Is your car a lemon?
Fighting for Pennsylvania Consumers Rights
Pennsylvania Lemon Law
Driving a lemon car can be frustrating, time-consuming, and dangerous. State lemon laws and federal warranty laws give you rights!
Congress has implemented a slew of protections for you through the passage of a complex system of laws like the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. Fluent Law will help you to navigate which protections apply in your case.
Dealer Fraud & Unfair Trade Practices
When a dealership provides false information during a sale or deliberately conceals a serious problem with a car, that dealership has committed fraud and/or unfair trade practices.
No one should have to drive a lemon!
If your car is constantly in the shop for repairs, you may have a lemon. You could receive a new car, a refund of all your money paid, or cash and keep your car. There is no cost to you for legal representation, so there is no reason to put up with your bad car.
No Out-of-Pocket Fees for Lemon Law Cases
Under the various Lemon Laws and other warranty laws, the manufacturer pays your attorneys’ fees and costs.
You pay nothing out of your pocket for attorneys’ fees or costs, regardless of whether you win or lose, so there is no risk.
Don’t let the manufacturers ignore the problems with your car or offer you less than what you deserve.
Get the legal help you need under Pennsylvania Lemon Law for free.
What is a lemon?
Legally speaking, a “lemon” is any new car with a defect that meets any of the following conditions:
- Impairs its use, value or safety
- Requires more than three repair attempts to fix
- Puts the car out of service for 30 days or more