Have you made several trips to the service shop for repairs for the same issue with your vehicle? If so, chances are the vehicle you have is a lemon and you may be entitled to a refund, replacement or cash compensation.  Each state’s Lemon Law provides consumers with protection from serious, defective mechanical and/or electrical problems or flaws associated with that vehicle that affect the safety use or value of the vehicle.  To have a successful lemon law claim, you will need to provide proof of the number of repair attempts for the repeated defect.

First, you should explain in detail all the issues encountered. For example, be specific with what exactly occurs as well as any out of the ordinary sounds or noises.  To prove that the problems you report are the same or similar, you need to create a record of detailed descriptions.

Second, you should make sure that the repair orders and write ups are detailed, consistent and thorough. The information should give dates and specific details about the mechanical work that was completed and any replacement of parts and particulars if the car was out of service for any length of time. Even if the mechanic repairs different issues related to the same problem, you may still have a valid Lemon Law claim.

To assess your case and determine if you have a lemon or if you need advice from experienced and reliable experts in the Lemon Law field, call the Lemon Law Experts of Consumer Law Experts for a fast and free case evaluation.  The Lemon Law Experts are always able to provide further clarity about pursuing your Lemon Law rights and protect consumers from Lemon Law misfortunes.  The Lemon Law Experts have helped thousand of clients recoup the costs of their impaired vehicles. Call 1-877-885-5366 today for a case evaluation.