Getting an Attorney's Help - Lemon Laws & Car Buyer Protections
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed June 20, 2016
If you recently purchased a vehicle, and you believe that the vehicle may be a "lemon" or that you were victimized by auto dealer fraud during the buying process, one of the first steps you should take is to contact an experienced Lemon Law or Auto Dealer Fraud attorney near you. Automobile buyers are entitled to a number of legal protections -- pertaining to the condition of the vehicle itself, and to tactics used during the purchase process -- so having an experienced attorney on your side can help ensure that your rights are protected to the fullest extent possible.
How an Attorney Can Help
At your first meeting, your attorney will gather facts and information from you, evaluate all aspects of your vehicle purchase, identify your options, and explain what you can expect. If you and your attorney decide to pursue a lawsuit based on a lemon law violation or auto dealer fraud, at every stage of your case your attorney will represent you zealously -- by gathering evidence related to your vehicle purchase, researching all legal issues, interviewing witnesses, and negotiating with car dealerships and opposing counsel -- all with the goal of protecting your legal rights and ensuring the most favorable outcome for your situation.
Finding an Experienced Lemon Law or Auto Dealer Fraud Attorney
To find an attorney or law firm to help you with your lemon law or auto dealer fraud issue, go to the "Find a Lawyer" box near the upper left corner of this page. You can also search for an experienced Lemon Law or Auto Dealer Fraud attorney near you by using the FindLaw Lawyer Directory.
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