|MI||Active And In Good Standing||1999||05/14/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Lawyer of the Year||Hollywood Law Reporter||2006|
|Principal||Gorman Law Group, P.C.||2006 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Consumer Law Section - State Bar of Michigan||Member||2006 - Present|
|The State Bar of California||Member||2005 - Present|
|State Bar of Michigan||Member||1998 - Present|
|Romanchuck v Ford Motor Company Mich App (2015)||Remanded for further actions at the trial court.|
|Allen v Chrysler Group, LLC, et. al. Mich App (2010)||Reversed and remanded back to the trial court for further proceedings.|
|Smith v. DaimlerChrysler, LLC, et. al. Mich App (2008)||DaimlerChrysler dismissed its appeal and resolved the case in favor of the Plaintiff.|
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|Central Michigan Univ||N/A||undergraduate||N/A|
|Michigan State UNV COL||N/A||law||N/A|
Posted by Christine
I purchased a 2017 Chrysler Pacifica in June 2016. In August things started going wrong with just about everything. It was in and out of the dealership every month. After months of this, I contacted Chrysler to submit a case to their buy back department. Again, months went by and no resolution from them. I found Troy by web searches. He was local and reviews were great. I was impressed with prompt returned calls and emails. He listened and had my best interest at heart. I truly believe without hiring him, I would still be fighting with Chrysler. He took much of the stress off my shoulders and most of all was honest with me. I can't thank him enough for his help!
Posted by anonymous
Troy was fantastic in helping me resolve my lemon law case. He explained the lemon process in great detail (and that it could drag out), but also to be patient. Whenever I had a question/comment/concern he responded very promptly and direct. I felt very confident in working with Troy and would urge any potential clients in the future to work with him.
Posted by Barbara
I found Troy by searching attorneys for the Lemon Law, l liked what I read and thought I would give him a try. It would be my first time dealing with an attorney that I had never met, however my outcome was perfect. I had a 2015 Jeep Patriot that I had purchased in January of 2015 and only had 3000 miles on it. I took it in twice within 30 days for the sun roof leaking, 5 times within a month because of the check engine light. They tried to fix the sunroof but the transmission was another story. The last time they had it for 30 days and had to call engineers from Auburn Hills to come out. They literally torn that vehicle apart from top to bottom. I didn't feel comfortable with the fact they said they fixed it and it fell within the Lemon Law guidelines. My dealings with Troy were very easy I could email him information, fax it to him or need be talk with him. I learned from him that I signed the arbitration agreement which I pretty much signed my rights away because I used an employee discount something people don't realize when signing all the forms for a purchase, but if you don't sign it you cannot use the discount. However, in the end with persistence on his part he was able to get Chrysler to honor the lemon law. The middle of January 2016 I was given a refund from Chrysler all but $500 for mileage and they paid him in full. I can't thank him more for what he did, I would recommend him to anyone that needs help with a lemon.
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