Lemon Law Attorneys in Arizona

SUMMARY: Lemon Law Attorneys in Arizona

Do you have a lemon? Find out how an attorney can help you, lemon laws to consider, and suggestions for getting a good lemon lawyer.

NOTE: The content of this website is intended solely for informational purposes. It is not a source of legal advice and should not be used as such.

Benefits of Hiring a Lemon Law Attorney

If you've got a vehicle that qualifies as a lemon, you should consider getting a lemon lawyer. Lemon laws may seem cut and dry, but when you're dealing with major corporations, things can get complicated.

A lemon law attorney can help ensure you have everything you need to prove your vehicle is a lemon and get the proper compensation you deserve.

Benefits of hiring a lemon law lawyer include:

  • Negotiating power – A lemon lawyer can help you push your manufacturer to resolve your issue.
  • Knowledge of the law – Your attorney will understand all the factors of the lemon law and how they affect your case.
  • Trusted advice – Your attorney can explain the lemon law to you and provide advice for you on the best ways to move forward.

It's also important to note that it may not cost you anything to hire a lemon lawyer.

Lemon Laws to Consider

If your vehicle is determined to be a lemon, Arizona's Lemon Law requires the vehicle manufacturer to EITHER:

  • Replace your vehicle.
  • Refund your money.

In Arizona, the lemon law covers both new and used vehicles, but the requirements vary for each.

Definition of a "Lemon"

New Vehicles

For new cars, the period covered by the lemon law is whichever of the following comes first:

  • The warranty term.
  • 2 years.
  • 24,000 miles.

A new vehicle will qualify as a lemon IF it has:

  • Undergone at least 4 attempts to repair the same defect and those attempts were unsuccessful.
  • Been out of service due to the defect for over 30 days.

Our Arizona Lemon Law page has more details.

Used Vehicles

The Arizona Used Car Lemon Law will cover your vehicle if a major component breaks within 15 days OR 500 miles from the date of purchase.

If an issue does occur, you'll be required to pay up to a $25 expense for the first 2 repairs. If the vehicle isn't satisfactorily repaired during both opportunities, you can recover the purchase amount paid you for the car.

For more information, please refer to our Lemon Law in Arizona page.

Filing a Complaint

If you wish to proceed with a lemon law case, the Arizona Attorney General suggests reading the lemon law, then filing a complaint using the Better Business Bureau AUTO LINE Program.

Consider hiring an attorney to help you with your complaint or handle your case if the complaint fails to resolve your case and get you the compensation you deserve.

How to Hire a Lemon Law Attorney

When you set out to find a lemon law attorney in Arizona, be sure it's one that is familiar with lemon law cases and knows all the details of the law.

Ask about the attorney's:

  • Lemon law expertise.
  • Experience.
  • Track record.
  • Fees.

Finally, always remember to trust your instincts. You need to pick an attorney with whom you feel comfortable working.

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