Lemon Law Lawyer in Miami
THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SERVES LEMON LAW CAR CLAIMS FOR DEFECTIVE VEHICLES UNDER WARRANTY IN MIAMI-DADE, BROWARD, AND ORLANDO
- Is your leased vehicle spending more time at the dealer than on the road?
- Has your brand new car or truck proven to be a total disappointment?
- Does your new car or truck suffer from repairs that never get fixed?
- Has your new car or truck placed you in danger because of an unexpected malfunction?
- Do you know what the Lemon Law is and how it protects you after leasing or purchasing a new car or truck in Florida?
If you answered YES to any of the above, you have probably bought a defective vehicle that can place you, your loved ones, and other s in danger. If you have purchased a new vehicle that spends too much time in the shop or dealer, you may be able to get the vehicle replaced or your money back. Get in touch with the PERAZZO LAW FIRM
NOW for a FREE
initial consultation about a Lemon Law Car Claim.
In Miami, Jonathan Perazzo, answers the question:
HOW DOES THE LEMON LAW WORK IN FLORIDA?
The Lemon Law protects buyers in the event of defects of conditions that greatly impact on the proper performance, market value, or place drivers, passengers, or others in danger of suffering an accident. In an effort to protect new car buyers and the Lemon Law was created so that vehicle manufacturers and dealerships rebuy or replace cars or trucks that are defective in some way and make them unsafe to operate. Most often a vehicle will qualify as defective when it requires multiple repairs for the same malfunction or if the vehicle is unjustifiably at the repair shop for an extended period of time. Though each state has its own set of Lemon Law particularities, most states agree that the Lemon Law covers vehicles that may place drivers, passengers, and other third-parties in danger when operating the vehicle. This may include vehicle software that controls airbags to a poor braking system. In other words, if your leased vehicle doesn't brake correctly or if the engine fails to start normally, then you may be eligible to file a Lemon Law claim with a personal injury lawyer in Miami-Dade. Though filing a Lemon Law is fairly simple, it's just as simple for a dealer's lawyer to reject your claim. It's always best to get the help of an experienced attorney in Miami to help with legal matters that involve reimbursement or compensation. In Miami, the Perazzo Law Firm reminds vehicle owners suffering regular mechanical problems that the lemon law only applies to new vehicles. If you vehicle is not under lease, then it is considered old and you will not be able to file a lemon law claim.
LEMON LAW FACTS:
Not all cars roll off the production line perfect!
- The Lemon Law protects buyer of a new vehicle if the vehicle is proven to be defective.
- The Lemon Law applies to new or leased vehicles that suffer defects or malfunctioning.
- The Lemon Law does not apply to used cars, used trucks, or other used vehicles.
- The Lemon Law will not cover new or leased vehicles that suffer minor problems that do not affect the vehicle operation, for example: paint problems
- The Lemon Law obliges a dealership to buy the vehicle back.
- The Lemon Law may apply if a defect or flaw greatly lowers the vehicle's market value.
- The Lemon Law may apply if the new vehicle is under warranty and multiple repairs fail to solve the problem.
Florida residents that purchase a new vehicle should contact Jonathan Perazzo
for a FREE
initial consultation on how to move forward with a Lemon Law Claim. In Miami, the Perazzo Law Firm's office are ready to handle your claim and fight for you after buying a lemon.
What will a Lemon Law Attorney do for the buyer of a defective vehicle that is under warranty?
In Miami, a lemon law attorney will firstly, request all service records. Thus, it's important to keep all service records in order to help verify any defective or odd functioning of the new vehicle. Authorized dealerships and service mechanics must provide vehicle owners with a service record for vehicles under warranty.