Secure the Compensation You Deserve
When you purchase a new car, you expect it to run smoothly for months, ideally, years before it needs any repairs. Unfortunately, 1% of cars turn out to be Lemons, plaguing their owners with repetitive trips to the repair shop.
The Lemon Law in Florida was enacted to protect consumers who’ve purchased or leased a defective vehicle. If you have such a vehicle and the manufacturer has failed to repair a warrantied defect, you’ll likely qualify for compensation.
The law obligates manufacturers to accept the return of vehicles deemed Lemons. In exchange for the vehicle, they must provide you with a refund or a replacement vehicle. The law even includes a fee-shifting provision that holds the manufacturer responsible for your attorney’s fees when you prevail in court.
If you think you have a Lemon, the experienced Lemon Law lawyers at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. are here to help. We take care of everything from gathering evidence to negotiating with manufacturers and, if necessary, filing suit on your behalf.
What’s Covered by the Palm Beach Lemon Law?
To qualify as a Lemon in Palm Beach, your vehicle must have a warranty-covered defect that significantly impairs its safety, use, or value. The vehicle must also weigh less than 10,000 pounds and be used primarily for household, family, or personal use.
You must also bring the vehicle in for repairs during the Lemon Law rights period, which extends 24 months from the date you take ownership of the vehicle. If the manufacturer fails to repair the vehicle after three attempts, it’s likely a Lemon.
However, before you can file a claim, you’ll need to notify the manufacturer in writing of the defect and provide them with one final chance to fix the defect. Alternatively, if your vehicle is in the repair shop for at least 30 days due to a warrantied issue, it should qualify as a Lemon, regardless of the number of repair attempts or defects.
If you live in West Palm Beach, Florida and you’ve made several unsuccessful attempts to fix your vehicle, you’re in a good position to file a Lemon Lawsuit. Read through our Florida Lemon Law FAQs to learn more about the features and limitations of the Lemon Laws in our state.
Our Approach to Lemon Law Claims
For over 25 years, the Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center has helped consumers earn the compensation they’re entitled to under both state and federal Lemon Laws. Our attorneys have helped over 50,000 clients achieve successful outcomes. And this experience ensures we’re equipped to navigate the intricacies of Lemon statutes, no matter the case.
Still, the justice system can be unpredictable. And there may be surprises even with textbook examples of Lemons. For these reasons, we offer FREE CASE REVIEWS to anyone who suspects they have a Lemon.
Above all else, we’re committed to giving your case the care and attention it deserves. We still believe in putting our clients first and always maintain open lines of communication so that we can answer any questions you have about the trajectory of your claim. With our team at your side, you can rest assured that everything that can be done to help your case will be done.
Do You Have a Lemon? – Schedule Your FREE CASE REVIEW
To learn if you have a Lemon, take our 60-second Lemon Test or schedule a FREE CASE REVIEW with one of our Lemon Law attorneys.
Krohn & Moss, Ltd. is here to fight for you and your family from the moment you come in for your initial consultation. Don’t wait, let us help you secure the compensation or replacement vehicle you’re owed! Reach out to our firm today to schedule your FREE CASE REVIEW.