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Pittsburgh Lemon Law Attorneys | J.P. Ward & Associates

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Pittsburgh Lemon Law Attorneys

Got a Bad Deal?

If you’ve been getting the runaround from your manufacturer or they refuse to fix it for free under federal law — you have three options:

  1. Trade-in that old beat-up hunk of junk and get something new.
  2. Get a refund on what’s leftover after repairs are done.
  3. Get all your money back.

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    Our Pittsburgh Lemon Law Attorneys

    Meet the AutoLaws.com Team

    Josh Ward

    Jordan Kurth

    Kyle Steenland

    Justin Bahorich

    Travis Gordon

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    The Auto Law Experts that Pittsburgh Trusts.

    A new car is a significant investment, and it’s one you expect will serve you for a long time to come. However, in some instances, you may end up with a lemon – a car that requires constant servicing and repairs, even though it’s brand new.

    While you may not have to pay for these new repairs out of pocket, being without a car in Pennsylvania can dramatically affect your ability to earn an income. If your vehicle spends more time in the repair shop than in your driveway, your entire life could come to a standstill.

    Most Pennsylvania residents don’t know that they have legal recourse if their vehicle purchase doesn’t meet Pennsylvania regulations. If you’ve bought a lemon car, you may be entitled to a refund or replacement vehicle. Our team of lemon law lawyers is always on hand to protect your rights and give you the legal advice you need.

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    J.P. Ward & Associates Auto Law Attorneys

    Navigating Pennsylvania lemon law can be tricky, which is why it’s important to have a team of lemon law attorneys on your side.

    Many of our clients aren’t even aware of their rights when it comes to their personal vehicles. If you’ve been frustrated by your new vehicle, it may be worthwhile to speak to a legal team to find out if you qualify for any compensation.

    Lemon Law Facts

    Pennsylvania law covers all cars and trucks used for personal family or household purposes for the first year or 12,000 miles after purchase (whichever comes first). Vehicles with non-conformities – defects that impair the use, safety, or value of the vehicle – that have undergone several repair attempts are subject to Pennsylvania lemon law regulations.

    If you’ve spent more time in the repair shop than out of it (30 non-consecutive days in the first 12 months or 12,000 miles), Pennsylvania law apples as well.

    Under Pennsylvania lemon law, manufacturers have a duty to refund any lemon car at the full value of the purchase price or to replace the vehicle with one of equal value. However, many dealerships may be reluctant to follow this law and rely on the fact that very few customers have the legal expertise necessary to pursue the matter further.

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    We are committed to provide lemon law help at no cost to you.


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    Know Your Lemon Law Rights

    Buying a new car is always an exciting venture, but one that many Pennsylvania residents come to regret. In some instances, a new vehicle ships

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    What About Attorney’s Fees?

    At J.P. Ward & Associates, we believe that everyone should receive excellent legal advice when necessary, regardless of their financial circumstances. Under Pennsylvania law, the manufacturer is responsible for any attorneys’ fees, meaning that you get legal representation at no cost to you.

    Don’t let manufacturers get away with making lemon cars – give J.P. Ward & Associates a call instead. We’ll review your circumstances in a free consultation and let you know whether you have legal recourse or not. If you are entitled to any form of compensation, we’ll take on your case and protect your rights.

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