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5 Tips to Successfully File a Lemon Law Claim

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If you have a car that is constantly in the shop for repairs, you may be wondering if there is anything you can do about it. The answer is yes - you can file a lemon law claim! In this blog post, we will go over five tips for successfully filing a lemon law claim. We will also discuss the benefits of having an experienced lemon law attorney on your side.

Tip #1- Know the Requirements of Your State’s Lemon Law

Each state has different requirements for what qualifies as a lemon law case. To qualify under the California Lemon Law protection, the defect your vehicle is experiencing must not have been caused by abuse, neglect, or unauthorized modifications. Check out this blog for more information on the requirements to qualify for lemon law protection.

Tip #2- Document Everything

Keep track of all repair orders, invoices, and correspondence with the dealership or manufacturer. This will be substantial evidence if your case goes to trial.

Tip #3- Give the Manufacturer a Chance to Fix the Problem

Under the lemon law, the manufacturer is given a reasonable number of attempts to fix the problem. Make sure you provide them with this opportunity before you file a claim.

Tip #4- Hire an Experienced Lemon Law Attorney

While it is possible to represent yourself in a lemon law case, it is not recommended. The process can be complicated, and having an experienced lemon law attorney on your side will increase your chances of success.

Tip # 5- Be Prepared to Go to Trial

You may have to take them to court if the manufacturer does not offer a satisfactory resolution. Be prepared for this possibility by gathering all of your evidence and documentation.

O’Connor Law Group, P.C. Can Help with your Lemon Law Claim

If you think you have a lemon law case, O’Connor Law Group, P.C. can help. We are experienced lemon law attorneys and will fight to get you the compensation you deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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