Lemon Law Attorneys in Kansas
If you're having trouble getting a refund or replacement vehicle when your new car ends up being a lemon, you should consider hiring a KS lemon law attorney. A good lawyer can take the hard work out of getting your reimbursement.
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.
For more information about Kansas lemon law attorneys, keep reading below.
If you've never dealt with a lemon vehicle before, you may not know what to look for in a good attorney. Keep these tips in mind when doing your research:
- Find a lawyer who knows the Kansas lemon law.
- Lemon laws differ state by state; make sure they know the Kansas law well.
- Ask for recommendations and referrals.
- Hire an attorney with a proven track record and experience.
- Talk to multiple Kansas attorneys, as initial consultations are usually free.
Make sure you find a lemon law attorney that you trust and can feel confident with when being represented in court.
A KS lawyer specializing in lemon can help in a variety of ways, including:
- Representing you in court.
- Gathering all required documents to be used in court.
- Negotiate with the vehicle manufacturer and their lawyers.
- Ensure you are given what you're owed.
Talk with multiple lemon law attorneys in Kansas before hiring one and ask how they can help your case specifically.
While hiring a lemon law attorney isn't a requirement, it can certainly help you get reimbursement for your lemon in the form of a:
- Replacement vehicle.
You'll want to consider hiring a lawyer once you've identified that your car is indeed a lemon and you cannot negotiate a reimbursement with the manufacturer.
Is My Car a Lemon?
Your car will be considered a lemon if within 1 year of owning it (or during the warranty period), it has a major defect that impairs its use and value and:
- 4 attempts have been made to repair the defect.
- 10 attempts were made to repair a number of different defects.
- It has been out of service for repairs for 30 days or longer.
NOTE: The Kansas lemon law covers new cars only.
If you indeed have a lemon, check if the car manufacturer has an arbitration process in place. If after arbitration you are unable to come to an agreement, contact a lemon law attorney for advice.
Read our Lemon Law in KS page for more information.