Learn About Lemon Law For New Cars

When you buy a new vehicle, you expect it to run in peak condition for many years without the need for mundane repairs. However, sometimes a car doesn’t work as it should due to manufacturing defects, even when it’s new. If you think your new car is a lemon, you can turn to the experienced professionals at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. (www.yourlemonlawrights.com). Our attorneys understand the federal and state laws that apply to lemon cars, giving you the ability to obtain the compensation you deserve.

Has Your Car Required Many Repairs?

Under both state and federal lemon laws, new cars that require a large number of repairs qualify for compensation up to and including a new car that works as it should. Manufacturers are obligated to do whatever it takes to fix these cars without charging you. However, when the car can’t be fixed, consumers may be entitled to a brand-new car that doesn’t suffer from the same problems or a refund of their money for the lemon car. Both state and federal Lemon laws are in place to protect you from purchasing a car that doesn’t run the way it should.

Let Us Help You

If you think your new car or used car purchase qualifies for the lemon law, it is time to contact our attorneys for a free consultation. We will go over your repairs and determine if you qualify. If you do, we will be with you every step of the way. We have the experience and knowledge to get you the compensation to which you are entitled.


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