Lemon law update 5/2018

Lemon law cases rely on presumptions - that means that if a presumption under the lemon law is met, the court presumes the vehicle is a lemon and may be subject to the consumer's choice of a return or replacement. While most of the presumptions pertain to the number of repair attempts, a court may presume that the vehicle is a lemon if the vehicle has been out of service for 30 or more days. In Ohio, the Supreme Court has taken a strict stance on this presumption. That is good news for consumers who have been through the headache of having a new vehicle out of service within the first year for an extended period of time.

Feel free to contact our office with any questions about how to prove a lemon law claim.

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