Lemon Law New Cars

The purchase of a new vehicle can be a huge financial and emotional decision. Because you are buying a new car, you expect it to run in peak condition for many years without the need for any, let alone repeat repairs, shortly after purchase. However, even when new, sometimes a car doesn’t work as it should due to inherent manufacturing defects. If that should happen to you, the odds are your vehicle will be referred to what is commonly known as a “Lemon.” Luckily, there are protective federal and/or state “lemon laws” in place within each state to ensure that you are not stuck with a defective/dangerous car.

If you think your new car that you purchased is a “Lemon,” you can turn to the experienced professionals at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® for guidance and support. Our lemon law attorneys understand how state and/or federal laws may apply to your “Lemon” vehicle, giving you the ability to obtain the compensation you greatly deserve. We will work tirelessly on your case in the hopes of getting you a favorable result. In addition, we will assist with collecting the necessary documents and will answer all of your questions and emails in a timely manner.

Has Your Car Required Multiple Repairs?

Under both state and federal “lemon laws,” new cars that require multiple repairs for the same defect or contain a variety of defects may qualify for compensation through state and/or federal “lemon laws.” Manufacturers are obligated to repair your vehicle within a reasonable number of repair attempts or reasonable amount of time under the terms of their warranty. However, when the manufacturer is unable to repair your vehicle after a reasonable number of repair attempts or within a reasonable amount of time, consumers may be entitled to a brand-new car that doesn’t suffer from the same problems, a refund of their money for their “Lemon” car or cash compensation. 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 vehicle qualifies under state and/or federal “lemon laws,” don’t hesitate to contact our attorneys for a free consultation. You don’t have to endure this trying time alone, as our team has successfully handled over 45,000 Lemon law cases. There’s no lemon law case that we haven’t seen before. We will go over your repair history and determine if you qualify for relief under either state and/or federal law. If you do, we will be with you every step of the way. We have the experience and knowledge to get you the compensation you deserve. Contact us today to get started.

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