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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 New York Lemon Law Attorney can help you determine if you might have a lemon.
Learn About Your New York Lemon Law Rights
New York residents have a possibility three lemon laws available to them when they purchase a defective car. There is a New York New Car lemon law, a New York Used Car lemon law, and a federal lemon law. Our New York lemon law attorney will be able to determine which of these lemon laws may apply to your situation.
For new cars, under the New York Lemon Law, a car meets the requirements of the lemon law if:
- The same defect or condition is subject to repair 4 or more times within 18,000 miles or during the first 2 years after the original delivery date (whichever is earlier) and the defect continues; or
- The vehicle is out of service due to repair 30 or more days during the same time period stated in (1).
Does My Car Qualify?
If your car meets the new car lemon law requirements, then you may be entitled to return your lemon car for a comparable car, which is not a lemon, or a refund of the purchase price less an allowance for use.
The New York Used Car lemon law applies to cars that cost more than $1,500.00 and have more than 18,000 miles but less than 100,000 miles at the time of purchase. If there is a defect in the car which continues to exist after 3 repair attempts or which causes the car to be out of service for 15 days, then you may qualify for relief under the New York used car lemon law.
The third lemon law is the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. This “federal lemon law” applies to all goods, including cars, which are purchased with a written warranty. Under this lemon law, the warrantor is required to repair the car within a reasonable time to make it conform to the written warranty. Our New York lemon law attorney can help you determine whether your car meets the requirements of this lemon law.
The New York lemon laws are some of the most comprehensive in the country in that they apply to both new and used cars. Our New York lemon law attorney will review your potential claims free of charge. Additionally, if you have a claim under any of the above lemon laws, the manufacturer or dealer will pay the costs and attorneys fees involved in pursuing your lemon law claim.
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Why Choose Us
Our New York 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.
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We make sure that you are getting the best possible settlement for your claim.
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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 New York…and beyond! Call us today so we can add your hometown to the list.
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