Sick of Your New Car lemon? Want to Get Justice? You Need Lemberg Law.
The steep price of a new car may lead you to believe that the manufacturers test each and every single vehicle, making sure they are defect-free, but the reality is much grimmer. Automakers know that every single car that comes off the line can’t be perfect. Nonetheless, they roll them out to customers anyways. These cars have hidden problems that owners eventually discover, causing disappointment and frustration. Here are some of the biggest problem areas:
Most cars have some recalls or other problems. Often dealers and manufacturers fix the damage, but still, thousands of cars fall through the cracks and into your hands.
When a car has ongoing, repeated problems, it’s known as a lemon. Around 1 percent of cars out there are “lemons.” If your new car continues to break down, despite repeated repairs, then it’s a good chance that you may have landed yourself a lemon.
Read more about the plague of lemon cars >
Defending Your Rights Won’t Cost You a Dime
You won’t have to pay a Lemon Law lawyer to handle your lemon law case. Here’s how it works:
With a trusted lemon lawyer, you pay zero costs out of your pocket. If your dealer or manufacturer aren’t playing fair, then we’re here to help you. Our friendly staff is easy to work with and will ensure you receive a more substantial settlement much faster than you would if you worked alone.
Remember that the dealers and car manufacturers aren’t on your side. Their goal is to pay as little as possible, leaving the burden on you. And their teams of lawyers will fight you, and your lemon law claims every step of the way. But you have an advantage: the law is on your side—and so is Lemberg Law.
So, What Are Your Rights?
If you own a lemon car, you have rights under your state’s laws as well as the federal law, and you may be entitled to:
- A vehicle replacement (with either an identical or comparable model)
- A refund totaling the price you paid for the vehicle (minus a deduction based on mileage)
- Reimbursement for other damages and costs associated with your lemon vehicle
- Other damages (including punitive damages)
Read more about your rights and your state law >
Moreover, there are situations where your rights also apply to recalls. For example in 2018, we helped thousands of car owners who opted out of class settlements receive compensation. In one case we represented car owners who were being offered $50 by the car maker. We were able to get our clients between $1,500-$5,500!
What Can You Do?
The key to a good and fair settlement is to keep notes while seeking help from car experts. It’s useful to keep a log of all your interactions with the dealer or manufacturer, including the dates and brief notes about issues that occur, and when you had your vehicle serviced.
In most states, if your dealer or the manufacturer is not helpful, you can try to sue yourself or go to arbitration alone. It can be difficult, and often the dealer and manufacturer hope that you won’t know the full extent of your protections under the law. They rush to reach settlements for much less than what is fair.
Read more about what you can do by yourself >
The dealership and manufacturer have attorneys; you should as well. If you think you have a lemon, don’t count on the automaker’s good faith to repair or replace it. Get in touch with us for a free, no-obligation review of your case.
Don’t let manufacturers drag out the process over months, forcing you to wade through “owner loyalty hotlines,” “customer satisfaction departments,” or “quality care divisions” while waiting for them to resolve your problem. These departments don’t offer meaningful, immediate assistance, and they rarely solve lemon law problems.
Read about why you need a lemon lawyer >
What You Can Expect
It will take weeks. It could take months. But, we’ll work behind the scenes to push your lemon law case forward. We’re relentless. If there’s a speed bump, we’ll let you know. Perhaps one more trip to the shop. Maybe a bit more documentation. But we’ll take the lead. And we’ll keep you posted on the progress of your lemon law case.
We’re good. But we’re not magicians. We can’t turn back the clock. Lemon law claims have an expiration date. The lemon law date varies from state to state. If you suspect you have a lemon, pick up the phone. Don’t wait another day. We want to file your lemon lawsuit before the clock runs out.
We’re the go-to law firm for lemon law. We deliver refunds, replacement vehicles, and cash settlements to people just like you.
Put Lemberg Law in The Driver’s Seat
Think for a minute. Who’s on your side? The dealer isn’t. The manufacturer isn’t. They have teams of lawyers who do nothing but fight lemon law claims.
But the law is on your side – and so are we.
We’ll give you straight answers. We won’t charge you a dime. And we’ll fight to win.
We’ve delivered more than $35 million to more than 15,000 consumers.
If you think you have a lemon car, lemon truck, lemon RV, or lemon motorcycle, you deserve to be compensated. Lemberg Law can help you get justice – at no cost to you! Complete our form for a no-obligation case evaluation, or call toll free 877-795-3666
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2018 Chevrolet Malibu my gas gauge don’t work
Toyota RAV4 2017 with 93000km transmission bearings busy failing.
Done lots of research and it’s a common problem caused by poor design. Lots of current RAV4 owners dealing with the same issue.
Toyota keeps dismissing when I point this out to them. This is our only car and lifeline, we are a family of 4 that needs to get work and school.
We don’t have money to repair faulty design flaws.
Bought a 2020 Ford Explorer Limited new (54k in KY) in may 2020 and the auto hold system fault started happening around 4K miles that year. It’s currently in the shop for the 4th (or possibly fifth) time being fixed. I initiated a Ford buyback and was told it didn’t meet qualifications and I can try again in a year. I’m having the shop print the entire service history when I eventually pick it up. It’s currently at 36k miles. When dropped off at the shop to have auto hold system fault fixed for 4th (or fifth) time, it was at 35,999.9 miles. It’s been having nothing but issues since purchasing. Vehicle is paid in full. Would it be possibly to either sue for MSRP to MSRP swap or settle with cash and keep our vehicle?
I still owe 14 thousand on a car I can drive the dealership won’t help and they send me to hyundai who said they fix the problem and charged me 1768. Dollars and the car is doing the same thing they only change tires and oil and spark plugs and my ca still hesitate to start when it warms up stop at each light the won’t start back up its a 2017 hyundai elantra that I read has alot of recall issues but they claim not my 2.0 engine but the 1.0 and I had to have it towed twice all this and my car still not fixed
In November 2020 I leased a 2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and 9 months later the check engine light comes on and it is the start/stop issue. This begins my over 3 month ordeal and ongoing of it being in the shop to try and fix. Oh yeah at one time the dealer says they drove it for 2 weeks (using my lease miles of course) and they said the check engine light does not come on anymore. I pick it up again and drive to work and on way home the check engine light comes back on. It’s in the shop again 3Rd time.
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I own a 2009 BMW X5,
sold to me by Road Ready Autos in CT!
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