Brian Livings purchases a used car from Girard Nissan in Connecticut and within several days the vehicle becomes inoperable. Livings gets the car repaired per the dealership’s approval but now can’t get reimbursed. Can our advocates help sweeten the taste of the lemon he just bought? “Girard Nissan sold me a lemon and won’t honor my warranty”
Kip Anderson’s General Electric refrigerator has suffered a catastrophic failure. But she’s not happy with GE’s resolution — and we don’t think we can help her get a better one. “Does the “lemon law” cover a four-year-old refrigerator?”
After purchasing a defective new car and having to trade it in at a loss, Edward Keucher just wanted fair compensation. He lost $6,000 on the trade and wants Chrysler to reimburse him, but that isn’t going to happen — and unfortunately, we can’t help.
Keucher’s case is a good lesson in why you should always act quickly if you are seeking compensation, and keep the evidence if you want to make a claim. Here’s why. “He sold his “lemon,” but he still wants Chrysler to pay his damages”