Representing Consumers’ Best Interests In Service Contracts
Whether you are purchasing a car, truck, boat, motor home or electronic equipment, you will likely be offered a service contract as protection against defects. Most salespeople equate a service contract with a warranty, but this is not true. If you or a loved one has purchased a product that turned out to be faulty, contact an experienced California lawyer as soon as possible.
At The Law Office of Lawrence J. Hutchens, our Los Angeles service contract attorneys have decades of combined experience protecting consumers. Service contracts can be a powerful tool to keep a consumer product in working order. It is not uncommon, however, for disputes to arise. When this happens, it is crucial that you have an experienced attorney on your side.
You Have Rights Under A Service Contract
Most often, service contracts are administered by an independent firm. It is its responsibility to examine the defect and make a determination regarding the feasibility of whether the product should be repaired or replaced. The contract provider also has the option of determining that the defect is not covered by the terms of the contract.
The service contract provider is required to fix your car, for example, so it can be driven — at no charge. If you have a service contract, the company must provide all the services and parts that might be necessary to repair your vehicle so it operates correctly. If you feel that your contract is not being honored, contact our firm at once.
Contact Our Firm
If you have further questions regarding service contracts, 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.