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Do you think you have a lemon? Chances are you do! If your vehicle or other consumer product has had repeated repair attempts, then you may have a lemon and be entitled to a refund, replacement or cash compensation. If you think you have a lemon, call the experienced Lemon Law Experts who will provide you with fast and free legal representation. Call our lemon law attorneys today for a free case evaluation!
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Is Your BMW a Lemon?

Many BMW consumers have experienced issues with their vehicles such as mechanical, electrical and safety failures.  Many of these consumers have experienced a BMW lemon on their hands. There have been several class action lawsuits against BMW for these very issues.  The Lemon Law provides BMW consumers with protection for purchased and  leased vehicle that

Posted Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2014


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Wisconsin Lemon Law Attorney Settles With Tesla Motors

A Wisconsin Lemon Law attorney filed a lawsuit in Milwaukee County Circuit Court against Tesla Motors when the auto manufacturer refused to provide a refund on a defective vehicle worth over $100,000. This is the first lemon law lawsuit against Tesla Motors. Tesla representatives declined to comment about the 2013 Tesla SP Sedan bought in

Posted Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2014


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Why Do I Need a Manufacturer’s Warranty for a Lemon Law Case?

Most car manufacturers in the US provide new car warranties, which cover most repairs and defects. When you purchase or lease a new car, the car most likely will have an original manufacturer’s warranty.  If you purchase a used car, it is possible that the car is still covered under the original manufacturer’s warranty.  In

Posted Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2014


Lemon Law FAQs

Tired of Driving a Lemon? Here are Some Answers to Common Lemon Law FAQs


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GM Recall Updates

In June 2014, General Motors made headlines with the news of their recall scandal regarding the ignition switch that caused a minimum of 13 deaths, while some estimate the death toll is closer to 60.  Deaths and crashes were caused by the ignition switch moving out of the drive position and shutting off the engine. 

Posted Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2014


Don’t Be a Statistic! 1% of All Cars Sold Each Year Are Lemons


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How Hard is it to Win a Lemon Law Case against a Manufacturer?

If you have a lemon car, motorcycle, RV, boat or some other kind of lemon vehicle and are ready to make a claim against the manufacturer, you need to know your rights and what you may be up against.  Vehicle manufacturers receive thousands of Lemon Law claims from consumers every year.   The manufacturers are not

Posted Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2014


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How You Can Regain Control If You Own a Lemon

The Lemon Laws provide consumers with rights and remedies when dealing with the costs and misfortunes of owning a lemon vehicle.  Lemon laws have been created to protect and assist consumers who have struggled with a defective vehicle that the manufacturer or mechanic is unable to repair.  There is finally good news for consumers who

Posted Date: Fri, 06 Jun 2014


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Congress to GM CEO: Cobalt Recall A Decade Late

For all you GM owners out there, know your rights!  You might be aware that recently, the CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra, was questioned before Congress about how much her company knew about the problems plaguing the millions of GM cars that have recently been recalled, including the Chevy Cobalt and Saturn Ion, before

Posted Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2014


Tesla

Tesla Motors Model S Safety Issues

Nearly 16,000 Tesla Model S vehicles have been investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for battery fires caused by parts of the vehicle overheating. Tesla Motors has not issued an official recall for the Model S electric super car in which three Model S vehicles had battery fires in late 2013.  The investigation

Posted Date: Wed, 21 May 2014