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Car Lemon Law Attorneys in Kentucky
has a "lemon law" to help consumers get a new vehicle
or their money back. If you own a defective motor vehicle or if you're driving
a Lemon Car you may have the legal right to your choice
of the following:
A new car!
Your money back!
Or keep your car and get back some of your money!
Let one of our Kentucky lemon law lawyers
analyze your case and review your particular situation.
Our web site is designed to help you understand
the Kentucky Lemon Law and how it may apply to your specific
case, as well as recommend a Kentucky lemon law attorney
who can help you get a new car or truck. Take our easy-to-use
Lemon Law Test!
You can also find a list of Frequently
Asked Kentucky Lemon Car Law Questions that will help you understand our lemon
law services and Kentucky lemon laws or you can
also read the Kentucky
Lemon Law in it's entirety.
Find Out About Your Car
This Years's Rollover Ratings
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA, the federal agency in charge of motor vehicle safety)
has released it most up to date vehicle rollover “star” ratings.
Manufacturers strive for the top grade of 5 stars. A vehicle that gets a single
star rating is a dismal result and can indicate a vehicle
you want to stay away from.
The rollover ratings combine NHTSA’s static-stability
measurement, which reflects a vehicle’s dimensions and
center of gravity, with a dynamic test that measures vehicle
performance in an emergency maneuver. One star signifies a
more than 40 percent likelihood of the vehicle rolling over in a single-vehicle
crash; a five star rating means less than 10 percent. While rollovers
occur in fewer than 3 percent of serious crashes, they’re
involved in some a third of all vehicle-occupant deaths.
Want to see how your vehicle rated? Visit
our Rollover and Crash
Test page for more information.
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Your Car Damaged Before You Bought It and No One Warned You?
Vehicle Dealers are required by Kentucky law to be honest with you. Kentucky
law can require a Dealer to fully disclose prior repaired damage
before you make the purchase.
retail cost was more than $1,000 and the damage occured while
the Dealer had the vehicle, the law requires the Dealer to
give the Buyer a written statement of the vehicle damage and
have the Buyer sign the damage disclosure statement.
If you were lied to by a car dealer, or if you
just have a lemon, contact
us for a free case review. Call or email us to find out your legal rights.
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Lemon Law Here.