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  • What types of products does the Indiana Lemon Law apply to?

    The Indiana Lemon Law provides comprehensive protection to any motor vehicle, such as cars, trucks, vans, and SUV’s. 
    Plus federal lemon laws supplement the Indiana lemon law to include ANY consumer product.  Therefore, whether your
    expensive flat screen television, refrigerator, or computer is defective, the federal lemon laws allows you to seek
    recourse for a manufacturer’s failure to repair these consumer products.

  • Does the Indiana Lemon Law apply to used cars?

    Yes, the

    Indiana lemon law
    applies to any vehicle where defects have been reported at least once during the first 18 months of the life of the
    vehicle or during the first 18,000 miles on the vehicle’s odometer, whichever comes first.  In addition, the federal
    lemon laws cover used vehicles that have had multiple repairs attempted during the manufacturers written warranty even
    if these repairs were outside the first 18,000 miles or 18 months of the life of the vehicle.

  • How do I know if my vehicle a “lemon” in the State of Indiana?

    If you have reported problems with your vehicle before either 18,000 miles or 18 months, and the manufacturer’s dealerships
    have not been able to fix the problem despite being given a reasonable number of repair attempts, then you likely have
    a “lemon” vehicle under the Indiana Lemon Law. However, you may still have a lemon under the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty
    Act if your problems occurred after the vehicle’s first 18,000 miles or 18 months.

  • Why to Hire A Lemon Law Attorney in State of Illinois?

    The manufacturers of automobiles and other consumer products have virtually limitless resources. Rather than attempting
    to fight a battle with a gigantic corporation by yourself, you may retain an experienced Lemon Law attorney who may
    best protect your interests and provide you with the greatest possible chance to obtain a maximum recovery. What’s more,
    you may retain an attorney without having to pay the attorney to represent you. Federal law provides that if you prevail
    on your claims that the manufacturer is responsible to pay your attorneys’ fees! Therefore, if you hire Krohn &
    Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® and you do not prevail, we will not charge you for our time representing you. In other
    words, we will only get paid if you get a recovery!

  • What is a “reasonable number” of repair attempts under Indiana Lemon Law?

    In Indiana, a “reasonable number” of repair attempts is if the problem still exists after the dealership has been given
    at least four (4) repair attempts OR if the problem still exists after the vehicle has been at the dealer a cumulative
    total of thirty (30) business days.

  • Does the Indiana lemon law apply to private party sales?

    YES, even if the vehicle is purchased used from a private party, so long as the problems are reported to the manufacturer’s
    dealerships either within the first 18 months of the life of the vehicle or during the first 18,000 miles on the vehicle’s
    odometer, whichever comes first, the Indiana lemon law will apply.  PLUS, the federal lemon law will cover the
    vehicle bought used from a private party if the vehicle has been taken to the manufacturer’s dealerships during the
    manufacturer’s warranty period.

  • How do I contact Krohn & Moss, Ltd.® Consumer Law Center?

    You can reach the Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® by phone at 888-MY-LEMON (888-695-3666) OR you can simply
    fax your vehicle’s repair records to us at 1-866-203-9227 for a FREE REVIEW. You will hear back from us promptly after
    we receive your fax. You may also apply online by completing a

    free case review
    .

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