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You bought a lemon; what do you do now?

It may have been an honest mistake on the part of the dealer, or it may have been a deliberate attempt to pass off damaged goods. Whatever the circumstances, you bought a car in Virginia that turns out to have been defective, and now you are wondering what to do next. At Madigan and Scott, we know how frustrating this situation can be.

Recognizing what makes a vehicle a lemon

Although most states have their own versions of lemon laws, it doesn’t stop some disreputable car dealers from selling vehicles that come with problems. Virginia residents should educate themselves on lemon laws, as well as how to check if a car might be a lemon before buying it. This can save them a great deal of hassle, as well as protect them from injury.

What is Virginia's "Lemon Law"?

Virginian residents like you may have heard of "lemon cars" before. These are (usually new) vehicles that often have some sort of design flaw or defect that prevents it from running as intended. Madigan & Scott, Inc., is here to help if you've found yourself stuck with a lemon.

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