Florida Lemon Law

Florida Law Summary

This is a summary of the Florida Lemon Law Statute.  The Federal Lemon Law Statute (or Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act) can be found here.

Covered Vehicles:
Vehicles sold, transferred or leased , in the state, and used primarily for personal, family or household purposes, excluding off-road vehicles, mopeds, trucks over 10,000 lbs., the living facilities of recreation vehicles, and motorcycles.

Repair Attempts or Days out of Service:
3 repair attempts – 30 days out of service.

Coverage Period:
18 months or 24,000 miles, whichever occurs first.


Florida Lemon Law Statute

Chapter 681
Motor Vehicle Sales Warranties
Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act

681.10 Short title.
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the “Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act.”

681.101 Legislative intent.
The Legislature recognizes that a motor vehicle is a major consumer purchase and that a defective motor vehicle undoubtedly creates a hardship for the consumer. The Legislature further recognizes that a duly franchised motor vehicle dealer is an authorized service agent of the manufacturer. It is the intent of the Legislature that a good faith motor vehicle warranty complaint by a consumer be resolved by the manufacturer within a specified period of time; however, it is not the intent of the Legislature that a consumer establish the presumption of a reasonable number of attempts as to each manufacturer that provides a warranty directly to the consumer. It is further the intent of the Legislature to provide the statutory procedures whereby a consumer may receive a replacement motor vehicle, or a full refund, for a motor vehicle which cannot be brought into conformity with the warranty provided for in this chapter. However, nothing in this chapter shall in any way limit or expand the rights or remedies which are otherwise available to a consumer under any other law.

681.102 Definitions.
As used in this chapter, the term:

(1) “Authorized service agent” means any person, including a franchised motor vehicle dealer, who is authorized by the manufacturer to service motor vehicles. In the case of a recreational vehicle when there are two or more manufacturers, an authorized service agent for any individual manufacturer is any person, including a franchised motor vehicle dealer, who is authorized to service the items warranted by that manufacturer. The term does not include a rental car company authorized to repair rental vehicles.
(2) “Board” means the Florida New Motor Vehicle Arbitration Board.
(3) “Collateral charges” means those additional charges to a consumer wholly incurred as a result of the acquisition of the motor vehicle. For the purposes of this chapter, collateral charges include, but are not limited to, manufacturer-installed or agent-installed items or service charges, earned finance charges, sales taxes, and title charges.
(4) “Consumer” means the purchaser, other than for purposes of resale, or the lessee, of a motor vehicle primarily used for personal, family, or household purposes; any person to whom such motor vehicle is transferred for the same purposes during the duration of the Lemon Law rights period; and any other person entitled by the terms of the warranty to enforce the obligations of the warranty.
(5) “Days” means calendar days.
(6) “Department” means the Department of Legal Affairs.
(7) “Division” means the Division of Consumer Services of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
(8) “Incidental charges” means those reasonable costs to the consumer which are directly caused by the nonconformity of the motor vehicle.
(9) “Lease price” means the aggregate of the capitalized cost, as defined in s. 521.003(2), and each of the following items to the extent not included in the capitalized cost:

(a) Lessor’s earned rent charges through the date of repurchase.
(b) Collateral charges, if applicable.
(c) Any fee paid to another to obtain the lease.
(d) Any insurance or other costs expended by the lessor for the benefit of the lessee.
(e) An amount equal to state and local sales taxes, not otherwise included as collateral charges, paid by the lessor when the vehicle was initially purchased.

