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Wisconsin Lemon Law Attorney

Dealing with a Lemon? Contact National Lemon Law Center At (877) 315-3666.

In the face of a Wisconsin lemon law claim, you may wonder whether you need an attorney. You can represent yourself but your chances of success are much greater if you have a skilled Wisconsin lemon law attorney at your side.

The legal procedure related to a lemon law claim can be complex, and the manufacturer is more than likely to deny responsibility or offer you a settlement that is far below the true value of your claim. The right attorney can ensure that your interests are well-protected through the life of your claim.

Call (877) 315-3666 or contract us online for a free case evaluation from a Wisconsin lemon law attorney!

Lemon Laws in Wisconsin

What Is Considered a “Lemon”?

Under Wisconsin lemon law statute 218.0171 a new car that is still under warranty and no older than a year is called a "lemon". A vehicle is considered a lemon if it has a serious defect or flaw that the dealer or manufacturer cannot fix after a reasonable number of attempts. The vehicle's use, value, or safety must be significantly impacted by the flaw.

Customers who purchase or rent a "lemon" are entitled to a refund or replacement from the maker under the Wisconsin Lemon Law as well.

Does Wisconsin Have A Lemon Law For Used Vehicles?

For used vehicles, the protections are different but still exist. In Wisconsin, used cars are not considered “lemons”. In this case, you may need to file a dealer complaint. However, Wisconsin consumers with problematic vehicles may also be protected under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, the federal lemon law. It is essential to understand your rights -- consult with an experienced lemon law attorney at National Lemon Law Center if you believe you've purchased a used "lemon" in Wisconsin.

Considering a Wisconsin Lemon Law Claim?

Most lemon law claims are settled out of court by way of negotiation between the consumer and the manufacturer. If your case cannot be settled out of court, you need a Wisconsin lemon law lawyer who has the persistence and dedication to take your case through to trial if necessary.

Call National Lemon Law Center Today

At the National Lemon Law Center, you will find that we are fully committed to consumer protection and upholding both state and federal lemon laws. When you decide to find a Wisconsin lemon law lawyer, you can rest assured that we will give you the personalized attention you need in order to help you find a well-qualified attorney in your area.

We can review your case and see what we can do to help you find a lawyer to represent you, whether you are dealing with a:

  • Car
  • Truck
  • SUV
  • Computer
  • Motorcycle
  • Any other consumer product

Contact Our Skilled Wisconsin Lemon Law Lawyers

The first step to take in filing a claim and maximizing your recovery is to contact a Wisconsin lemon law attorney. Most lemon law attorneys offer a free initial consultation and will represent you without charging you any out of pocket legal fees. Instead, they will seek compensation from the manufacturer or dealership.

If you think you may need a Lemon Law Attorney in Wisconsin,
contact the National Lemon Law Center.
We’ve helped over 19,000 consumers and recovered over $70 million.

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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