Protecting Your Rights If You Were Sold A Lemon
Many people prefer to purchase new vehicles, as new vehicles tend to perform more reliably than pre-owned vehicles. In addition, if there are problems with a new car, the costs of repair will be covered under the manufacturer’s warranty. It is very inconvenient and potentially costly when your new vehicle requires constant repairs. After a certain number of repairs, you may come to the realization that you purchased a lemon.
Serving Consumers Throughout Connecticut and Central Massachusetts
If this describes your situation, it is essential to discuss your case with a lawyer who understands Connecticut’s Lemon Law or the Massachusetts Lemon Law and how it may apply to you. At Consumer Law Group, LLC, our Hartford-area lemon law attorneys fully understand these laws and can take effective action on your behalf. Protecting the rights of consumers is our firm’s sole focus. Since our founding in 1997, we have represented thousands of individuals in a broad range of consumer claims.
Holding Auto Manufacturers Accountable Under the Connecticut and Massachusetts Lemon Laws
Under Connecticut’s Lemon Law, auto manufacturers are required to replace the vehicle or buy it back if they are unable to repair the vehicle after a reasonable number of attempts. Generally, if a vehicle cannot be fixed after four attempts, the manufacturer will likely have to replace the vehicle or buy it back from the consumer. There are other situations in which the lemon law can also apply.
Our attorneys will carefully examine the facts of your case. If you purchased a lemon, we will explore all possible methods of dispute resolution, including negotiation, arbitration, or if necessary, a lawsuit, to force the auto manufacturer to replace your vehicle or buy it back.
While Connecticut’s Lemon Law does not apply to used cars, if you have reason to believe you purchased a defective used vehicle, you may have legal recourse. If you are concerned about paying for an attorney’s representation, you should not be. Connecticut’s Lemon Law contains provisions that provide for the payment of attorneys’ fees and other costs if the claim is successful. Therefore, in most of our firm’s cases, we do charge consumers little or nothing.