Doylestown, PA Lemon Law Information and Resource Index

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Pennsylvania Lemon Law “KNOWLEDGE IS POWER” at Power & Associates. Let us evaluate your case and explain your rights. We can help you get a new car, a full refund, or a partial refund for your lemon under the PA Lemon Law at no cost to you! Call us at 1.866.536.6611 or use the email form on the right to tell us about your lemon and get FREE Lemon Aid.

Doylestown PA Lemon Law Information and Resource Index

What is the Pennsylvania Lemon Law?

The Lemon Law varies by state. The main purpose of the Pennsylvania Lemon Law is to provide Doylestown vehicle owners of both new cars and passenger trucks, with a no cost method of forcing vehicle makers to repurchase defective vehicles. If the PA Lemon Law is found to have been violated, the manufacturer must buy the consumer’s vehicle back and pay all of their attorney’s fees. At Power & Associates, we take our lemon law cases on a no-cost, no-fee basis. We bear the fees and the court costs, win or lose.

Pennsylvania New Car Lemon Law Summary

The PA New Car Lemon law was enacted to protect Doylestown consumers who purchase or lease, and register a new vehicle in the state of Pennsylvania. In Pennsylvania, a car may qualify as a lemon if a defect or condition that substantially impairs the use, value or safety of the vehicle is reported to a dealer within the first 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first, and the vehicle requires more than three repair attempts to repair the defect or the vehicle is out of service for thirty days or more for any number of defects or conditions. Only the first report of a defect or condition must be reported within the first 12 months or 12,000 miles. The subsequent repair attempts or days out of service may occur after the first year.

If the defect can not be repaired in a reasonable number of repair attempts, you may be eligible for a replacement vehicle or the refund of the purchase price, less a limited allowance for use. You may request an arbitration of your case through the manufacturer’s dispute settlement program if one exist or you may bring a civil action.

How Do I Know If I Have A Case?

Don’t worry if you are not sure if your car is a lemon. We can usually decide if you have a legal case once you have provided us with some initial information. We need your vehicle’s VIN number (Vehicle Identification Number)purchase documents, and either the repair invoices or a summary of repairs performed. Visit the Lemon Aid Survival Guide or click on the links to learn more.

Do I Have To Come To Your Office Before You Can Take My Case?

No, there is no need to come to our office for an appointment before we take your case, but of course you are always welcome. We can help you with your lemon law issue regardless of where you live in Pennsylvania or New Jersey. We may be able to handle the entire claim over the telephone, through the mail and via e-mail. However, if we have to file a lawsuit, it may require an office visit for a deposition and your appearance at an arbitration hearing.

What If My Car Does Not Qualify Under The PA Lemon Law?

You may have a breach of warranty claim. Breach of warranty statutes provide for the Doylestown consumer whose vehicle does not qualify under the PA Lemon Law, but who experience repeated problems with their vehicle while still covered by the manufacturer’s warranty. As long as a vehicle is under warranty, the manufacturer has an obligation to repair all covered defects within a reasonable period of time. Like the Pennsylvania Lemon Law federal warranty laws require the manufacturer to pay the consumer’s attorney’s fees and court costs if the consumer prevails. Breach of warranty laws aid those Doylestown consumers who’s vehicle begins to malfunction outside of the PA Lemon Law period and those consumers who purchase used vehicles.

What Does A Breach Of Warranty Claim Cost?

Best of all, the federal warranty laws, just like the Pennsylvania Lemon Law, require the manufacturer to pay all of a plaintiff’s legal fees and court costs if you prevail. At Power & Associates, we take each case on a NO COST/NO FEE BASIS. If we win your case the manufacturer pays our fees and costs. If we lose, you owe nothing!

What If My Vehicle Is Not New?

To qualify under the breach of warranty laws, we must establish that the problems began while the vehicle was under warranty and the manufacturer failed to repair the defects in a reasonable period of time. The age of your vehicle doesn’t matter.

Vehicle Manufacturer Warranty Links

Power & Associates represents clients throughout Pennsylvania including the city of Doylestown with all makes and models of vehicles including the vehicle manufacturers listed below.

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