Michael Pritchard v. Ford Motor Co., et al
Our client purchased a new 2017 Ford F-150 from Mossy Ford in San Diego, California. Our client experienced a litany of problems with the vehicle, including problems with the breaking system, engine oil leaks, the vehicle’s 4×4 system, the Ford Pass system, and the auto start ignition system. Our client gave Ford numerous opportunities to repair the vehicle, but it was unable or unwilling to do so. Our client contacted Ford Motor Co. and asked that it repurchase the vehicle as a “lemon.” Ford refused. Our client contacted the Auto Fraud Legal Center for help. We filed a lawsuit in San Diego County Superior Court against Ford Motor Co. and Mossy Ford, alleging violations of the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act. The case settled when Ford Motor Co. offered to refund all monies paid, pay-off the loan, and allowed our client to keep the vehicle. Ford further agreed to pay our client’s attorney’s fees and costs.
HAVE YOU GIVEN A DEALERSHIP MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES TO FIX THE SAME PROBLEM UNDER WARRANTY? YOU MAY HAVE A CLAIM UNDER CALIFORNIA’S LEMON LAW! CONTACT THE AUTO FRAUD LEGAL CENTER FOR A FREE CONSULTATION AND EVALUATION OF YOUR RIGHTS!