(10) “Lemon Law rights period” means the period ending 24 months after the date of the original delivery of a motor vehicle to a consumer.
(11) “Lessee” means any consumer who leases a motor vehicle for 1 year or more pursuant to a written lease agreement which provides that the lessee is responsible for repairs to such motor vehicle or any consumer who leases a motor vehicle pursuant to a lease-purchase agreement.
(12) “Lessee cost” means the aggregate deposit and rental payments previously paid to the lessor for the leased vehicle but excludes debt from any other transaction.
(13) “Lessor” means a person who holds title to a motor vehicle that is leased to a lessee under a written lease agreement or who holds the lessor’s rights under such agreement.
(14) “Manufacturer” means any person, whether a resident or nonresident of this state, who manufactures or assembles motor vehicles, or who manufactures or assembles chassis for recreational vehicles, or who manufactures or installs on previously assembled truck or recreational vehicle chassis special bodies or equipment which, when installed, forms an integral part of the motor vehicle, a distributor as defined in s. 320.60(5), or an importer as defined in s. 320.60(7). A dealer as defined in s. 320.60(11)(a) shall not be deemed to be a manufacturer, distributor, or importer as provided in this section.
(15) “Motor vehicle” means a new vehicle, propelled by power other than muscular power, which is sold in this state to transport persons or property, and includes a recreational vehicle or a vehicle used as a demonstrator or leased vehicle if a manufacturer’s warranty was issued as a condition of sale, or the lessee is responsible for repairs, but does not include vehicles run only upon tracks, off-road vehicles, trucks over 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight, motorcycles, mopeds, or the living facilities of recreational vehicles. “Living facilities of recreational vehicles” are those portions designed, used, or maintained primarily as living quarters and include, but are not limited to, the flooring, plumbing system and fixtures, roof air conditioner, furnace, generator, electrical systems other than automotive circuits, the side entrance door, exterior compartments, and windows other than the windshield and driver and front passenger windows.
(16) “Nonconformity” means a defect or condition that substantially impairs the use, value, or safety of a motor vehicle, but does not include a defect or condition that results from an accident, abuse, neglect, modification, or alteration of the motor vehicle by persons other than the manufacturer or its authorized service agent.
(17) “Procedure” means an informal dispute-settlement procedure established by a manufacturer to mediate and arbitrate motor vehicle warranty disputes.
(18) “Program” means the mediation and arbitration pilot program for recreational vehicles established in this chapter.
(19) “Purchase price” means the cash price as defined in s. 520.31(1), inclusive of any allowance for a trade-in vehicle, but excludes debt from any other transaction. “Any allowance for a trade-in vehicle” means the net trade-in allowance as reflected in the purchase contract or lease agreement if acceptable to the consumer and manufacturer. If such amount is not acceptable to the consumer and manufacturer, then the trade-in allowance shall be an amount equal to 100 percent of the retail price of the trade-in vehicle as reflected in the NADA Official Used Car Guide (Southeastern Edition) or NADA Recreation Vehicle Appraisal Guide, whichever is applicable, in effect at the time of the trade-in. The manufacturer shall be responsible for providing the applicable NADA book.
(20) “Reasonable offset for use” means the number of miles attributable to a consumer up to the date of a settlement agreement or arbitration hearing, whichever occurs first, multiplied by the purchase price of the vehicle and divided by 120,000, except in the case of a recreational vehicle, in which event it shall be divided by 60,000.
(21) “Recreational vehicle” means a motor vehicle primarily designed to provide temporary living quarters for recreational, camping, or travel use, but does not include a van conversion.
(22) “Replacement motor vehicle” means a motor vehicle which is identical or reasonably equivalent to the motor vehicle to be replaced, as the motor vehicle to be replaced existed at the time of acquisition. “Reasonably equivalent to the motor vehicle to be replaced” means the manufacturer’s suggested retail price of the replacement vehicle shall not exceed 105 percent of the manufacturer’s suggested retail price of the motor vehicle to be replaced. In the case of a recreational vehicle, “reasonably equivalent to the motor vehicle to be replaced” means the retail price of the replacement vehicle shall not exceed 105 percent of the purchase price of the recreational vehicle to be replaced.
(23) “Warranty” means any written warranty issued by the manufacturer, or any affirmation of fact or promise made by the manufacturer, excluding statements made by the dealer, in connection with the sale of a motor vehicle to a consumer which relates to the nature of the material or workmanship and affirms or promises that such material or workmanship is free of defects or will meet a specified level of performance.

