Travel Trailers & Lemon Laws
Lemon Law Attorney with More than Two Decades of Experience
A travel trailer is a big investment. Unfortunately, thousands of people end up with defective trailers every year. Thankfully, there are state and federal laws that are designed to protect consumers who purchase defective vehicles. At Richard C. Dalton, LLC, I represent clients who have purchased defective travel trailers throughout the United States.
Representing Travel Trailer Owners Nationwide
Lemon laws vary from state to state and you can pursue a legal claim for compensation based on your state’s lemon law. If recreational vehicles are partially or totally excluded from a state’s lemon law, you can still pursue a claim under the federal statute, which is known as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. Both state and federal statutes only apply to new travel trailers and recreational vehicles and not used vehicles.
I can help clients recover compensation for defects that involve:
- Electrical system
- Living quarters
- Water leaks
If your attempts to resolve the problems with your travel trailer have failed, it may be time to consider your legal options. In order to recover compensation, you must show evidence that repairs have been attempted. It is important to gather relevant documents, such as repair receipts and copies of letters or emails you may have written or received from the dealer or manufacturer to strengthen your claim.
Maximize Your Compensation
I have more than two decades of experience helping owners of defective travel trailers. I offer all clients a free consultation, so you can have a knowledgeable lawyer review your case, explain how the lemon law in your state applies to travel trailer or recreational vehicle, and recommend the best course of action for your situation.
Get in touch with me today by calling (888) 577-8520 to discuss your experience and learn about your options.