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

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What Is a Lemon?

In the state of Utah, a vehicle sold or leased after January 1, 1987 that has a defect that substantially impairs its ability to function is considered a "lemon". Utah Lemon Law does not apply to used vehicles; it specifically applies to brand new vehicles purchased or leased in the state of Utah. Under federal law, however, used vehicles are covered under the lemon law if you have a manufacturer's warranty, original or extended.

Cars and trucks are covered, but:

  • Motorcycles
  • Tractors
  • And motor homes are not

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Mobile homes and motor vehicles weighing over 12,000 pounds are excluded from Lemon Law coverage as well. Utah also does not recognize electronic products under the Lemon Law. So, the only way to contest a faulty electronic product is if that product has been manufactured in another state. If that holds true, a consumer may be permitted to file the lawsuit against the headquarters in its own state instead of in Utah.

Fortunately, federal laws apply to all types of consumer products including:

  • Electronics
  • Motorcycles
  • RVs
  • Boats
  • Computers
  • Home appliances
  • As well as a number of other consumer appliances and products under The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act

To qualify under state and federal lemon law, the appliance or product must require multiple repairs while under the manufacturer's factory warranty. No matter what kind of product or appliance your lemon is, the process can be complex and difficult to handle.

Do You Need a Utah Lemon Law Attorney?

It is important that you obtain an experienced Utah lemon law attorney to represent your rights in any level of lemon law dispute. Whether your lemon law case is about a computer or a car or anything in between, there is something that can be done.

Lawyers at our firm have in-depth knowledge of lemon law litigation and are able to provide you with the strong representation you require. Manufacturers are allowed four repair attempts or 30 business days out of service before a product or appliance qualifies under Lemon Law.

After that point, you must go through any informal dispute settlement or arbitration procedure the manufacturer may have in place but you do not have to do that without legal representation. Should you need to go through that process, we can assist you with a law suit.

If you are nearing that point or contemplating going in for a fifth repair or more, stop what you are doing and contact a Utah lemon law attorney instead. We look out for our clients' best interests at all times.

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Do you have a lemon? Contact a Utah lemon law attorney today and we will help you file a claim for your lemon at no cost to you! 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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