How Does the Lemon Law Work in Minnesota?
Our Minnesota Lemon Law Attorneys have decades of experience and have settled thousands of cases. So if you want to know if the Minnesota Lemon Law can assist you with your vehicle problems, we are the firm to call. The Minnesota Lemon Law requires only that the car be subjected to warranty repairs, that the manufacturer be unable to fix the car after a reasonable number of repair attempts, that the car be used at least part of the time for personal use, and that the defects complained of substantially impair the car’s use, value or safety to the consumer.
Our Minnesota Lemon Law attorneys can help to determine what constitutes a reasonable number of repair attempts. Generally, under the Minnesota Lemon Law, the more severe the problem with the car, the fewer repairs that may be needed to satisfy the reasonable number of attempts requirement. This requirement may also be satisfied if the car was out of service due to warranty repairs for an excessive number of days.
Even if you think your repair history does not satisfy the Minnesota Lemon Law, our attorneys can assess if your car’s repair history is sufficient to qualify you for damages under the federal Lemon Law – the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. So don’t rely on what others might tell you, let us evaluate your situation to ensure that you get the help you deserve.
Lemon Law Easy as 1 – 2 – 3
1 – Tell us your problems. Call us at 1-877-57-LEMON or complete the free case review form
2 – We evaluate your case for free. Our Lemon Law lawyers will evaluate your case and discuss the best way to resolve it quickly.
3 – Compensation. We negotiate a settlement with the manufacturer (cash, full refund, replacement vehicle).
Having trouble with your car? Speak with an experienced Lemon Law attorney!
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Under the law, the manufacturer pays all attorney costs and legal fees, not you!