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The attorneys at Lemberg Law have decades of combined experience handling consumer law cases, including lemon law and Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act cases. We will listen to you, help you understand your rights under the law, and be at your side while you take the steps necessary to get justice for your new car lemon.
Sometimes, new car lemons don’t meet the definition of the lemon law, but Lemberg Law can still obtain justice for clients by using the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. If you own or lease a new car and have had to take it in for repair multiple times, Lemberg Law can use state and federal law to deliver a refund, replacement vehicle, or cash settlement.
Our lemon law representation is 100% free for you. Really. Here’s why. Lemon laws have “fee-shifting” provisions. When we win lemon law cases, the car manufacturer must pay our fees in addition to paying you.
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You may have a lemon if your vehicle:
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Read moreA single missed payment can cost you thousands of dollars.
Read moreWhen they ran into you, they ran into a buzz saw.
Know your rights
Under new car lemon law, if a vehicle doesn’t conform to the manufacturer’s warranty and the dealer is unable to repair the car, a consumer can receive a refund or a replacement.
Lemberg Law represents consumers nationwide in debt collection abuse, telephone harassment, lemon law, auto fraud, personal injury, wage overtime, and class action cases.
We have helped more than 18,000 consumers recover more than $35 million. Could your case be next?