Steven Veinger, PA Steven Veinger graduated in 1996 from Whittier Law School, Los Angeles, California. Graduated in the top one-third of his class, Dean’s List and Trial Advocacy Board.
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Steven Veinger PA
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Top Lemon Law Lawyer Miami

Florida Lemon Law: The Substantial Defects

A new car is definitely one of the most important purchases an individual can make throughout the entirety of their lifetime – and usually the second most expensive, if they are a homeowner or plan to become one at some point! But as is the case with almost anything else you can purchase, a car can easily break down, and sometimes suffer relatively irreparable damage, in these instances, the Florida Lemon Law will come into play. As the top lemon law lawyer Miami has to offer, Mr. Veinger has been able to use the lemon law to help various consumers get the justice as well as the financial compensation they deserve for their faulty purchase. A “lemon” as it is referred to, is a car that the buyer discovers is defective after the purchase – continually breaking down and not performing up to the desired standards. These defects that occur with the vehicle you purchased are known as “substantial defects” – learn more about these defects and the process which surrounds the Florida lemon law.

According to Mr. Veinger, the top lemon law lawyer Miami has in practice, upon your purchase of a new car in the state of Florida, it is covered by certain aspects of a warranty, given to you upon delivery. Should certain problems arise with the vehicle and these issues continually to occur regardless of how many times you take it to the repair shop or your warranty coverage, the lemon law was created to cover consumers and protect them against losing their money in a large purchase such as this. The first step is to identify if you qualify and actually have a “lemon”. Because the lemon laws vary state to state, it is important to understand the criteria in your specific area. for instance, to qualify in the state of Florida, you must meet the following criteria:

· The car must have a defect that lingers after 3-4+ repair attempts. Each state will specify the number of repairs attempts to consider a car a Lemon.

· The defect must be “substantial” and covered by warranty. The attempts to remedy the defect must happen within the specified warranty time.

· The car must be in the shop or out of service for a specific number of days in its first to second year. If you spend 25-30 days with their vehicle out of service, the car is considered a Lemon.

As mentioned, the issue(s) with the car must be considered a “substantial defect”, but while the language might sound subjective, the Florida lemon law clearly defines this term for us. According to Mr. Veinger, the top lemon law lawyer Miami has in practice, a substantial defect is an issue that cannot be caused by the use or the misuse, of the car itself. In addition, the defect must impair the use, value, or safety of the car. This means that safety defects such as brake problems and steering issues are covered, but aesthetic paint chipping may not be. The defect also must occur within a certain period, typically within 1 or 2 years or 12,000-24,000 miles after purchase.

This is where individuals can often find gray area in the wording of the law, and this is why it generally requires the help of an experienced and knowledgeable lemon law attorney such as Mr. Veinger. Often, manufacturers will do their best to place the fault on the consumer and their misuse. A strong attorney can help you to fight for your rights as a consumer and get the financial compensation you deserve. For more information or to schedule a lemon law consult, contact MR. VEINGER today.