Lemon Law Attorneys in New Hampshire
If your vehicle qualifies as a lemon in New Hampshire, you may want to consider hiring a lemon law attorney. A lawyer can help to make sure you are reimbursed fully by the manufacturer.
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.
Continue reading this page to learn more about lemon law attorneys in New Hampshire.
If you plan to take your case to court, you'll need to find a New Hampshire attorney who practices in lemon law. Be sure to verify your lemon law attorney has:
- Strong knowledge of NH lemon law.
- Years of experience.
- A successful track record.
Lemon Law Attorney Fees
Since lemon law attorneys have different fees and payment methods, it's a good idea to ask about your fees and payment deadlines in your first meeting.
NOTE: You may also want to ask if there is a possibility of recovering your legal fees with a winning judgment.
Hiring a lemon law attorney in New Hampshire can take the stress out of going to court. A good lawyer can:
- Walk you through the entire process, from start to finish.
- Make sure you're receiving the entire compensation that you're entitled to.
- Represent you in court.
- Ensure you have all the required documentation to support your claim.
- Explain all aspects of the lemon law to you, so you understand what you're going to court for.
After your vehicle has been in the shop with a persistent mechanical issue, you may be eligible for compensation under the New Hampshire lemon law.
One of the following must apply to your vehicle to be considered a lemon:
- There were 3 attempts or more made by the manufacturer or an authorized representative to fix the defect.
- The vehicle was out of service for at least 30 days during the warranty period.
For more information, visit our NH Lemon Law page.
In New Hampshire, you must be able to prove that the manufacturer or dealer did not honor the warranty. To put yourself in the best position to win your lemon law case, you'll need documentation showing every one of your failed vehicle repair attempts.
Lemon law attorneys/lawyers can help you make sure you have all the required documents.
NOTE: Prior to filing a complaint about your lemon, you must have documented proof of your car troubles and/or the dealer's failure to repair the defect(s).
You will need to file a complaint with the NH New Motor Vehicle Arbitration Board (MVAB) if your new vehicle is deemed a lemon.
If you are unable to find a resolution with arbitration, the next option would be to take your lemon law case to court. A lawyer with experience in NH lemon law may be able to obtain a refund or have your vehicle replaced.
For more information, refer to our page about New Hampshire Lemon Law.
If you decide to take your lemon law case to court in New Hampshire, you might benefit from the assistance of an experienced lemon law attorney.
You can start the search process by asking a lemon law attorney below.