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State and federal "Lemon Laws" provide compensation to consumers of defective vehicles including motorcycles,
RV's, boats, computers and other consumer appliances and products. To qualify under a Lemon Law, you must generally
have a product with multiple repair attempts or too many days out of service under the manufacturer's factory warranty.
Lemon Law compensation can include a refund, replacement or cash compensation, plus payment of your attorney's fees and court costs.
To learn more about your Lemon Law / breach of warranty rights, contact a FREE* Lemon Law For Consumers Attorney by:
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