Lemon Law Chevy Silverado
Have You Noticed Your 2018-2023 Chevy Silverado Pickup Truck Shaking, Hesitating or Losing Power?
Remember when you drove your new or CPO 2018-2023 Chevy Silverado pickup off the lot? You were proud to be driving an attractive, versatile truck known for its powerful towing, hauling and off-road capabilities.
But the moment you start to notice consistent stalling problems, transmission issues or electrical troubles, that pride may turn sour thinking you may have picked a lemon.
That’s when Strategic Legal Practices can help you determine if you have a Lemon Law case, what your rights are, and what kind of compensation you could be entitled to!
As one of California’s premier Lemon Law litigators, our Lemon Law attorneys will look into your specific case and fight for your rights! With safety recalls already issued for 2018-2023 Chevy Silverados, Strategic Legal Practices (slpattorney.com) can help determine if your car meets the more serious Lemon Law requirements, and help you get any compensation you’re entitled to through a Lemon Law Buyback — a refund or replacement vehicle, plus any other costs you may have incurred.
What are some of the problems that might enable a Lemon Law claim to be filed against Chevy Silverados?
Any issue with your warrantied new or CPO Chevy Silverado is an inconvenience. But when a problem could lead to more serious concerns that impair the use, value or safety of your vehicle, it’s time to put the Lemon Law lawyers at Strategic Legal Practices to work for you. They know the California Lemon Law and know which issues are of most concern. Some of the most unsettling, critical categories include:
- Engine failure
- Rough running
- No acceleration
- Coolant leaks
- Reduced power
- Shifting problems
- Erroneous gear shifting
- Rolling while in park
- Slippery gears
- Heavy vibration
- Delayed gear engagement
- No starting
- Infotainment system malfunctions
- Radio glitches
- AC defects
- Power steering failure
- Steering wheel controls
Any one of these mishaps is annoying and troublesome. But when they have the potential to lead to a life-threatening accident while driving, that’s when you know it’s time to take action.
Let Strategic Legal Practices help you determine if you have a Lemon Law case.
- Do you have documented proof that you have tried to have significant defects in your warrantied new or CPO 2018-2023 Chevy Silverado repaired by the manufacturer or authorized dealer, but have been refused service?
- Has the manufacturer been unable to repair your car after a reasonable number of repair attempts?
- Has the manufacturer or authorized dealer not offered you a loaner car until the problems are resolved?
- Has the manufacturer not made any reimbursement for related expenses?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it’s a strong indication that your Chevy Silverado pickup truck falls under the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty act, better known as California’s Lemon Law.
That’s why Strategic Legal Practices encourages you to reach out to see if you’re entitled to a vehicle buyback, a replacement or a cash settlement.
Strategic Legal Practices is dedicated to battling corporations and defending drivers like you.
Our founder, attorney Payam Shahian, was once a leading defense attorney for a major auto manufacturer, successfully defending them against numerous law complaints. So successful in fact, that when he left the company to enter private practice and serve individual car owners like you, the manufacturer sought to prevent him from representing complainants. They lost.
With a 99% success rate, you can trust Payam Shahian and the Lemon Law experts at Strategic Legal Practices to fight for your rights. We strongly encourage you to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation today.