Florida Lemon Law

Is your car a Lemon?

Florida’s Lemon Law is consumer friendly, however there are certain requirements which must be met.  In order to qualify under the Lemon law, a new or demonstrator (demo) vehicle must have a defect that substantially impairs the use, value or safety.  The vehicle must be taken to an authorized dealer at least three times for repair of the same problem or the vehicle must be in out of service at an authorized dealer for repairs of one or more problems for 15 or more days in total.  The Lemon Law Rights Period is the first 24 months after the date of delivery of the vehicle to the consumer.  Once a vehicle is determined to be a Lemon the consumer may be eligible for a purchase price refund or a replacement vehicle.

If you are experiencing problems with your vehicle let the Law Offices of Samir Masri help you by arranging a consultation to learn about your rights.

Let the Law Offices of Samir Masri help you applying for Lemon Law Relief

The Law Offices of Samir Masri welcomes clients from Miami Dade County, Broward County, and Monroe County.   Our Office represents residents of Miami, Sweetwater, Palmetto Bay, Homestead, Plantation, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and other southern Florida cities who have a Lemon Law issue.

Understanding Florida Lemon Law

If you purchased a new or demo vehicle and are within 24 months from date of delivery, you may be protected by Florida Lemon Laws. The vehicle must have been used for either personal or family purposes, rather than for business purposes.

Under Florida Lemon Laws, you have the right bring an arbitration action against the car manufacturer to determine whether vehicle is defective.  If your vehicle is found to be defective you may be entitled to receive compensation or receive a new replacement vehicle.

Throughout the arbitration process, it can be helpful to speak with a lemon law layer in Coral Gables, who can explain to you the different options you have.

Attorney Samir Masri offers a free new client consultation to South Florida residents facing a Lemon Law issue. To discuss your car troubles with a Lemon Law Lawyer serving South Florida, please call (305) 445-3422 today.

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