Many people do not realize how easy it is to file a claim under the Lemon Law or Federal Warranty Statutes. These laws provide 100% cost-free legal representation to consumers with defective vehicles, going after the manufacturer when warrantied repairs cannot be made within a reasonable number of attempts or a reasonable period of time. Possible outcomes under these laws could include a complete repurchase of the vehicle, a brand new replacement vehicle, or significant monetary compensation to reflect the diminished value of the vehicle as a result of the problem (even if the problem is fixed) and continued ownership of the vehicle.
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Even if you fall outside your state's Lemon Law parameters, you still may be entitled to significant compensation under federal law and like the Lemon Law, the legal help is 100% cost-free. The Magnuson Moss Warranty Act is a United States Federal Law aimed at protecting consumers with defective products, including automobiles, that cannot be fixed efficiently or effectively despite being warrantied by the manufacturer. For more information, visit our blog post on the Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act.
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