A warranty is a means to ensure that companies stand by the quality of their product. Many of the products consumers purchase, as well as services they use, also come with express warranties. If the satisfaction that was guaranteed by the express warranty is not provided, some people will pursue lawsuits. North Carolina consumer protection laws are important to the safety and well-being of the community. Additionally, North Carolina law imposes certain warranties on the sale or lease of products and on the modification or repair of products. These are known as implied warranties.
Warranty affects more than just manufacturing and engineering. Advertising and marketing are areas of accountability and, since warranties can often be obscurely worded in the advertising, it’s important to understand the real implications of the warranty you purchase either automatically or independently of your product. If a warranty is deceptive or if the warrantor simply hasn’t made good on a warranty, the warranty holder may be entitled by law to compensation. Generally speaking, more of these cases end in settlement, and our goal is to make sure that the settlement is fair.
Whether you are a manufacturer or a consumer, it is imperative that you be aware of your rights and obligations regarding warranty. It is essential that if you believe you have been unjustly treated in a warranty matter, you obtain the assistance of an experienced lawyer in warranty litigation as quickly as possible. Our warranty litigation attorneys have over 20 years of experience helping customers navigate the complex laws and issues that arise when dealing with warranty claims, including the following:
- Clearing manufacturers of false accusations
- Prosecuting breach of implied and express warranties and contract issues
- Filing consumer fraud claims or other warranty claims
- Taking action against Deceptive Trade Practices
- Litigating revocation and rescission
Whether you are a company needing legal advice to protect your business interests, a consumer seeking restoration or compensation for breach of warranty, or just someone who would like guidance upon entering a warranty agreement, your first move should be to contact an attorney who is intimate with warranty law. We serve communities in North Carolina, including Asheville, Glenville, Woodrow and Spindale. Fisher Stark has a rich history of helping our clients in these claims or concerns about warranties. If you would like a case evaluation, please contact us today.