Lemon Law / Wisconsin Lemon Law
The Lemon Law in Wisconsin provides 100% cost-free legal help to distressed drivers throughout the state.
If you believe you're driving a lemon, the Lemon Law firm of Kimmel & Silverman may be able to help. Kimmel & Silverman has provided cost-free Lemon Law help to more than 100,000 consumers throughout the Northeast.
The Wisconsin Lemon Law covers vehicles registered or transferred into the state that have a significant non-conformity which can not be fixed after a reasonable number of repair attempts (normally four).
The non-conformity must occur in the first year of ownership.
The WI Lemon Law also covers vehicles that have been out of service 30 or more days within the first 12 months. These 30 days do not have to be consecutive or for the same problem.
Be advised: Even if you do not fall under the provisions of the Wisconsin Lemon Law, you still could be entitled to a remedy under the Federal Breach of Warranty Law known as the Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act. If you have questions about the Wisconsin Lemon Law, feel free to email us, submit a Get Rid of Your Lemon form, or call our toll-free hotline for help.
View the Wisconsin Lemon Law Statute.
Looking for more info? Visit our WI Lemon Law FAQ.