How Does the Lemon Law Work?

When it comes to the lemon law, it is important to understand how it works before you get started on your case. Each state has its own lemon law in place to protect consumers. These laws state that a consumer has a right to compensation from a vehicle manufacturer if the manufacturer fails to repair its vehicle “within a reasonable number of attempts.” The laws are state specific but generally will require that a vehicle be presented for repair three (3) or four (4) times for the same problem within the first twelve (12) to eighteen (18) months of ownership or that the vehicle is out of service due to repairs at least thirty (30) calendar or business days. If your vehicle qualifies, you should hire one of our lemon law attorneys to help you proceed with your case.

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