681.103 Duty of manufacturer to conform a motor vehicle to the warranty.

(1) If a motor vehicle does not conform to the warranty and the consumer first reports the problem to the manufacturer or its authorized service agent during the Lemon Law rights period, the manufacturer or its authorized service agent shall make such repairs as are necessary to conform the vehicle to the warranty, irrespective of whether such repairs are made after the expiration of the Lemon Law rights period. Such repairs shall be at no cost to the consumer if made during the term of the manufacturer’s written express warranty. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to grant an extension of the Lemon Law rights period or to expand the time within which a consumer must file a claim under this chapter.
(2) Each manufacturer shall provide to its consumers conspicuous notice of the address and phone number for its zone, district, or regional office for this state in the written warranty or owner’s manual. By January 1 of each year, each manufacturer shall forward to the Department of Legal Affairs a copy of the owner’s manual and any written warranty for each make and model of motor vehicle that it sells in this state.
(3) At the time of acquisition, the manufacturer shall inform the consumer clearly and conspicuously in writing how and where to file a claim with a certified procedure if such procedure has been established by the manufacturer pursuant to s. 681.108. The manufacturer shall provide to the dealer and, at the time of acquisition, the dealer shall provide to the consumer a written statement that explains the consumer’s rights under this chapter. The written statement shall be prepared by the Department of Legal Affairs and shall contain a toll-free number for the division that the consumer can contact to obtain information regarding the consumer’s rights and obligations under this chapter or to commence arbitration. If the manufacturer obtains a signed receipt for timely delivery of sufficient quantities of this written statement to meet the dealer’s vehicle sales requirements, it shall constitute prima facie evidence of compliance with this subsection by the manufacturer. The consumer’s signed acknowledgment of receipt of materials required under this subsection shall constitute prima facie evidence of compliance by the manufacturer and dealer. The form of the acknowledgments shall be approved by the Department of Legal Affairs, and the dealer shall maintain the consumer’s signed acknowledgment for 3 years.
(4) A manufacturer, through its authorized service agent, shall provide to the consumer, each time the consumer’s motor vehicle is returned after being examined or repaired under the warranty, a fully itemized, legible statement or repair order indicating any test drive performed and the approximate length of the test drive, any diagnosis made, and all work performed on the motor vehicle including, but not limited to, a general description of the problem reported by the consumer or an identification of the defect or condition, parts and labor, the date and the odometer reading when the motor vehicle was submitted for examination or repair, and the date when the repair or examination was completed.

681.104 Nonconformity of motor vehicles.

(1)

(a) After three attempts have been made to repair the same nonconformity, the consumer shall give written notification, by registered or express mail to the manufacturer, of the need to repair the nonconformity to allow the manufacturer a final attempt to cure the nonconformity. The manufacturer shall have 10 days, commencing upon receipt of such notification, to respond and give the consumer the opportunity to have the motor vehicle repaired at a reasonably accessible repair facility within a reasonable time after the consumer’s receipt of the response. The manufacturer shall have 10 days, except in the case of a recreational vehicle, in which event the manufacturer shall have 45 days, commencing upon the delivery of the motor vehicle to the designated repair facility by the consumer, to conform the motor vehicle to the warranty. If the manufacturer fails to respond to the consumer and give the consumer the opportunity to have the motor vehicle repaired at a reasonably accessible repair facility or perform the repairs within the time periods prescribed in this subsection, the requirement that the manufacturer be given a final attempt to cure the nonconformity does not apply.
(b) If the motor vehicle is out of service by reason of repair of one or more nonconformities by the manufacturer or its authorized service agent for a cumulative total of 15 or more days, exclusive of downtime for routine maintenance prescribed by the owner’s manual, the consumer shall so notify the manufacturer in writing by registered or express mail to give the manufacturer or its authorized service agent an opportunity to inspect or repair the vehicle.

(2)

(a) If the manufacturer, or its authorized service agent, cannot conform the motor vehicle to the warranty by repairing or correcting any nonconformity after a reasonable number of attempts, the manufacturer, within 40 days, shall repurchase the motor vehicle and refund the full purchase price to the consumer, less a reasonable offset for use, or, in consideration of its receipt of payment from the consumer of a reasonable offset for use, replace the motor vehicle with a replacement motor vehicle acceptable to the consumer. The refund or replacement must include all reasonably incurred collateral and incidental charges. However, the consumer has an unconditional right to choose a refund rather than a replacement motor vehicle. Upon receipt of such refund or replacement, the consumer, lien holder, or lessor shall furnish to the manufacturer clear title to and possession of the motor vehicle.
(b) Refunds shall be made to the consumer and lien holder of record, if any, as their interests may appear. If applicable, refunds shall be made to the lessor and lessee as follows: The lessee shall receive the lessee cost and the lessor shall receive the lease price less the lessee cost. A penalty for early lease termination may not be assessed against a lessee who receives a replacement motor vehicle or refund under this chapter. The Department of Revenue shall refund to the manufacturer any sales tax which the manufacturer refunded to the consumer, lien holder, or lessor under this section, if the manufacturer provides to the department a written request for a refund and evidence that the sales tax was paid when the vehicle was purchased and that the manufacturer refunded the sales tax to the consumer, lien holder, or lessor.

(3) It is presumed that a reasonable number of attempts have been undertaken to conform a motor vehicle to the warranty if, during the Lemon Law rights period, either:

(a) The same nonconformity has been subject to repair at least three times by the manufacturer or its authorized service agent, plus a final attempt by the manufacturer to repair the motor vehicle if undertaken as provided for in paragraph (1)(a), and such nonconformity continues to exist; or
(b) The motor vehicle has been out of service by reason of repair of one or more nonconformities by the manufacturer, or its authorized service agent, for a cumulative total of 30 or more days, 60 or more days in the case of a recreational vehicle, exclusive of downtime for routine maintenance prescribed by the owner’s manual. The manufacturer or its authorized service agent must have had at least one opportunity to inspect or repair the vehicle following receipt of the notification as provided in paragraph (1)(b). The 30-day period, or 60-day period in the case of a recreational vehicle, may be extended by any period of time during which repair services are not available to the consumer because of war, invasion, strike, fire, flood, or natural disaster.

