How Do You Know If Your Car Is A Lemon?
on November 14, 2017

One of the questions we often get when talking to potential clients is what exactly determines whether a car is a lemon or not.

We figured that in our first blog post, it would be a good idea to tackle this question and show you a couple of parameters for determining whether or not your car is classified as a lemon.

In order to be classified as a lemon, a car must have a “substantial defect” that is covered by a warranty, that occurs within a certain time after purchase (this varies from state to state and car to car – please contact us if you want to learn about your specific case). In addition, the car must continue to have said defect after a “reasonable number” of attempts to repair the car.

If you believe that your car has a substantial defect that is covered by a warranty, and several repair attempts have not worked, please contact us today as you might have a lemon on your hands.

If you would like to learn more, please watch the video below:

3 Easy Steps To File Your Lemon Law Claim

Complete our online form for a free case review
Send us copies of your repair documents
Let us do the work to settle your claim

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