Originally Posted by chili cheese
What he's referring to is the fact that if found at fault, the manufacturer pays your attorney's fees. Trust me, the attorney is worth it if you're busy. It worked out great in my case. If you are unemployed and have nothing to do but learn the law and deal with the frustration, then go for it.
And I am not debating this at all..but someone needs to pay a retainer upfront for the lawyer unless they handle the whole thing on contingency.which I am not sure of with lemons