Auto Manufacturers began using High-Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps over a decade ago in efforts to offer increased brightness and longer bulb life over halogens. However, the HID lamps require complicated electronic control systems for operation and their overall design and durability may be suspect.

Many automobile owners have experienced intermittent headlight failures where their headlamps appear to function normally when first turned on, but will sporadically shut off while the vehicle is being driven. Thus, many owners temporarily lose illumination from one or both headlamps at recurring and unpredictable intervals. Dealers often suggest owners and consumers who lease their cars pay for expensive bulb changes, electronic control module replacements, and significant time and labor costs (in some cases front bumpers need to be removed to access the headlight assemblies) instead of covering the problems under the manufacturer's warranty.

It is suspected that design and /or manufacturing flaws may be a factor in causing these issues.

Recover Damages and Protect Yourself Against Repair Costs

The Law Office of Robert L. Starr has helped automobile owners recover losses and protect against future damages. We protect the rights of consumers, and our in-depth knowledge of the methods auto dealers and manufacturers use to avoid paying valid repair costs is second-to-none.

We are currently investigating consumers concerns regarding their HID problems.

This includes defective operations such as:

  • Intermittent Operation
  • Sporadic Shutoff
  • Flickering
  • Failure

Contact Us If You Have Paid to Repair Your HID Headlights

Call today to speak with our office about your headlight failure and what the dealer and manufacturer have told you.

It costs you nothing to call and speak with an attorney about your vehicle problems, and you may be able to recover costs associated with replacing the headlight bulbs or electronic control module. It doesn't matter what state you live in, we can work with you via phone, email, and fax to get the story straight about your car's issues.

Call today for a free, confidential consultation about your HID lights shut off / flickering problems.