Lemon Law Attorney

Power & Associates has represented thousands of clients with Lemon Law issues throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Visit our Satisfied Clients page to read “real world” testimonials from past satisfied lemon law clients. Our law firm office is located in Glen Mills, PA.

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What is the Lemon Law?

The Lemon Law varies by state.


The main purpose of the Pennsylvania Lemon Law and the New Jersey Lemon Law is to provide motor vehicle owners with a no cost method of forcing vehicle makers to repurchase defective vehicles.


If the Lemon Law is found to have been violated, the manufacturer must buy the consumer’s vehicle back and pay all of their attorney’s fees.


At Power & Associates, we take our lemon law cases on a no-cost, no-fee basis. We bear the fees and the court costs, win or lose.

Is Your Vehicle A Lemon?

A new motor vehicle is presumed to be a lemon if it has one or more defects that continue to exist after three attempts at repairs, OR after the vehicle has been out of service for a cumulative total of thirty days during the first 12 months or 12,000 miles.


The problem must substantially impair the value, use or safety of the vehicle.


The Lemon Law requires that the consumer contact the manufacturer’s zone representative at the telephone number listed in your vehicle’s owner manual.


If the zone representative is not successful in having the defect corrected, you may request an arbitration of your case through the manufacturer’s dispute settlement program if one exists.


The arbitration decision is binding on the manufacturer, but not on the customer, who may proceed further by bringing a private lawsuit.

A new motor vehicle is presumed to be a lemon if it has one or more defects that continue to exist after three attempts at repairs, OR after the vehicle has been out of service for a cumulative total of thirty days during the first 12 months or 12,000 miles.


The problem must substantially impair the value, use or safety of the vehicle.


The Lemon Law requires that the consumer contact the manufacturer’s zone representative at the telephone number listed in your vehicle’s owner manual.

We Can Help You!

Lemon Law “KNOWLEDGE IS POWER” at Power & Associates& Associates. Let us evaluate your case and explain your rights.

What Am I Entitled To If My Car Is A Lemon?

If your car qualifies as a lemon, the Pennsylvania Lemon Law states that the manufacturer must, at the consumer’s choice, either repurchase the vehicle or provide you with a comparable new vehicle.


If you choose to have your vehicle repurchased, the repurchase price which the manufacturer must pay you is equal to the monies you have paid for the vehicle, including any down payment, any net trade in allowance and, if you financed the car, all car payments made.

If your car qualifies as a lemon, the Pennsylvania Lemon Law states that the manufacturer must, at the consumer’s choice, either repurchase the vehicle or provide you with a comparable new vehicle.


If you choose to have your vehicle repurchased, the repurchase price which the manufacturer must pay you is equal to the monies you have paid for the vehicle, including any down payment, any net trade in allowance and, if you financed the car, all car payments made.


In addition, the manufacturer must pay off the balance on any vehicle car loan.


There is a usage offset which is deducted from the monies you receive, but that amount is only 10 cents per mile on the number of miles you drove the vehicle until you first reported the defect or condition to a dealership.

We Can Help You!

Lemon Law “KNOWLEDGE IS POWER” at Power & Associates& Associates. Let us evaluate your case and explain your rights.

Satisfied Clients – Real World Testimonials

I had spoken to other attorneys and they said that there was nothing that could be done because my car was used. I said. ”There’s gotta be some place” and I just happened to look in the phone book and saw Power’s ad. Before I knew it they had a settlement for me.

Joseph of Colonia, NJ

We bought a mini-van and a month later we had it in the shop for rattling doors. We ended up taking it in nine times and then we had a water leak and we took it in three times for that. I contacted Power and Associates because I didn’t know what to do.

Susan of Glen Mills, PA

What Power did for me, it took the entire burden off of me. Even though it took a long time to settle, that had nothing to do with Power. It had more to do with the manufacturer dragging their feet and then appealing. I was satisfied in the end, absolutely. Absolutely!

John of Media, PA

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