Lemon Law

Lemon law attorney in Mississippi & Tennessee

Lemon laws are regulations designed to protect consumers from faulty products, particularly vehicles, that fail to meet quality and performance standards. These laws allow consumers to seek replacements, repairs, or refunds for defective purchases, and generally apply to new cars with substantial defects that cannot be fixed after a reasonable number of attempts.

Mississippi Lemon Law

Are you the victim of a faulty vehicle purchase in Mississippi?

The Mississippi Lemon Law is a consumer protection law that provides relief for buyers of new vehicles that turn out to be defective. Under this law, if a new vehicle has significant defects that impair its use, value, or safety, the manufacturer is required to repair, replace, or refund the vehicle at no cost to the consumer. If the manufacturer cannot fix the vehicle after a reasonable number of attempts and refuses to help any further, the consumer can pursue legal action. Contact Jason Graeber Law to discuss your claim today.

Tennessee Lemon Law

Does your new Tennessee vehicle have problem after problem?

Tennessee’s Lemon Law is designed to help consumers who find themselves with a new vehicle that is defective and still under warranty. If a car has persistent problems that significantly impair its use, value, or safety, and multiple attempts to repair it have failed, the owner may file a lemon law claim. Successful claims can lead to a refund or replacement of the vehicle, although deductions for usage may apply. Contact Jason Graeber Law to discuss your claim today.

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