Ford customers with peeling or blistering paint problems on their cars should look to have a new paint job paid by Ford Motor Company. In one of the latest national consumer claims problems for Ford, a number of new Ford vehicles have a known problem with the paint applied to the aluminum body of the vehicle. This problem results in blistering or peeling through no fault of the auto or truck owner. It is not a problem that results from the owner’s failure to properly maintain or care for the vehicle. It is instead a defect in the paint product used or applied by Ford.
Consumers who shell out for a new vehicle should rightfully object to driving a car with unsightly paint problems. However, paint jobs are not cheap, and a person buying a new vehicle should have the job done right to recover the new car quality paint job that that they paid for.
Law firms that handle consumer claims and deceptive sales practice cases, like the Cleveland law firm of Landskroner Grieco Madden Ltd. can help in such cases. If your vehicle is one of the Ford vehicles where the paint work is developing a problem, seeking the assistance of any exprienced lawyer in this area can help make the claim go smoothly.