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Nothing feels quite like the freedom of driving down a Florida highway with the wind in your hair, and nothing feels quite as frustrating as having a vehicle in Florida that gives you nothing but problems. Florida has a set of laws that protect consumers who have purchased defective vehicles. These are known as lemon laws. Lemon Larry can connect you with a Florida lemon law attorney when you have bought a lemon and cannot get satisfaction.

See If You Have a Lemon (Answer these 7 questions about your defective vehicle)

  • Get FREE help from a Florida lemon law attorney!
  • Take a few seconds and answer these questions to see if you qualify!
  • You could get a reimbursement or a replacement vehicle!

Find an Experienced Lemon Law Claim Lawyer

A Florida lemon law claim lawyer can help you file a claim under the state’s lemon laws against the vehicle manufacturer when they cannot seem to repair your vehicle. If you win your claim, the court could either demand the manufacturer reimburse you the cost of the vehicle or provide you with a replacement vehicle. Plus, the law requires the manufacturer to cover all legal fees if you win your case. You could get the legal help to pursue a claim, and get your vehicle issue resolved for FREE!

Lemon Larry is not a legal firm. We are a service that connects consumers to seasoned and knowledgeable lemon law attorneys in your state that can assist you with a lemon law claim. We receive no compensation from consumers for our service. We are here to serve you by connecting you with experienced lemon law attorneys near you in Florida.

Why Do I Need a Florida Lemon Law Attorney?

In Florida, the Office of the Attorney General handles all lemon law claims against manufacturers. Many vehicle manufacturers have a Florida-certified arbitration program to handle these types of disputes. However, if repeated efforts have been made by an authorized dealer to repair the vehicle without success, and no satisfaction is gained through arbitration, consumers can pursue a claim directly against the manufacturer with the Florida Office of the Attorney General, Lemon Law Arbitration Division.

These proceedings can be complicated for the uninitiated, and lemon laws have many factors and stipulations that can bear on any particular case. A Florida lemon law attorney will be completely familiar with these laws and how they bear on your case. He or she will be able to help you build a solid case that has the best chance of success, either through the arbitration process or before the courts.

What Can I Do to Help My Lemon Law Claim in Florida?

The main source of evidence your lemon law claim will require in Florida are service reports from the vehicle dealer. Every time you take the vehicle to the dealer to address the defect or problem, they make a record of the visit and any services performed. Even if no problem is discovered at that visit, a record is made. You can request the entire history of service records for your vehicle from the dealer.

These service records are vital to your case. They provide:

  • Evidence of a recurring problem
  • Proof that you have allowed the dealer a “reasonable number” of attempts to remedy the situation
  • Proof that the defect or problem cannot easily be fixed
  • Evidence that you have tried to follow the dealer’s recommendations regarding the vehicle defect

With these records in your possession, you are ready to pursue a claim under Florida lemon laws. Lemon Larry has a fast and simple method of qualifying you for a lemon law claim and connecting you with a Florida lemon law attorney that can help you get started.

Complete our 7-question online assessment now, and see if you qualify. If you do, Lemon Larry will immediately connect you with a local Florida lemon law claim lawyer to help you with your case. It’s that simple! Take our assessment now!

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