PA and NJ´s lemon law lawyer providing free lemon law help to consumers of defective cars.
The Pennsylvania Lemon Law was enacted for the express purpose of protecting consumers from buying or leasing new, but faulty, motor vehicles. The law seeks to make sure that the manufacturer of the vehicle fixes any problems or defects that were originally covered under the manufacturer’s warranty and were reported by the owner within one year or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first.
NEWS UPDATE...PA LEMON LAW EXPANDS TO INCLUDE LEMON BUYBACKS AND LEASED CARS.
Along with the inclusion of leased cars under the PA Lemon Law, the Pennsylvania Lemon Law, effective December 1, 2002, requires all Pennsylvania dealers to disclose if a used car had been repurchased as a lemon buyback. Review the changes to the PA Lemon Law.
What to do if you have a Lemon
1. Ideally, your automobile dealer should work with you to resolve the problem. It is in their best interest to take care of the problem to increase the likelihood of future car sales.
2. In the event you can´t resolve the problem with the dealer, you can contact our firm by calling our toll free telephone number 1-800-MY-LEMON (1-800-695-3666), email us or complete our free lemon law case evaluation. We will do our best to resolve the claim with the automobile manufacturer as quickly as possible at no cost to you. Should the automobile manufacturer refuse to comply with lemon law requirements, we will promptly file suit on your behalf to seek compensation under the Pennsylvania Lemon Law and Federal Warranty Act. If your case settles, all fees and costs are paid by the manufacturer. Regardless of the outcome, you never pay any fees or costs.