, PA (PressExposure) May 18, 2009 -- Kimmel and Silverman, the oldest and largest lemon law firm in Western Pennsylvania is sharing their top ten list of the cars they see most in their Pittsburgh office. In April, they worked on an investigative report with WTAE TV reporter Paul Van Osdel. Paul obtained a list from PENNDot (Pennsylvania Department of Transportation) of the 10 most troublesome brands of car sold in Western Pennsylvania.
Lawyers at Kimmel and Silverman found the list to be rather incomplete, as it only covered vehicles that were purchased back from the manufacturer and officially titled as lemons. The list did not include vehicles where consumers received thousands of dollars in monetary damages and were able to keep their cars.
Paul Van Osdel asked Kimmel and Silverman to compile a list of the cars they see the most in their Pittsburgh caseload. There was not enough time to share this information on the air as part of the story, so 1 800 LEMON LAW is sharing the information with the consumer via their blog. Their top ten are:
Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet Impala Chevrolet Silverado Chevrolet Malibu Jeep Grand Cherokee Jeep Liberty Chevrolet Equinox Kia Sedona Pontiac G6 Saturn VUE Jeep Commander Jeep Wrangler.
1 800 LEMON LAW works to educate drivers in the Western Pennsylvania area about their options when they are plagued by ineffective car repairs. More information about the Lemon Law Firm of Kimmel and Silverman is available online at http://www.lemonlaw.com.
About Kimmel and Silverman, P.C.
With five full-service offices, serving distressed drivers throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Ohio, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, Kimmel & Silverman is the Northeastâs oldest and largest lemon law and automotive consumer advocacy firm. The firm has provided cost-free lemon law and breach of warranty help to more than 50,000 consumers since its inception in 1991, recovering over $150 million for their clients. For more information about consumersâ rights, visit http://www.lemonlaw.com or call 1-800-LEMON-LAW (1-800-536-6652).