Lemon Law For Used Cars

How We Can Help You with Your Lemon Law Case

No one wants to be in a situation where they have to deal with a lemon. Unfortunately, there are thousands of lemons sold in the United States year after year. When it comes to car lemon law issues, there are some complicated legal issues that must be understood and certain criteria must be met to seek recourse from the vehicle’s manufacturer.

For most consumers, having an experienced and professional legal team that fully understands the laws and how they apply to their case is essential. Our consumer protection law firm gives you access to experienced attorneys who have worked in this area of law for decades and who can provide you with the results you deserve.

Our Attorneys Fight for Your Rights

When it comes to the lemon law, each state has its own unique requirements and guidelines. As a result, it is important to work with an attorney who understands the specific requirements for your state. We understand the lemon law for cars, both new and used, and have helped car owners and lessees since 1995 to resolve their claims. As a result, we can provide you with assistance and guidance, regardless of how complicated the case may seem.

Aggressive Representation to Help You Achieve the Desired Outcome

Whether you’re facing a lemon law for used or new vehicles, there are multiple requirements that must be met. These requirements relate to the type of issues the vehicle has and how many times the manufacturer has attempted to repair it. We understand what requirements you must meet before seeking recourse and we can help you better understand the situation.

If it is our opinion that you have, in fact, purchased or leased a lemon, there are several options for recovery from which we may seek for you. State lemon laws generally allow for the car owner or lessee to choose, at their option, a refund for what has been paid for the vehicle less a reasonable offset for the consumer’s use, or a replacement vehicle. In certain situations, you may recover monetary compensation designed to make you whole, because you overpaid for your vehicle due to its defects. Further, we will also seek the recovery of your attorneys’ fees as the federal Lemon Law and most state lemon laws allow for the recovery of the same. This way, you should be able to hire an attorney who doesn’t charge you directly for their time, but seeks to recover their fees from the manufacturer. Keep in mind that in terms of settlement – the decision to settle and for what type of relief is always up to you! We will tell you our opinion, but the ultimate decision on any settlement is always up to the client.

Our legal team can help you decide what option best suits your needs and will help to ensure that you get the recourse and justice you deserve for your lemon situation.

Contact Us to Get Started

There is no reason to deal with a new or used vehicle that doesn’t meet the expectations of the warranty. If the vehicle has defects or non-conformities that cannot be repaired after you have given the manufacturer, through its dealers, with a reasonable time or a reasonable number of attempts to repair, contact us for a FREE CASE REVIEW. We can help determine what should be done to ensure your desired results.

If you are ready to get started with your lemon law case, contact us today. Our team is here to represent you, to fight for you, and to get you the outcome you deserve.

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