Every state has its own lemon law which is designed to protect consumers when a purchased vehicle has defects that cannot be repaired for a certain period of time. Sometimes, consumers are entitled to have their vehicle repurchased, or can receive a new vehicle, refunds or some other form of compensation.
Federal and state laws are designed to ensure that dealerships and manufacturers are held accountable if a vehicle sold is not fit for the purpose they were bought. Vehicles should be free from substantial defects that would impair its use and/or safety, and that would require the vehicle to need repair for those defects for an extended period of time.
Our experienced attorneys can help evaluate your potential claims and determine if you have a case against a manufacturer and/or dealer. Contact us today at 978-256-9655.