Put the Minnesota Lemon Law to work for you and get rid of your defective vehicle!
If you are experiencing problems with your new or used vehicle in the State of Minnesota, you are fortunate to have an effective Lemon Law on your side. The Minnesota Consumer Protection, Product and Sales Act, MSA § 325F.665, commonly known as the “Minnesota Lemon Law” provides broad protection to Minnesota consumers who have either purchase or leased a new or used defective vehicle. Contact Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center ® to find out if the Minnesota Lemon Law will allow you to get rid of your defective vehicle.
Per the Minnesota Lemon Law, you may be entitled to a refund or replacement if within the first 2 years, your vehicle was subject to 4 repair attempts, was out of service for 30 days, or suffered a complete failure of the braking or steering system.
Per the Minnesota Lemon Law, a vehicle is presumed to be a Lemon if within 2 years a consumer has provided a vehicle manufacturer with 4 repair attempts or 30 days to repair a defect that substantially impairs the use, value, or safety of a vehicle; of if there is complete failure of the braking or steering system which is likely to cause death or serious bodily injury if the vehicle is driven. If the vehicle has been subject to these repair attempts or serious defects, the consumer has the option of selecting a comparable replacement vehicle, or returning the defective vehicle for the full purchase price. While the Minnesota Lemon Law provides the consumer with 2 years to meet these criteria, if the initial defect was at least reported within the vehicle’s first 2 years and the problems continued outside the 2 year period, you still may recover under the Minnesota Lemon Law.
The Minnesota Lemon Law applies to:
New vehicles that are purchased or leased, including pickup trucks and vans.
Used vehicles so long as the vehicles was transferred, i.e., sold during the duration of the original express warranty for the vehicle.
Self-propelled motor vehicle chassis or the van portion of a recreational vehicle.
Vehicles used at least 40 percent of the time for personal, family or household purposes.
The attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® will counsel you on how to pursue a Minnesota Lemon Law claim.
Our attorneys will counsel you on your rights under the Minnesota Lemon Law and will advise you of all steps that must be taken to put yourself in the best possible position to get the vehicle’s manufacturer to take back your sour lemon. If you have already provided the manufacturer, through its dealers, with a total of 4 or more attempts to repair your vehicle, or your vehicle has been out of service for 30 or more days, or your vehicle has suffered a complete failure of the braking or steering system, contact the attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center®. We will provide you with guidance and advice before you attempt to pursue a lemon law claim. Our attorneys will help you to do the following:
Provide proper written notice to the vehicle’s manufacturer of the problems with your vehicle
Attempt to amicably resolve your case without the need for litigation
Apply for arbitration with any vehicle manufacturer that has a properly established an arbitration program
File a Complaint at Law and litigate your case if that becomes necessary
And most importantly, we will stand by you every step of the way in an effort to help you to get rid of your sour lemon vehicle
If you are ready for help in pursuing your potential lemon law case and want to get rid of your lemon car then call 1-800-USLEMON® (800-875-3666) to reach 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.