Our Team of lawyers has collectively handled 1000’s of lemon law cases.
If your car is not covered under the Texas Lemon Law, you may still have a claim under the Federal Law called the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.
Our firm was started by attorneys who used to defend one of Detroit's Big 3 Car Manufacturers from Lemon Law claims since 1995. We have an insider view on how auto manufacturers analyze your case. With over 20 years of experience we focus on trying to settle your claim fast and maximize your settlement.
The way most Lemon Law statutes work, the manufacturer may have to pay your attorney’s fees. And if we do not win, you owe us nothing. And if we obtain a settlement for you, our attorneys’ fees are normally paid by the auto companies. Also, you won’t pay a retainer fee up front to have us represent you. Get a Free/No obligation case review by filling out our short web form or calling our toll free number.
We can help you determine if you have a case, and the best way to achieve a satisfactory result for you. Call now for a FREE CASE REVIEW to see if your case qualifies. Our firm has helped clients get all of their money back with the Attorney Fees paid for by the Manufacturer, not you. Call us today to understand your consumer rights under Federal and Texas Lemon Law statutes.
If your car is found to be a lemon, you can get a cash settlement or vehicle repurchased, including your down payment, trade in, monthly payments and taxes, – minus a small usage fee.
Provided your car is still safe to drive, you can continue to use your vehicle until your case is settled.
Adam Mott is an associate attorney at the firm and is licensed to practice in Texas. Prior to joining the firm, Adam received his Bachelor of Arts in Government from The University of Texas at Austin. Adam then earned his Juris Doctor from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, where he received the William B. Hutchison Merit Scholarship. During his tenure at SMU, Adam represented indigent clients accused of criminal offenses as a member of SMU’s Criminal Justice Clinic. It was through his work representing clients in the criminal justice system where Adam fully realized his passion for helping those in need.
Adam brings an extensive array of legal knowledge and experience to Law Offices of Jason S. Hegedus PLLC. Prior to joining the firm, Adam represented businesses in complex tax matters. Furthermore, Adam has additional experience in creditors’ rights cases, and clerked for the Texas Attorney General, where he gained valuable experience in civil litigation. Adam’s current practice focuses on breach of warranty matters, Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act cases, general vehicle warranty litigation, and cases involving breach of the Deceptive Trade Practice Act.