What is a “Lemon”?
A lemon is a vehicle that has defects or nonconformities, and which cannot be repaired within a reasonable amount of time or a reasonable number of repair attempts under a manufacturer’s warranty.
A consumer with a car, truck, or SUV with a warranty may seek lemon law relief after multiple repair attempts and repetitive problems.
What is the Lemon Law?
A Lemon Law is designed to protect consumers that purchase new cars, trucks, and SUVs. All fifty U.S. states have passed lemon laws.
Each state has different standards and procedures, but all have similar coverage. There are options for new, used and leased vehicles. There are also other Consumer Protection laws that apply to consumer product purchases.
Do state or federal laws cover older or used vehicles?
Yes, used and older vehicles may be covered under state or federal laws. The key factor is whether your vehicle is covered by a manufacturer’s warranty.
What Relief is Available for my Lemon Law Claim?
You may be entitled to a cash settlement, buyback, or replacement vehicle. We carefully handle and assess each case individually.
Free Case Evaluation
We will evaluate your claim to determine the appropriate course of action regarding your vehicle defects.
Who We Represent
We represent owners of defective vehicles under the Lemon Law. We have successfully settled claims for thousands of lemon law clients.
We take pride in our ability to assure that our clients enjoy the justice they deserve. Our previous clients refer many new clients to us and we look forward to hearing from you.
What will it Cost Me?
We provide legal representation at no out-of-pocket cost to our clients. Our legal fees and costs are paid for by the Manufacturer and/or Dealership.
Over 25 years of Lemon Law Experience
Our firm has successfully settled claims for thousands of lemon law clients across the nation. We take pride in our ability to assure our client’s enjoy the justice they deserve.
Where Do I Start My Claim?
Start your claim today by submitting a Free Case Review. When evaluating your claim, we request the following documents:
- A clear copy of the vehicle’s repair orders
- A clear copy of the vehicle’s current registration
- A clear copy of the vehicle’s purchase/sales agreement