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When you buy a car/truck/motorcycle or vehicle you are provided with a manufacturers warranty promising to repair the vehicle. You have a right to expect problems will be fixed efficiently and effectively. If your vehicle is in the shop for repeat repairs or for an extended period of time, contact us at MUSSIN & SCANLAND, PLLC to help you get your vehicle back on the road.
Under the Michigan Lemon Law and other state statutes, you may be entitled to:
Your warranty promises to repair defects in materials and workmanship to any part covered by the
warranty. This includes extended warranties and covers problems or issues in many areas including:
Michigan Lemon does not cover used vehicle. Instead, your used vehicle is covered by statutes such as the Uniform Commercial Code Breach of Warranty, the Magnusson Moss Warranty Act, the Michigan Consumer Protection Act, and the Michigan Motor Vehicle Service and Repair Act. So while not technically covered by the Michigan Lemon Law, there are numerous laws that do cover you. Contact MUSSIN & SCANLAND, PLLC today for a free analysis of your claim.
Lemon Law - Vehicle problems? Vehicle Defects? You have rights under the Michigan Lemon Law and Warranty Statutes. Call us - No Fees - Free Consultation!
If you are having continuous problems and your lemon car is under a manufacturer's warranty, we can still help under the Federal Magnuson–Moss Warranty Act.
Is your vehicle needing constant repairs? Does it seem to be constantly in the shop or do you have continuous breakdowns, even after having it fixed? You may be driving a lemon and under state and Federal laws you could be entitled to significant compensation and 100% free legal representation.
Lemon Law / Michigan Lemon Law
The Lemon Law is a state law designed to protect consumers from vehicles sold to them with defects from the manufacturers. In short, after you have provided a reasonable number of repairs for the same defect or condition, if not resolved you may be entitled to compensation. Lemon Laws vary from state to state so it is imperative that you contact an attorney who specializes in this area.