Did you purchase a defective vehicle?
Lemon Laws were Designed to Protect Consumers Like You!
Whether you've been led to believe that they're not applicable to you, or even non-existent,
state and federal Lemon Laws were established to protect you from those who sell
you defective cars, trucks or other vehicles, as well as those who fail or refuse
to timely repair your vehicle. If you purchased a defective vehicle and are stressing
over how to resolve the situation, ending your vehicle nightmare begins with a phone
call to the law firm of Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center®.
At Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center ®, we work tirelessly to ensure that you're
compensated to the full extent of the law for the time and aggravation you've had
to endure in dealing with a defective vehicle. Our practice focuses on dealing with
Lemon Law cases, and we can say that ninety-seven (97) percent of our cases
are won or settled out of court. Best of all, there are no attorneys’ fees charged
to you, ever.*
Free Case Reviews for Lemon Law Victims
The first step in determining how our attorneys can help you is by getting your
case reviewed for free by an experienced Lemon Law attorney. Please fill out our
brief case evaluation form, send it, to us and we will review your situation at
once. After our initial review, an attorney will respond to you promptly with more
details, and to let you know if we believe you have a valid case. GET STARTED
Settling Your Lemon Law Claim, Our Process
Unlike the average consumer, car manufacturers and dealers have extensive experience
when it comes to negotiating settlements that work in their best interests. At Krohn
& Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center®, we believe that you deserve someone equally experienced
on your side, when it comes to getting a fair settlement for a defective automobile
which you were unknowingly sold.
When you need someone who genuinely understands the many facets of the Lemon Law,
Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® has the experience, the insight, and the
legal ability needed to successfully negotiate a lemon law settlement on your behalf.
Since 1995, we have helped tens of thousands of motorists get restitution for vehicles
that were sold with mechanical defects. Many clients come to us utterly devastated
and completely out of ideas. Read what others like you are saying about their experience
with Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® and how it helped them to resolve their
dispute with an automobile manufacturer and receive their money back, a replacement
vehicle or monetary damages after having been sold a defective vehicle. READ MORE
Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to Common Lemon Law Questions
Can I get my money back? How long do Lemon Law cases take? Where do I find Lemon
Law attorneys? If you were sold a defective vehicle, we understand that you have
many questions, on getting your money back, a replacement vehicle or monetary damages
under the state or federal Lemon Law. Our Frequently Asked Question forum has been
designed to make it easy to get answers to the most common lemon law questions,
quickly. Here are some of the questions we hear most frequently about getting relief
under the Lemon Law:
- Can I get my money back after buying a defective automobile?
- My car has problems, can't I get the dealer to replace it?
- What if vehicle repair records show no problems found?
- Will I need to pay a legal retainer for Lemon Law representation?
- What will my responsibilities be during the investigation and legal process?
- How do I find out if my situation qualifies for a Lemon Law case?
- What happens after I contact the attorneys at Krohn & Moss?
Contact our Office with Your Lemon Law Questions
If you prefer to contact our attorneys by e-mail, please take a moment to fill out
the designated contact form. Please include as much detail as possible to allow
us to make a proper case assessment.
About Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center®
For nearly two decades the attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center®
have been working tirelessly to help those who have been sold a defective vehicle
by a manufacturer. READ MORE
*If you are awarded a repurchase of your vehicle or
a replacement through settlement or arbitration that does not include a provision
for payment of attorneys’ fees, you may be required to pay for the attorneys’ fees
incurred should you accept such an award.