Lemon Law FAQs

On June 4, 1982, the first ever Lemon Law was passed in Connecticut. Since then, all fifty US states, including the District of Columbia, have adopted their own Lemon Laws. While Lemon Laws vary by state, they all protect consumers who have purchased defective vehicles called “lemons”. If you have been saddled with an unsafe or faulty lemon, and the manufacturer or dealership has failed to adequately repair your vehicle, you are entitled to take advantage of Lemon Laws. Depending on the circumstances, such as your car’s warranty; defect; and ownership history, you can win a full refund, a replacement vehicle, or a cash settlement from the manufacturer without paying a dime in legal costs. To learn more about your path to justice and compensation, take a look at the FAQs below.

What Are Lemon Laws?

Does My Vehicle Qualify as a Lemon?

What Are Some Common Lemon Defects?

What Does a Lemon Law Case Look Like with Lemberg Law?

Do I Have Any Other Options?

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