I bought a new car but it keeps having problems. I'm tired of going back and forth to the dealership only to have something else go wrong. Someone suggested that this car might fall under the "Lemon Law." How does that work?
I am an attorney specializing in "Lemon Law," the colloquial term for automobile warranty law. This has been the focus of my practice for 23 years and I have handled thousands of actions against manufacturers on behalf of consumers who bought bad cars, along with various suits over defective RVs, boats, personal watercraft, and even things which were not transportation, like sewing machines and furniture. If a consumer product comes with a warranty that is not being honored, I'm the guy you call. At least in Michigan. Sometimes I handle other car cases as well.