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kansas lemon law

We Provide Kansas
Lemon Law Representation
with NO Attorneys’ Fees

Did you buy a new vehicle and think it’s a lemon?

If you purchased a new motor vehicle in Kansas and you are experiencing numerous defects with your vehicle, you may be entitled to a refund of your money or a replacement vehicle under the Kansas Lemon Law. The Kansas Motor Vehicle Warranties Law, KSA 50-645, also referred to as the Kansas Lemon Law, may allow you to turn in your defective vehicle and obtain a refund of your money or get out of your defective vehicle and into a comparable replacement vehicle instead.

Call or email Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center ® immediately if you meet any one of the following scenarios within one (1) year from the date you purchased your vehicle:

  • Four (4) repairs for the same defect

  • Your vehicle has been out of service for at least thirty (30) calendar days, or

  • Ten (10) or more attempts to repair defects under warranty

Contact Kansas law attorney Adam Maxwell at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center ® to check your rights under the Kansas Lemon Law.

  • Call 1-800-USLEMON (800-875-3666), or call our Kansas Lemon Law attorney directly at 312-578-9428 x281

  • Tweet @Maxwell_KM

  • Email with your questions

You may recover a refund of your money or replacement vehicle if you qualify under the Kansas Lemon Law, and the attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® will help you prove your case every step of the way.

Our lemon law attorneys will provide to you the necessary advice to best protect yourself under the Kansas Lemon Law and put you in the best possible position to achieve a refund or replacement under the lemon law. If you believe you meet the requirements of the Kansas Lemon Law listed above, contact the lemon law attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® today. The lemon law attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. know the particular requirements of the lemon law and will assist you throughout the entire process to ensure you do not miss a step along the way toward obtaining a refund of your money or a replacement vehicle. If you qualify for protection under the Kansas Lemon Law, you can expect our lemon law attorneys to navigate the following lemon law tasks:

  • Answering all of your questions about how the lemon law process works and what you can expect to recover

  • Providing proper written notice of the problems with your vehicle to the vehicle’s manufacturer and initiating the lemon law process

  • Negotiating your case efficiently, and keeping you informed about the lemon law process

  • Coordinating any “informal dispute resolution” program that may be required by the vehicle’s manufacturer

  • Advising you on how to maximize your result under the lemon law

  • If necessary, filing a Petition with the Court and ultimately litigating your lemon law claim against the manufacturer’s attorneys

  • Advocating for you at each step in the lemon law process to achieve the best possible result that the Kansas Lemon Law allows

Even if you do not qualify under the Kansas Lemon Law, there are other great options for relief for consumers in Kansas.

In Kansas, every vehicle comes with a warranty that the vehicle is “fit for its ordinary purpose,” even if the selling business tells you that the vehicle was sold “as-is.” This is fantastic news for buyers of consumer products in all price ranges in Kansas. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, also known as the federal lemon law, offers warranty protection to consumers in every state, including Kansas, and offers protection for purchasers of a broad variety of defective consumer products. The Warranty Act applies to new and used cars and trucks, as well as a whole host of other consumer products such as iPods, stereos, televisions, refrigerators, etc. Unlike the Kansas Lemon Law, the Warranty Act does not require that repairs must have been made in the first year of ownership, but only that repairs were made under the terms of the product warranty. If your vehicle or other consumer product has been subject to multiple repairs under the terms of its warranty, call the lemon law attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center ® to explore the opportunity to exercise your rights and get the relief you deserve.

If you have had enough of your sour lemon vehicle and you want to explore your rights under the Kansas Lemon Law or Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, then call 1-800-USLEMON® (800-875-3666) to reach the lemon law attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® for a Free Case Review at no cost or obligation to you.

* 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.

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