If you've been having serious problems with your car, it could be a lemon based on the Florida Lemon Law. But you must act quickly in order to make a valid claim with the Florida New Motor Vehicle Arbitration Board.
This doesn't mean that you have to do something right this moment - but you do need to be aware that there are strict time requirements that must be followed.
If you have any questions about timing in your case, feel free to send us an email to schedule a free evaluation.
Talk With a Florida Lemon Law Attorney at 305-262-2728
Warning: Generally, you've got two years from the time you purchased or leased your vehicle to ask the manufacturer (through your dealer) to fix the problems with your car.
After this two-year period is up, you have a 60-day grace period to file a claim with the arbitration board (or 30 days, if you've been told for the final time by the manufacturer that your car's defects can't or won't be fixed).
To file a claim: You must fill out a form called a "Request for Arbitration" - we can do this for you - and send it to the Florida Attorney General. This form, provided it's sent on time, will allow your claim to be considered for a hearing.
Call the Miami Lawyers of Ferrer Shane
If you have any questions at all about the time requirements or time limits/periods under the Florida Lemon Law, give us a call at 305-262-2728 or contact us online. We will evaluate your situation for free and determine whether you can make a claim.