Say Goodbye to Your Lemon

Are You Having Problems with Your RV?

Thousands of Lemon Law Cases Handled for Consumers

If you have purchased or leased an RV that turned out to be defective, you must speak with me immediately. In Texas and California, vehicle manufacturers will be held responsible for these particular types of grievances. Under the protection of Lemon Law in your state, you could receive up to triple the damages if the manufacturer knew about the defects on your RV.

I have successfully represented thousands of clients who have purchased defective:

  • Motorhomes
  • Winnebagos
  • Fifth-Wheel Trailers
  • Travel Trailers
  • Other recreational vehicles

Let me help you receive compensation for your financial losses! Call my firm to learn about your legal options and how I can use my skills in your favor.

Did you purchase a lemon? You must act quickly.

California Lemon Laws
If you have purchased or leased an RV in California, the state's Lemon Laws offer protection to consumers who have unknowingly purchased a defective RV. Your warranty could only cover you for the first 18 months or 18,000 miles, whichever comes first. You may be eligible if:

  • Your vehicle is out of service for a cumulative total of 30 calendar days or more
  • Your vehicle has a defect that could result in death or serious bodily injury
  • You have notified the manufacturer for the need of two or more repair attempts

Texas Lemon Laws
The state of Texas protects consumers who have purchased or leased RVs and other towable recreational vehicles with certificates of title. Your warranty could only cover you for the first 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first.

Louisiana Lemon Laws
Generally, motor vehicles that have a gross vehicle weight of 10,000 pounds or more are excluded from protection under the Louisiana Lemon Law, but motor homes are considered an exception. To determine if your RV or motor home is considered a lemon, you will begin to experience issues such as roof leaks, power shorts or fiberglass delamination. The motor home must have been out of service for 90 days or more.

The motor home may have also undergone repair four or more times for the same defect within a year of the purchase of the vehicle or before the end of warranty period (whichever occurs first).

Get Your Compensation with a Lemon Law Lawyer

Having represented and tried the most cases in the state of Louisiana, I know what it takes to bring favorable results for my clients. I have 20 years of legal experience and take all cases on a contingency fee basis. This means you will never have to worry about out-of-pocket expenses until I have secured a favorable resolution of your case.

Your compensation can include:

  • Repair costs and restitution
  • Sales or use tax
  • License fees
  • Registration fees
  • Replacement of RV with a comparable vehicle
  • Refund of the full purchase price
  • Other reasonable incidental costs

Don't let your investment go to waste. If you are driving a lemon, choose my firm to protect your consumer rights today! I'm here to aggressively pursue your rightful compensation.

Contact Rick Dalton to schedule a case evaluation!