Lemon Law Attorneys in Nevada
Did you recently buy a lemon vehicle? If so, you may need a lemon law attorney to help you prepare your case. A lawyer can help by negotiating terms with the manufacturer and taking the stress out of resolving the issue.
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Continue reading this page to learn more about hiring a lemon law attorney in Nevada.
If your vehicle turns out to be a lemon, you may have to find an attorney in Nevada who has experience in handling lemon law cases.
When looking for a lemon law attorney, be sure to ask the following questions:
- How many lemon law cases have you taken on?
- What is your success rate?
- How much are your fees?
Here are some of the benefits of hiring a lemon law attorney:
- Awareness of the law: Your attorney will have a much better understanding of each aspect of the lemon law in Nevada.
- Negotiation skills: Having a lemon law expert represent you shows the manufacturer you're serious about resolving the issue.
- Support you can depend on: Your Nevada attorney can answer questions about the lemon law and offer guidance on how to proceed.
NOTE: Nevada lemon law only applies to brand new vehicles. However, you can read our section about Used Car Buyers' Rights for more details about dealer responsibilities and repairs.
In Nevada, a new vehicle is considered a lemon if it has:
- Failed in at least 4 attempts to repair the same issue during the warranty period or within 1 year of the original vehicle delivery.
- Been out of service for at least 30 days during the warranty period or within 1 year.
The manufacturer or its authorized dealer is responsible for making the necessary repairs. If the dealer is unable to fix your lemon or the manufacturer is not offering a satisfactory resolution, you may need to file a complaint.
For additional details, please refer to our page about Nevada Lemon Law.
NOTE: You may want to first check to see if the vehicle manufacturer has its own in-house procedures for handling a lemon.
To start the process with a lemon in Nevada, you'll need to make contact with the manufacturer in writing before the expiration date of the warranty or within 1 year of the vehicle delivery date.
If you're unable to resolve your case after filing a complaint, an experienced lemon law attorney may be able to help you get the results you're seeking.
Once you decide to jumpstart lemon law proceedings in Nevada, you'll likely have a range of questions about how to proceed with your lemon vehicle.
Use the above â€œAsk a Lemon Law Lawyer Online Now" feature to get answers to your NV lemon law questions. You may even find a reputable attorney to help you with your lemon law case.