Lemon Law

Lemon Laws Overview

If you have a vehicle under manufacturer’s warranty with 3 or more visits to the service department or 30 days or more total out of service due to defects, you likely have a good lemon law claim.  Use the form on this page right now for a lemon law consultation and attorney recommendation on making a lemon law claim and the options available for legal relief.

Lemon Laws exist to help you, the consumer, but they’re only beneficial if you know what they do and how you use them. Trust the team at H.C. Bradley LLC to help you navigate these issues. 

The articles links below were written to inform you what the lemon laws really are, how they operate, and what action you can take if you find yourself the owner of a lemon product.

Begin with Lemon Laws 101 as your introduction to consumer lemon protections, then move through Understanding and Warranties to dispel common myths about Lemon Laws and find out what your real protections are, then finally onto the Refund and Taking Action articles to wield your newfound knowledge against a seller or warrantor that refuses to stand by its products.

For additional information regarding Lemon Laws and your rights as a consumer, visit our FAQs page or contact us using the on-page form to schedule your lemon law consultation. Our expert team is always ready to help.

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Lemon Law Articles from H.C. Bradley, LLC

Lemon Laws 101

The Basics: What Is The Lemon Law? At a very basic level, the Lemon Law is defined as “a set of laws that provide a remedy for purchases that repeatedly fail to meet standards of quality

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