Is There A Time Limit To Pursue A Lemon Law Claim?

Yes, whether your vehicle qualifies for relief under state or federal lemon laws there is a time limit to pursue a claim. Therefore, it is important that you contact an experienced lemon law attorney who may assess your case and advise you how long you have to take action. While generally speaking most state lemon laws provide 1 to 4 years to advance a lemon law claim, every state is different and it is important that you retain an attorney who may best protect your rights. Further, it is important that you retain an attorney who is knowledgeable about handling claims under the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act or the federal Lemon Law as it is better known. The federal lemon law typically provides a longer time frame to pursue a lemon law claim and is generally 4 years from the date that the manufacturer “breached” or failed to honor its promise to repair your vehicle. Contact the attorneys at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® for a Free Case Review. If you qualify for relief, they will get the process started for you to ensure that you timely initiate your lemon law case.

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