(4) It is an affirmative defense to any claim under this chapter that:

(a) The alleged nonconformity does not substantially impair the use, value, or safety of the motor vehicle;
(b) The nonconformity is the result of an accident, abuse, neglect, or unauthorized modifications or alterations of the motor vehicle by persons other than the manufacturer or its authorized service agent; or
(c) The claim by the consumer was not filed in good faith.
Any other affirmative defense allowed by law may be raised against the claim.

681.106 Bad faith claims.
Any claim by a consumer which is found by the court to have been filed in bad faith or solely for the purpose of harassment, or in complete absence of a justiciable issue of either law or fact raised by the consumer, shall result in the consumer being liable for all costs and reasonable attorney’s fees incurred by the manufacturer, or its agent, as a direct result of the bad faith claim.

681.108 Dispute-settlement procedures.

(1) If a manufacturer has established a procedure, which the division has certified as substantially complying with the provisions of 16 C.F.R. part 703, in effect October 1, 1983, and with the provisions of this chapter and the rules adopted under this chapter, and has informed the consumer how and where to file a claim with such procedure pursuant to s. 681.103(3), the provisions of s. 681.104(2) apply to the consumer only if the consumer has first resorted to such procedure. The decision makers for a certified procedure shall, in rendering decisions, take into account all legal and equitable factors germane to a fair and just decision, including, but not limited to, the warranty; the rights and remedies conferred under 16 C.F.R. part 703, in effect October 1, 1983; the provisions of this chapter; and any other equitable considerations appropriate under the circumstances. Decision makers and staff of a procedure shall be trained in the provisions of this chapter and in 16 C.F.R. part 703, in effect October 1, 1983. In an action brought by a consumer concerning an alleged nonconformity, the decision that results from a certified procedure is admissible in evidence.
(2) A manufacturer may apply to the division for certification of its procedure. After receipt and evaluation of the application, the division shall certify the procedure or notify the manufacturer of any deficiencies in the application or the procedure.
(3) A certified procedure or a procedure of an applicant seeking certification shall submit to the division a copy of each settlement approved by the procedure or decision made by a decision maker within 30 days after the settlement is reached or the decision is rendered. The decision or settlement must contain at a minimum the:

  1. Name and address of the consumer;
  2. Name of the manufacturer and address of the dealership from which the motor vehicle was purchased;
  3. Date the claim was received and the location of the procedure office that handled the claim;
  4. Relief requested by the consumer;
  5. Name of each decision maker rendering the decision or person approving the settlement;
  6. Statement of the terms of the settlement or decision;
  7. Date of the settlement or decision; and
  8. Statement of whether the decision was accepted or rejected by the consumer.

(4) Any manufacturer establishing or applying to establish a certified procedure must file with the division a copy of the annual audit required under the provisions of 16 C.F.R. part 703, in effect October 1, 1983, together with any additional information required for purposes of certification, including the number of refunds and replacements made in this state pursuant to the provisions of this chapter by the manufacturer during the period audited.
(5) The division shall review each certified procedure at least annually, prepare an annual report evaluating the operation of certified procedures established by motor vehicle manufacturers and procedures of applicants seeking certification, and, for a period not to exceed 1 year, shall grant certification to, or renew certification for, those manufacturers whose procedures substantially comply with the provisions of 16 C.F.R. part 703, in effect October 1, 1983, and with the provisions of this chapter and rules adopted under this chapter. If certification is revoked or denied, the division shall state the reasons for such action. The reports and records of actions taken with respect to certification shall be public records.
(6) A manufacturer whose certification is denied or revoked is entitled to a hearing pursuant to chapter 120.
(7) If federal preemption of state authority to regulate procedures occurs, the provisions of subsection (1) concerning prior resort do not apply.
(8) The division shall adopt rules to implement this section.

