Welcome to Lemon Justice!

I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and welcome you to the Lemon Justice blog. My name is Sergei Lemberg, and I’m an attorney practicing in the area of lemon law and licensed to practice law in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.

I became interested in lemon law because I wanted to help people – people who feel like they can’t speak for themselves or fight for their rights.

One of the areas that immediately caught my attention was the Lemon Law. There are times when people buy cars, trucks, RVs, and motorcycles that simply are defective. They take their vehicles in for repair time and time again, and they still don’t run properly. In the meantime, they’re often without transportation and feel like they’re banging their heads against a brick wall. They can’t seem to get a straight answer from the dealer or manufacturer. In other words, they feel stuck with a Lemon Auto.

Unfortunately, people often don’t realize that every state has a Lemon Law, and that Lemon Laws can help them get refunds, new vehicles, or cash settlements. They often don’t understand that an attorney can be an enormous help in getting rid of their lemon cars. And they don’t know that getting an attorney’s help doesn’t cost a dime. Lemon Laws are written so that the vehicle manufacturer or dealer pays for all attorney fees – not the consumer.

I’ve created this blog so that I can discuss Lemon Law, give you tips about what you should do if you think you have a Lemon, and keep you up to date with the latest news about Lemon Laws and vehicle defects. I hope you find the Lemon Justice blog informative, and that it empowers you to take steps to get your Lemon out of your life.

If you think you have a Lemon, visit our Lemon Meter. In less than five minutes, you can see whether or not your vehicle qualifies as a Lemon under your state’s laws.

All the best,

Sergei