So, you bought (or leased) a new vehicle. Whether it's a motorcycle, car, truck, or van, you made the purchase with the understanding that it would meet some basic standards. When you discover it's actually a lemon, of course, you want your money back — but you have to prove that it's a lemon, first. That's where we come in. Fill out the form and tell us about your situation so we can help.
There are requirements your vehicle has to meet in order to legally be considered a lemon and laws can vary from one state to the next. With us, we know what questions to ask to confirm that your vehicle is a lemon whether you're in Michigan or Ohio.
What is technically defined as "new" depends on the dealership you got the vehicle from. If the warranty states that its defect is covered by the manufacturer, then you most likely can file a lemon law claim.
You took your vehicle to the dealership for repairs. The good news: the problem was fixed. Bad news? It broke again. Having to take it back to get fixed over and over again helps your case.
Not only did you take your vehicle to the shop, but it's in there for a quite a while — at least a month. This is a huge indicator that you may have been sold a lemon.
Our boutique-size firm allows us to give you the one-on-one individualized attention you and your case deserve. Every situation is unique and we have the experience to make sure it's handled effectively with a personal touch. Your initial consultation with us is free, so if you're in Michigan or Ohio, call us.