Lemon Law Attorneys in Idaho
Getting stuck with a lemon isn't fun for anyone. Luckily, in Idaho, you can hire a lemon law attorney to help you get reimbursed for your faulty vehicle. A lawyer can explain your entitlements and handle the entire court process for you.
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For more information about lemon law attorneys in Idaho, keep reading this page.
Don't rush into hiring a lemon law attorney. Be sure to do your research and pay for proper representation. You want to hire a lawyer that is:
- Highly recommended.
- You may want to ask your friends and family if they know of any good attorneys.
- Experienced in lemon law cases, specific to Idaho.
- Each state's lemon law differs, so make sure your lawyer has handled local cases.
- Trustworthy and has a good track record.
- Confident representing you in court.
When filing a lawsuit against a vehicle manufacturer, a lemon law attorney can be the difference between winning your case, or being stuck with your lemon. In addition to representing you in ID court, a lawyer can:
- Explain the Idaho lemon law to you.
- Make the process of gathering all required documents much easier.
- Ensure the manufacturer isn't giving you less than what you're entitled to.
- Speed up the court process.
- Save you from having to learn any confusing legal terms and jargon.
It's time to hire a lemon law attorney when you are sure you have a lemon and the manufacturer refuses to replace or refund your purchase.
Your car will be covered under the ID lemon law if:
- You bought it new.
- It weighs 12,000 lbs. or less.
- It is still under warranty.
- The odometer reads less than 24,000 miles.
- It's been less than 2 years since you bought the car.
Your car will be classified as a lemon and you will be eligible for reimbursement if:
- The manufacturer (or an authorized dealer) has made at least 4 attempts to repair the vehicle.
- Only 1 attempt is required if the defect is serious enough to cause serious injury or death.
- It has been in the shop for repairs for a total of 30 business days or longer.
Visit our Lemon Law in Idaho page for more information.