Amelia

I contacted Doug Sohn regarding the persistent problems I was having with my 2013 Ford Fiesta. I had purchased the vehicle new from a local dealership, and after about 2 months (or less) of owning the car, I began experiencing problems; lurching, grinding, and stalling to name a few. After multiple trips to the dealership and an extensive search on the internet, I realized many of these vehicles tend to have problems. It was about a year of constantly taking the car to the dealership for multiple repairs, as well as problems they were unable to fix. I then contacted corporate. They assured me they would help me, but unfortunately, they did not follow through, I was told my car was operating within “normal performance.” I requested they buy back my car, which they refused. My last resort was to seek litigation, or lose about $6,000 of depreciation on my vehicle by trading it in, not to mention the time and stress involved in this experience. I have a friend who is a lawyer, and they encouraged me to pursue lemon law. I explained that I was concerned about the cost of hiring a lawyer, but lemon law works to protect the consumer and I did not have to pay anything for my case. Now that you know the backstory, on to Doug. Doug has very positive reviews on multiple sites such as Yelp and Avvo, and after meeting with him, I felt certain that I was making the right decision. He is kind, professional, and everything he told me about my case proved to be accurate. Within 6 months I won my lawsuit and was able to receive a full refund for my vehicle, with interest payments also reimbursed. He is a highly competent and experienced lemon lawyer, with 30 + years of working exclusively in lemon law. I am beyond pleased that I chose to pursue lemon law and chose him as the lawyer to represent my case. I highly recommend him. Even if you are not sure if your vehicle qualifies for lemon law, call him for consultation. He will be honest with you, and if you have a case, he will be sure to help you win!

Amelia