Written by attorney Adam S. Alexander | Jul 13, 2019

Lemon Law - Intermittent Defects

In a typical Lemon Law case, the vehicle owner, (Plaintiff), has the burden to prove the vehicle has a substantial defect. This may be difficult to establish if the defect is intermittent in nature. However, there are multiple strategies to prove you have a Lemon under these circumstances.

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