We Handle Lemon Law Claims in Minnesota and Iowa
The Law Offices of Vince Megna is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but we are home to a nationally recognized Lemon Law attorney, Vince Megna. Mr. Megna was named one of the “Ten Best Attorneys in the Country” for 2003 by Lawyers Weekly USA, and his acclaimed book Bring on Goliath: Lemon Law Justice in America was praised as being “simply the best book I have ever read on consumer justice” in the Washington Post by Warren Brown.
Whether you live in Wisconsin, Iowa or Minnesota, we can help. If you bought a lemon and you want a nationally acclaimed lawyer to help you take on the behemoth Detroit automakers, call 414-225-0260 or 855-783-3786 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with Vince Megna.
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Minnesota Lemon Law
On the whole, Minnesota’s Lemon Law is favorable to the consumer. If the vehicle is out of service for more than 30 days; if the vehicle needs to be repaired four times in the first two years after purchase; and if the problem prevents you from safely using the car, you are entitled to a full refund.
Iowa Lemon Law
Iowa’s law is equally favorable to the consumer. Lemon Law states that if a consumer has too many problems with their car within the first year of purchase, they are entitled to either a replacement or a full reimbursement. Specifically, Iowa’s Lemon Law gives you the right to a refund if:
- Your car needs at least four repairs for the same defect within the first year.
- Your car spends at least 20 days out of service within the first year.
- A defect that you tried to get repaired was not successfully fixed within the first year.
If you make a valid Lemon Law claim to the manufacturer or dealer under these guidelines, they have 30 days to give you the refund or replacement you deserve. If they refuse, you can sue to recover attorneys’ fees plus up to three times the price you paid for your vehicle.
For used cars or for a new car that you purchased that is more than one year old, you have to rely on the dealer’s or manufacturer’s warranty. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act states that warranties must be honored and must not be deceptive.
To learn more and to find out if you have a case worth pursuing, call 414-914-2803 or contact our law firm online to schedule a free consultation with attorney Vince Megna today.