Most states, including Oklahoma have lemon laws in place to help protect consumers from being stuck with vehicles that are irreparable and losing their hard-earned money on them. There are solutions out there that can help you get the justice you need with the Oklahoma lemon law. Contacting the professionals at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center is the best way to proceed. Read on below for a few of the facts you should know about the lemon law in Oklahoma before you get started.
Is Your Vehicle a Lemon?
The first thing you need to figure out is whether your car is a lemon or not. If it meets any of the following criteria, it very well may be.
* You’ve had your car for less than a year
* The company that made the car has made at the least four attempts to fix the defect that is ailing your car
* The car has been unusable or in a shop for at least 30 business days
What Can the Company do to Help?
The company that sold you the car, after trying the things above, can offer to replace the vehicle or refund the money you paid for the car, including registration fees, taxes and any other fees related to that vehicle.
Should You Retain a Lawyer?
If you feel that you should retain a lawyer, then you want to make sure you get one that is familiar with the Oklahoma lemon law. You want an attorney that is reputable and well-respected in the area to take your case.
These are just a few of the facts that you should know about the lemon laws in Oklahoma. For more information, contact the professionals at Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® for help and an appointment.
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