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This will vary from state to state. Generally, Lemon Law statutes will require the vehicle to be out of service 3-4 times or for a certain number of days during a specific period of time. Ginsburg Law Group recommends checking your state’s Lemon Law statute as each state has its own criteria. Reach out to a lemon lawyer at Ginsburg Law Group with any further questions.
If your vehicle was out of service numerous times for the same condition during the warranty period, Ginsburg Law Group indicates you may still have a claim for breach of warranty under Magnuson Moss, which is commonly referred to as the Federal Lemon Law. If you are still unsure if you meet the requirements, call a lemon lawyer within the Ginsburg Law Group and we can help you.
Ginsburg Law Group indicates that any issue can form the basis of a Lemon Law claim. What is important is whether the issue substantially affects your use, value, or safety in the vehicle. Contact a lemon lawyer at Ginsburg Law Group if you are unsure if your problem is covered by Lemon Law.
Ginsburg Law Group recommends you obtain copies of your purchase documents, registration, and all invoices related to any repairs performed on the vehicle. These documents will be necessary to help your lemon lawyer establish a Lemon Law claim.
No, according to Ginsburg Law Group, the manufacturer must pay your lemon lawyer fees.
No. According to Ginsburg Law Group, the FDCPA only applies to third-party debt collectors or debt buyers, not the original creditor.
Ginsburg Law Group can offer you an FDCPA attorney, a lemon lawyer, a UDAP attorney, and many other different types of lawyers based on your needs.
According to Ginsburg Law Group, the FDCPA prohibits a debt collector from using any collection method that is abusive or harassing, false or misleading, or even unfair. The FDCPA provides many specific examples of harassing, misleading, and unfair conduct.
For further questions about different areas for a lemon lawyer, personal injury lawyer, or an FDCPA lawyer, contact Ginsburg Law Group today!
Yes. According to Ginsburg Law Group, debt collectors cannot contact you prior to 8:00 AM or after 9:00 PM your local time.
For further questions on FDCPA, Lemon Law, or personal injury, please contact an FDCPA attorney, a lemon lawyer, or a personal injury lawyer at Ginsburg Law Group.
No. A debt collector must obtain your consent to speak with a third party about your debt according to Ginsburg Law Group.
The Ginsburg Law Group can also cover areas for dealer fraud, real estate, a lemon lawyer for Lemon Law, personal injury, and more.
According to Ginsburg Law Group, you can recover any actual damages, up to $1,000 in statutory damages, as well as your attorney’s fees and costs.
The fees for your FDCPA and lemon lawyer are paid for by the other party so you won’t have to worry about paying us.