Do You Have A Lemon? You May Be Entitled To Compensation!

Vermont Lemon Law Attorney

Lemon Laws in Vermont

Are you the victim of a product or appliance that seems to cost you more money and effort than it is worth? If you have a product or appliance that you purchased or began leasing after January 1, 1987 that has a defect that substantially impairs its functionality and consistently requires multiple repairs while under the manufacturer's factory warranty, you have a lemon on your hands. These repairs must be made by the manufacturer, dealership, or other applicable authorized diagnostic center in compliance with the warranty.

If the defect is to be considered a substantial impairment, Lemon Law states that the appliance or product be rendered unreliable or unsafe for normal operation. In the state of Vermont, lemon laws only apply to new motor vehicles. Manufacturers, distributors, and importers of said motor vehicles are required by law to provide a refund of the purchase price and/or payments made on the vehicle or provide a replacement vehicle.

Used motor vehicles are not covered under Lemon Law. While many people believe lemon laws only apply to motor vehicles, this is only true on the state level and even then does not apply in all states. Federal Lemon Law, as a part of The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, also applies to SUVs, motorcycles, RVs, boats, computers, home appliances, as well as a number of other consumer appliances and products. Additionally, used vehicles and other products are not covered under state law. Under federal law, however, used vehicles are covered under the lemon law if you have a manufacturer's warranty, original or extended.

Why a lemon law lawyer?

If you currently own or are leasing a lemon, you are entitled to pursue legal action and receive compensation. It is vital that you retain an experienced Vermont lemon law lawyer. If you have a lemon, federal law states that the manufacturer must cover all attorney fees on top of the compensation they already owe you.

There are several important details concerning lemon laws that require legal assistance to navigate. For example, if your warranty has expired but the defect was evident before the end of the warranty but did not get repaired, you may still be covered under Lemon Law but you will need an attorney to go over the details of your case to see if it still applies. There are also several grey areas in the law, such as how many repairs are considered "reasonable."

Do not put yourself through more repairs or frustration, wasting more of your time and effort, before contacting an attorney at The National Lemon Law Center. We can help you seek the justice you deserve. Call today for your free lemon law case review.

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For more information about or legal assistance for lemon law cases, contact a Vermont lemon law attorney today and see what we can do for you.

How Does It Work?

  • Free Case Evaluation

    Submit your information for a free Lemon Law case evaluation by one of our experienced Lemon Law attorneys.

  • We File Your Claim

    If we take your case, we will attempt to resolve the claim with the manufacturer for you.

  • We Don’t Take No for an Answer

    If the manufacturer refused to comply with its Lemon Law obligations, we will file suit to seek compensation for you.

  • Getting A Settlement

    If your case settles, all fees and costs will be paid by the manufacturer.

  • No Cost To You

    Regardless of the outcome, you are never responsible for paying our fees.

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