I purchased a car 5 days ago & the motor blew off 3 days after i got it! Iv been calling the dealer where i got it from to see if i can get a borrow car while mine is getting fix but they wont called me back. the car has warranty but i dnt know if...
There may be ways to void the sale and possibly go after the dealer. But, you will need an attorney to help you with this.See question
He crashed the truck and I was no where around. Now they are suspending my licence...But I am not at fault..can they do this or can I fight it?
You can - and should - fight it. You will have much better luck with an attorney helping you. I am going to switch this question to the appropriate area, however, as this is not a lemon law issue.See question
i traded truck plus 250 dollars can i get it back
Missouri's lemon law does not cover used vehicles, unfortunately. However, you may have a case under the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act. You should contact an attorney and explain your situation.See question
I bought a car from dealership in St Louis Mo I received a title that didn't have all owners signatures when I got it back it was the wrong name Title no good owner says he not responible
You will need an attorney who handles consumer law to help you with this.See question
On May 30,2015 I put a down payment of $1,000 down on a 2002 Buick Rendezvous. The following week I took them $250.They asking asking price was $3,900.I went to a used car lot but I had a 60 day warranty which really covered 50% if Transmission/En...
You may have a claim under the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act. You'll want to speak with a consumer rights attorney right away.See question
They towed the car June 8 I got the car back June 25 they said with a new engine.. June 26 I arrived to work and pull out the drive way and seen oil on the ground and my oil light like before.
More information is needed. Did you buy it new or used? If you bought it used, the Lemon Law does not apply, but you may have a claim under the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act. Did you buy "as is?" Did you buy from a dealer or private party? If you bought from a dealer, did the dealer give you a valid inspection? These are questions that an attorney will ask you. You should contact an attorney who handles consumer cases.See question
years for this, is this true?
If it's 2nd degree, then yes, that is a Class C Felony, range of punishment is up to 7 years.See question
I was a passenger in the car I don't see how I cam be charged with 1st degree child endangerment and the charges stick any advice or case law that will help me beat this or get it dropped to a misdemeanor
You need to hire a lawyer immediately, and not post things on public forums. Delete this post if you can. This incident made the news in Springfield, so either edit or delete your post!!See question
One of the speed limit signs (a 60 from a 45) was moved back in Republic and I was unaware of this and therefore was speeding in a 45. I saw the cop behind me but didn't realize I was speeding because this area was previously a 60 and I could see ...
The best strategy is to hire an attorney to try to fix it to a non-moving violation to avoid points and insurance rate increases.See question
We bought a truck with no warranty and on the way home the transmission starting acting up
Missouri's Lemon Law only covers new cars. However, you may still have recourse against the dealer. Please feel free to call or email me, I'd be happy to speak with you about your case.See question