Class Action For Lemon Law Problems
Most lemon law problems are addressed in individual lawsuits, in which one person is bringing a claim against a manufacturer for one vehicle. If a problem with a vehicle is widespread, there may be a class action matter you can either join or potentially start with the guidance of attorney Christina Gill Roseman at Roseman Law Firm, PLLC, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
With years of experience in lemon law cases and auto defect fraud matters, including transmission issues, air bag matters and buy-backs from manufacturers, attorney Roseman will provide you with the information and guidance you need to understand your options. She can explain the difference between class action and individual cases and how each may impact the outcome of the case.
More About Class Actions
Typically, if you get the class action notice, you must make a decision on whether to stay in the class or to “opt out” or exclude yourself from the class. In certain situations, you would be better off staying in a class action, but in others, you would do better opting out of the class action in pursuing an individual case. Whether it is better to stay in or opt out of the class action depends on the specific facts of your case and the potential remedy from the class action. If you are having a problem with your vehicle that is covered by the class action, you should consider talking to an experienced lemon law lawyer in your state before opting out of a class action covering that problem with your vehicle.
Time Is Of The Essence
It is especially important to speak with a lemon law lawyer in your state if you believe a problem with your vehicle may be participating in covered by a class action. There are time constraints and important dates to which you must adhere, making it essential to take action as soon as possible.
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Do not hesitate to explore your options if you have been affected by an auto recall, auto defect or other vehicle-related issue. Roseman Law Firm also represents clients in West Virginia, Ohio and Michigan. Call us at 800-745-5259 or contact us online today to get free legal help.