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With just a few pieces of information you’ll know instantly if we might be able to help you file a Lemon Law claim against the manufacturer. And remember, there is no cost to you for our services.

Is Your Vehicle a Lemon?

Is your car in the shop, again? Are you always worried where you’ll be stuck when your car breaks down? Is that strange noise getting louder? Does your engine light keep coming on for no apparent reason? If these things keep happening, our Kentucky Lemon Law Attorney can help you determine if you might have a lemon.

Learn About Your Rights Under the Kentucky Lemon Law

Have you experienced problems with your vehicle? Are you wondering if there are any legal remedies that Kentucky makes available to you? The good news is that there are and our Lemon Law attorneys are here to assist you at no cost. The Lemon Laws require the manufacturer to pay all legal costs and fees. The vehicle owner protection laws in Kentucky are rather complicated – especially if you are trying to determine how those laws might apply to your situation. The most important thing to know is that if you do have a vehicle that was subject to repair under the manufacturer’s warranty, regardless of what your dealer tells you or what you read, there is a good chance that our Lemon Law attorneys can assist you.

Does My Car Qualify?

The good news for Kentucky vehicle owners is that you have more than one option to recover damages if you have purchased a defective vehicle.

The Kentucky Lemon Law provides consumers a very effective remedy if their vehicle cannot be repaired. The limitation with the Kentucky Lemon Law is that in order to meet its requirements the problems with your vehicle must take place very early on – within the first year of ownership or within 12,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The reality for most consumers is that their vehicle’s problems will most likely take longer to unfold.

Therefore, it is the Federal Lemon Law, known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, which provides the greatest amount of protection to Kentucky vehicle owners. This law simply states that if the manufacturer attempted repeated repairs to your vehicle, at least in part during the warranty period, you may qualify for a wide range of assistance.

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Tell us your problems. 
Call us at 1-877-57-LEMON or complete the free case review form.


Our Kentucky Lemon Law Attorney will evaluate your case and discuss the best way to resolve it quickly.


We negotiate an agreement with the manufacturer  on the facts of your claim.

Why Choose Us


Our Kentucky Lemon Law Attorney has decades of experience. As a result, we will insure that your rights are protected and prevent you from being intimidated by the manufacturers or dealers

Decades of Experience

For 20 years our attorneys have devoted their practice to Lemon Law Resolution

Your Rights are Protected

We make sure that you are getting the best possible settlement for your claim

All of our services are NO cost to you

We use all state and federal laws to collect our fees directly from the manufacturer

Cities We Serve

We’ve helped people resolve their car problems in the following cities…and more!  Don’t worry, if you don’t see your city on the list we can help anywhere in the state of Kentucky…and beyond!  Call us today so we can add your hometown to the list.

Central City

East Point

Fort Mitchell
Horse Cave



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A consumer protection law firm, 100% dedicated to insuring that your Lemon Law rights are protected.

Reach Us

Location :

Richard D. Jackson, Atty-at-Law, PLLC
102 West Fourth Street
Tompkinsville, KY 42167

Phone :

270-255-4077 – Phone
877-575-3666 – Toll Free Phone
877-575-9666 – Fax

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