Consumer Leasing Act Violations?
Did you lease your vehicle for personal, family or household purposes?
Was your lease for a period in excess of four months?
Does your lease disclose whether you have the option to purchase the vehicle?
Does your lease disclose the lease end option purchase price?
Did the dealership/lessor change any of the above terms?
When calling a consumer law attorney, make sure to insist that you speak with the attorney that will be handling your case. I’ll personally take your call as I want to hear the details of your situation.
If You Answered YES to the questions above and you live in either Michigan or Ohio, then complete our Free Evaluation Form. Not only is the Evaluation Free, we will look to the Lessor to pay ALL Attorney Fees.
Keep in mind that the Consumer Leasing Act covers many items, not just cars. So if you leased personal property (i.e. not real estate), and you answer YES to the above questions, call our office for a consultation.