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A Mechanics Law Attorney in Texas Can Help If You’ve Been Treated Unfairly by a Mechanic

Posted by John A. Hixson | Dec 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

It's enough of a pain when your car breaks down, and you need to tie up time and money getting repairs.  But when the mechanic is dishonest and tells you that you need repairs that are not necessary, or when the cost estimate is inaccurate, there's even more pain. Although you might feel like you're totally at the mercy of the mechanic, it doesn't have to be that way. A mechanics law attorney in Texas can help if you've been treated unfairly by a mechanic. The Hixson Law Firm of Texas understands the laws and regulations that affect car repairs and auto shops in Texas. Our expert legal staff will help you get justice if your mechanic has violated these laws.

Deceptive Practices Mechanics May Use

By law, you are entitled to an honest estimate and to have the work done within a reasonable amount of time that's mutually agreed upon. Mechanics may not dishonestly tell you that you need work that does not need to be done. They can't make unauthorized repairs and then hold you financially liable for them. If you believe this has been done to you, you are protected by UDAP laws, or Unfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices Statutes. If you believe you've been deceived or dealt with dishonestly by a mechanic, hiring a mechanics law attorney can get you the legal recourse you need. The Hixson Law Firm of Texas will be your advocate and defend your rights in your mechanics law case.

Call to Schedule a Free Consultation with a Mechanics Law Attorney in Texas Today

If you believe you have been treated unfairly by a mechanic, call to schedule a free consultation with a mechanics law attorney in Texas today. The Hixson Law Firm offers you the latest and best in legal representation when you've been deceived, overcharged, or have had ineffective repairs from a dishonest mechanic.  We serve the cities of Mansfield, Arlington and Grand Prairie, Texas, and we are eager to serve you, too. Call us at (817) 261-5000 and let us help you get fair treatment from your auto mechanic.

About the Author

John A. Hixson

John Hixson practiced as corporate counsel for five years in the construction and real estate industries before starting the Hixson Law Firm. Since 1988, he has practiced as a sole proprietor in Arlington, Texas, focusing his practice on civil law matters.


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