdens and emotional stress that often accompanies automotive fraud.
Lemon Law Attorneys in Arkansas
Arkansas established the New Motor Vehicle Quality Assurance Act, also known as the Arkansas Lemon Law, in 2014 to give consumers who have bought ‘lemon’ vehicles a way out of what is often a rollercoaster ride.
Purchasers of used cars that believe they were sold a lemon or that the seller lied about the condition of the vehicle may also have legal recourse in Arkansas, depending on the circumstances of the case. Undisclosed damage, such as a prior wreck or salvaged vehicle, or odometer rollbacks may be reasons you believe you were sold a used car lemon. Other times, there might be problems with the car’s title or registration only discovered after you’ve purchased a used vehicle.
If you have been sold a lemon, Crowder McGaha, LLP may take your case to help you get a refund or replacement for your lemon car. Contact us to find out how.
Faulty Repairs and Service Contract Fraud
Some consumers sign up for service contracts when purchasing a new or used vehicle from the business they bought the vehicle from or a partner business. Other consumers take their vehicles to their local dealership or automotive repair shop for service. Sometimes, repairs and routine maintenance can go wrong and cost much more than anticipated or be faulty. If you’ve been the victim of faulty repairs or service contract fraud, we may help. Contact us to find out how.
Automotive Contracts and Financing
Most consumers sign a contract when they purchase a car or receive automotive financing. Other consumers purchase supplemental insurance, such as theft and gap insurance, or automotive insurance as part of a contract. Sometimes, these contracts can be abusive or contain illegal or unfair terms that violate consumer rights. If you are the victim of a fraudulent or unfair automotive contract or auto loan, we may help. Contact us to find out how.
Are you a victim of automobile fraud?
If you’ve been taken advantage of when purchasing or leasing a car, in a repair shop, by financing scams, or by unfair practices or warranties, you might be the victim of automobile fraud.
Automotive fraud is wide reaching, including the following areas:
- Certified Pre-owned Vehicles
- DMV and Licensing
- Faulty Repairs
- Fraud or Deception
- Lemon Law (new car)
- Lemon Law (used car)
- Odometer Roll-back
- Sales or Financing Scams
- Service Contracts
- Supplemental Insurance (theft, “gap”, life, disability, etc.)
- Title and Registration
- Undisclosed Damage, Prior Wreck or Salvage Vehicle
- Unfair Practice
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