Wisconsin Lemon Law
Lemon Lawyers who serve the entire State of Wisconsin.
We represent owners of defective vehicles covered under the Wisconsin Lemon Law. We have successfully settled claims for many lemon law clients.
The Lemon Law is designed to protect consumers that purchase new cars, trucks, SUVs and mini-vans.
Common WisDOT FAQ’s
What is a “lemon”?
A new vehicle that is no more than a year old and still under warranty is classified as a “lemon” if:
· It has a serious defect the manufacturer or dealer(s) didn’t fix in four tries, or
· It has one or more defects that prevent you from using it for 30 days or more (the 30 days need not be consecutive).
What vehicles are covered?
The law covers any new car, truck, motorcycle or motor home, or other motor-driven vehicle, including demonstrator or executive-driven vehicles that are purchased, leased, or transferred to a consumer in Wisconsin. It does not cover vehicles purchased in other states or via the internet that are delivered outside Wisconsin. The law does not apply to mopeds, semitrailers or to trailers designed for use in combination with a truck or a truck tractor.
How long are you covered?
The Lemon Law includes a three-year window for filing a Lemon Law claim. This three-year time frame STARTS at first delivery of the motor vehicle to a consumer.
Call Erich Scherr for a free consultation, (414)467-3767