Understanding The Lemon Law Process
When you purchase or lease a new vehicle, it is natural to expect that it works. You shouldn’t have to spend any time or effort repairing a brand-new vehicle. If you purchased a new vehicle that required multiple repair attempts, you may have a claim under the lemon laws in your state. The consumer protection attorneys at Lemon LawDog can handle your lemon law claim for you — and help you get the refund or replacement vehicle you deserve.
Important Questions For Your Lemon Law Claim
Our lemon law attorneys represent clients throughout the state of Ohio and the state of Texas. Both states have similar requirements for filing a lemon law claim. Below are some important questions we encourage you to answer before getting your lemon law claim started:
- What is the date of purchase of the vehicle?
- What is the year, make and model of the vehicle?
- What is the mileage on the vehicle? (This will help us determine if there is still a factory warranty on the vehicle).
- Did you purchase a third-party warranty at the time of purchase? If so, what is the company’s name?
- Was the vehicle purchased “as is?” If so, did you sign an “as is” disclosure statement?
- At the time of purchase, did the dealership tell you that the vehicle had been modified at some point and did you have to sign a disclosure stating that the vehicle had been modified at the time of purchase?
- How many times has the vehicle been in the shop for repairs since the time of purchase? Do you have copies of the repair orders?
- Did you have to sign paperwork at the dealership twice?
- Do you have copies of the purchase documents?
- Where is the vehicle currently?
- If the vehicle has been in the shop for an extended period of time, is the dealership waiting on parts?
Once you provide this information, we will be able to assess your case and determine whether you are entitled to a refund or replacement vehicle. Our lemon law attorneys can review your case and provide an honest assessment of your potential lemon law claim.
Let us review your vehicle’s warranty to determine whether you have a breach of warranty claim.