Helping Consumers Recover From Bankrupt Dealers And Manufacturers

In a challenging economy, many California dealers and manufacturers have found themselves in financial peril in recent years. When these dealers or manufacturers file for bankruptcy, it can feel like the consumer has been left out in the cold. It is important to remember that you still have options. Contact a skilled Los Angeles manufacturer bankruptcy attorney today.

If you have a defective product that would normally be rectified by a now-bankrupt company, The Law Office of Lawrence J. Hutchens can help. Who can you turn to when the dealer or manufacturer has gone bankrupt? Our firm will carefully examine your paperwork and the bankruptcy records to determine lender liability. Most often, we can pursue compensation from the bank even if the original manufacturer is no longer in operation.

Help Is Available

In the past, when the manufacturer or dealer of a car, truck, boat or motor home went bankrupt, a consumer could feel stuck with a defective product. It was not uncommon for the bank to state that it could not do anything because the people who made and sold you the car were no longer around. Recently, the federal government has stepped in and changed the idea that the bank could hide behind the notion of “we didn’t sell it”. Contact a lawyer at our firm to learn more about how the bank can be held responsible for your defective consumer products.

Contact Our Firm

If you have further questions regarding manufacturer and dealer bankruptcy, we invite you to contact The Law Office of Lawrence J. Hutchens to schedule a free consultation. We can be reached by calling 800-608-2510 or by completing our online contact form. We will advance all legal costs through the duration of your case, and we offer services in both English and Spanish.