Business Disputes: Warranty Claims
Warranties are designed to compensate you for non-performance or under-performance of an item. As a business owner, you may need to invest in vehicles, heavy equipment, and other business-related equipment. When products or equipment fail or under-perform, you may need to enact the warranties for those assets.
If the manufacturer fails to uphold the terms and conditions provided in its warranty document, you may be facing a financial burden to replace or repair the product or equipment. Don’t take a financial hit, call the North Carolina business dispute lawyers at HensonFuerst at (919) 781-1107 or complete a free initial consultation form.
Breach of Warranty
Similar to a breach of contract, when a seller refuses to honor a product’s warranty, it may be considered an unfair or deceptive business practice. You may need to take legal action to obtain an appropriate replacement or refund of your business-related equipment.
Consumer protection laws in North Carolina are designed to hold manufacturers to a standard of quality. Our North Carolina breach of contract attorneys are committed to holding manufacturers accountable.