You have been driving around your old car for about two years too many and have finally decided that it is time to make that investment into something more reliable, at least that was the plan. Unfortunately your “new” car arrived with multiple mechanical problems. One failed repair turned into another and soon you discovered the awful reality, your new car is a lemon. There is nothing more frustrating that making an investment into a vehicle that should be covered by warranty only to find out that defects are “not covered” and repairs are “not guaranteed”.

If you or someone you know has been experiencing this kind of ongoing problem, don’t allow the Dealership or Manufacturing Company rob you of your rights as a consumer.  In 1975 a consumer rights protection law was enacted on a federal level. This law, known as the Lemon Law, is enforced in every state across the country. The only way to fully understand your consumer rights as it relates to this Lemon Law in your state is to learn as much as you can and then actively stand up for your rights.

Some car dealerships do not you to fully understand your rights as a consumer. Our dedicated lemon law lawyers are here to offer you a free consultation to help you better understand the power of this law. If you have a question about whether or not the lemon law would apply in your circumstance, give us call and allow us to take a look at your case. The basic intent of the law is the same across the country and designed to protect your investment.

If you have made several attempts to get the vehicle repaired and made an effort to request help from the manufacturing your next step is to counsel with the experts. The Lemon Law is designed to enforce accountability even if the manufacturer disagrees with your assessment concerning a defective part or total product. If you have paperwork to demonstrate communication and efforts made to repair the problem, your case is strong and we want to talk with you today.

As a consumer you need to be able to rely on the vehicle since, when you made the purchase, that it how the dealer presented it; as reliable. Often times consistent, major manufacturing defects are reported and recalled by manufacturing companies. There are times, through no fault of your own, when there is a problem vehicle sold. When things like that happen the Lemon Law protects your rights as a consumer. Trust our team of experts with your case and we will work hard to ensure you receive the compensation deserved for your situation. You may be able to be refunded for costly car repairs or get your entire vehicle replaced. The bottom line is that you paid good money for reliable transportation and got stuck with a lemon. You are not the only one who has experienced this which is why the Lemon Law was established. For more information about the services we offer in [city-state] or to set up a free consultation with one of our experts, give us a call or visit our website.