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Wisconsin Lemon Laws

All consumer products and appliances sold or leased after January 1, 1987 with defects that substantially impair their functionality are considered "lemons" in the eyes of the law. The defect must render it unsafe or unreliable for normal use, or severely decrease the market value. The appliance or product must require multiple repairs while under the manufacturer's factory warranty to qualify under Lemon Law. It is a common belief that lemon laws only apply to cars and trucks. This is somewhat true.

Contact the National Lemon Law Center at 877.315.3666 or contact us online today to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys and learn more about Wisconsin lemon laws.

What Does Lemon Law Cover?

In some states only new cars and trucks are covered; however, according to The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, lemon laws legally apply on the federal level to all types of consumer products including motorcycles, boats, computers, home appliances, motor homes, as well as numerous other appliances and products. Unlike under state law, used vehicles are covered under the federal lemon law if you have a manufacturer's warranty, original or extended.

Does Wisconsin Have a Lemon Law?

According to Wisconsin Lemon Law, if a manufacturer is unable to permanently fix the defect after a reasonable number of attempts, it must accept the return of the motor vehicle and replace it with a comparable new motor vehicle and refund all repair costs and any expenses incurred by obtaining alternative transportation. The manufacturer may also accept the return of the vehicle and refund all purchase costs including taxes, fees, collateral costs, etc. It is important that you make sure all repairs are made by the manufacturer, dealership, or other authorized diagnostic center.

Statute of Limitations

If you are the not-so-proud owner or leaser of a lemon, it is crucial that you speak with a Wisconsin lemon law attorney as soon as possible. There are time restrictions on when you can file and when you must send certain notices to the manufacturer. It is never too soon to contact an attorney and, at The National Lemon Law Center, your case review is absolutely free.

Choosing the Right Lemon Law Attorney in Wisconsin

What do you have to lose but your lemon? Even if you are unsure of whether or not you have a lemon on your hands, give us a call and we will be happy to help you figure out if you have a case. If it is necessary for you to pursue legal action, we can help you determine the best course of action for your situation based on an analysis of your individual circumstance. Whether you are dealing with Wisconsin lemon law for new cars or for used cars, we're here to help.

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Don't attempt to stick it out with your lemon vehicle product, or appliance. There is no reason to wait. Contact a Wisconsin lemon law attorney today and we will help you file a Lemon Law claim 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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