Learn About Lemon Law

You work hard for your money, and you expect to get what you pay for when you make a purchase. Buying a used car should be a good way to cut your transportation costs and ensure that you can safely get around town. If the used car that you bought turns out to be a lemon, you might wonder about your rights under Massachusetts law. The lemon law of MA is set up to protect your rights as a consumer.

A “lemon” refers to a used car or another item such as a major appliance that is not what the seller said it was. Perhaps you bought a used car at a dealership and were told that its brakes were fully replaced with original equipment manufacturer parts. A week later, the brakes go out. You pay for a tow to the mechanic’s shop only to find that there were no new brakes installed on the vehicle. Now you have to spend hundreds of dollars on repairs that you did not expect to make.

Another type of lemon situation could be if you bought a car assuming that it had a standard title, but it had actually been junked or salvaged. Rolling back of the odometer or hiding accident, rust or other major damage also fall under the state’s lemon law. We are here to protect your rights as a consumer in Massachusetts.

When you need help with the lemon law of MA, contact us at the Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center. Our lawyers look forward to hearing about your situation and letting you know whether or not we can represent you in a legal case. Give us a call in order to schedule a consultation or visit us online at YourLemonLawRights.com for additional details about our legal services.

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