Nothing is more frustrating than purchasing or leasing a new vehicle only to find out that it doesn’t function properly. Perhaps you’ve even spoken with the dealership or manufacturer and they’re no help. Now consumers are protected by what’s called the Lemon Law. No longer do you have to struggle to make repair payments, or worry about trading your vehicle in for a new one.
Lemon Law Will Protect You
Lemon Law have been designed to protect you. In the case that your vehicle is considered to be a lemon based on state and federal laws, you are eligible for compensation from the dealer or manufacturer. Lemon Law themselves dictate that there should be a certain number of attempts to repair the vehicle in a certain timeframe. It is advisable to use the services of expert Lemon Law attorneys to find out if you qualify for compensation.
Professional Attorneys Will Help You Understand Lemon Law
Lemon Law can differentiate per state. It is important that you hire a professional attorney that can help you understand how the Lemon Law work for your particular state. In general Lemon Law state that you have right to compensation from an auto manufacturer if they have failed to repair your vehicle after being given a reasonable number of attempts. Lemon Law are state specific, however, most require that an auto has been presented for repairs at least three or four times for the exact same problem within 12 to 18 months of ownership. If your vehicle has been out of service due to those repairs for at least 30 days you may also be eligible for compensation. Lemon Law attorneys can help verify whether your vehicle qualifies under your state Lemon Law, and will help you proceed with the case. Visit Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® for more help!