Buying a new car is a big decision. Since buyers often invest several thousand dollars into these purchases, they want to be certain that their new vehicles will last them for years to come. Unfortunately, not all new cars are created equal; it is not entirely uncommon for new vehicles to require several expensive repairs – or to fail to function altogether.
What happens to you if you have purchased a defective vehicle? Is there a way you can be compensated for your purchase? The team at Deputy & Mizell, LLC may be able to help you.
Missouri’s Lemon Law
- You may be offered a replacement vehicle by the manufacturer.
- You may be refunded your original purchase.
- Off-Road Vehicles
- Commercial Vehicles
- The Living Areas Of RVs or Recreational Vehicles
- have had a minimum of 4 separate repair attempts, OR
- have been out of service for a minimum of 30 days
Lemon law works in close conjunction with warranty laws, so it’s worth noting that the original manufacturer’s warranty must still be in effect in order to be eligible for lemon law protection.
If you think you may be eligible to receive compensation under Missouri’s lemon laws, contact one of our experienced Missouri lemon law attorneys. The team at our law firm in Lebanon, Camdenton, and Tuscumbia would be happy to represent you and guide you through the process. Contact Deputy & Mizell LLC for more information!
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