Lemon Laws are putting power back into the hands of the person who owns a lemon car, lemon truck, lemon RV, or lemon motorcycle. These laws are on the books to protect people just like you who have bought a defective vehicle that the dealer cannot or will not repair. If you bought a lemon, you have recourse.
Lemon Laws in most states, as well as the federal Magnuson Moss Act, give you a powerful and effective way to get rid of your lemon car, lemon truck, lemon RV, or lemon motorcycle – and receive compensation for your troubles. You also may be entitled to have your loan paid off, get your money back, and even receive reimbursement for out of pocket costs including towing, rental cars, and more.
The dealership and carmaker have attorneys. So should you. If you think you have a lemon car, lemon truck, lemon RV, or lemon motorcycle, don't count on the automaker's good faith to repair or replace it. Click here [link to form] to get a free, no-obligation review of your case from Lemberg & Associates. Otherwise, you could spend months wading through the manufacturer’s "owner loyalty hotlines,” "customer satisfaction departments,” or "quality care divisions" while waiting for your problem to be resolved. These departments rarely solve Lemon Law problems and don't offer meaningful, immediate assistance.
Don't put your problem on hold. Calling the dealer's hotline may even delay solving your Lemon Law problem, since they hope that you will give up and sell the car or trade it and buy another. Indeed, that's what they want because then the manufacturer doesn't have to accept the financial obligation and disclosure requirements that go along with buying back a lemon vehicle.
It doesn’t cost a dime. Attorney’s fees are included in Lemon Law settlements, so there's no reason to go it alone any more. In other words, the vehicle manufacturer will have to pay all of the legal costs associated with your Lemon Law claim. You know that the manufacturer will have a top-notch legal team to fight your claim. Shouldn’t you have the same kind of help on your side?