681.109 Florida New Motor Vehicle Arbitration Board.
Dispute eligibility.

(1) If a manufacturer has a certified procedure, a consumer claim arising during the Lemon Law rights period must be filed with the certified procedure no later than 60 days after the expiration of the Lemon Law rights period. If a decision is not rendered by the certified procedure within 40 days of filing, the consumer may apply to the division to have the dispute removed to the board for arbitration.
(2) If a manufacturer has a certified procedure, a consumer claim arising during the Lemon Law rights period must be filed with the certified procedure no later than 60 days after the expiration of the Lemon Law rights period. If a consumer is not satisfied with the decision or the manufacturer’s compliance therewith, the consumer may apply to the division to have the dispute submitted to the board for arbitration. A manufacturer may not seek review of a decision made under its procedure.
(3) If a manufacturer has no certified procedure or if a certified procedure does not have jurisdiction to resolve the dispute, a consumer may apply directly to the division to have the dispute submitted to the board for arbitration.
(4) A consumer must request arbitration before the board with respect to a claim arising during the Lemon Law rights period no later than 60 days after the expiration of the Lemon Law rights period, or within 30 days after the final action of a certified procedure, whichever date occurs later.
(5) The division shall screen all requests for arbitration before the board to determine eligibility. The consumer’s request for arbitration before the board shall be made on a form prescribed by the department. The division shall forward to the board all disputes that the division determines are potentially entitled to relief under this chapter.
(6) The division may reject a dispute that it determines to be fraudulent or outside the scope of the board’s authority. Any dispute deemed by the division to be ineligible for arbitration by the board due to insufficient evidence may be reconsidered upon the submission of new information regarding the dispute. Following a second review, the division may reject a dispute if the evidence is clearly insufficient to qualify for relief. Any dispute rejected by the division shall be forwarded to the department and a copy shall be sent by registered mail to the consumer and the manufacturer, containing a brief explanation as to the reason for rejection.
(7) If the division rejects a dispute, the consumer may file a lawsuit to enforce the remedies provided under this chapter. In any civil action arising under this chapter and relating to a matter considered by the division, any determination made to reject a dispute is admissible in evidence.
(8) The department shall have the authority to adopt reasonable rules to carry out the provisions of this section.

681.1095 Florida New Motor Vehicle Arbitration Board.
Creation and function.

(1) There is established within the Department of Legal Affairs, the Florida New Motor Vehicle Arbitration Board, consisting of members appointed by the Attorney General for an initial term of 1 year. Board members may be reappointed for additional terms of 2 years. Each board member is accountable to the Attorney General for the performance of the member’s duties and is exempt from civil liability for any act or omission which occurs while acting in the member’s official capacity. The Department of Legal Affairs shall defend a member in any action against the member or the board which arises from any such act or omission. The Attorney General may establish as many regions of the board as necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter.
(2) The boards shall hear cases in various locations throughout the state so any consumer whose dispute is approved for arbitration by the division may attend an arbitration hearing at a reasonably convenient location and present a dispute orally. Hearings shall be conducted by panels of three board members assigned by the department. A majority vote of the three-member board panel shall be required to render a decision. Arbitration proceedings under this section shall be open to the public on reasonable and nondiscriminatory terms.
(3) Each region of the board shall consist of up to eight members. The members of the board shall construe and apply the provisions of this chapter, and rules adopted thereunder, in making their decisions. An administrator and a secretary shall be assigned to each board by the Department of Legal Affairs. At least one member of each board must be a person with expertise in motor vehicle mechanics. A member must not be employed by a manufacturer or a franchised motor vehicle dealer or be a staff member, a decision maker, or a consultant for a procedure. Board members shall be trained in the application of this chapter and any rules adopted under this chapter, shall be reimbursed for travel expenses pursuant to s. 112.061, and shall be compensated at a rate or wage prescribed by the Attorney General.
(4) Before filing a civil action on a matter subject to s. 681.104, the consumer must first submit the dispute to the division, and to the board if such dispute is deemed eligible for arbitration.
(5) Manufacturers shall submit to arbitration conducted by the board if such arbitration is requested by a consumer and the dispute is deemed eligible for arbitration by the division pursuant to s. 681.109.
(6) The board shall hear the dispute within 40 days and render a decision within 60 days after the date the request for arbitration is approved. The board may continue the hearing on its own motion or upon the request of a party for good cause shown. A request for continuance by the consumer constitutes waiver of the time periods set forth in this subsection. The Department of Legal Affairs, at the board’s request, may investigate disputes, and may issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses and for the production of records, documents, and other evidence before the board. The failure of the board to hear a dispute or render a decision within the prescribed periods does not invalidate the decision.
(7) At all arbitration proceedings, the parties may present oral and written testimony, present witnesses and evidence relevant to the dispute, cross-examine witnesses, and be represented by counsel. The board may administer oaths or affirmations to witnesses and inspect the vehicle if requested by a party or if the board deems such inspection appropriate.
(8) The board shall grant relief, if a reasonable number of attempts have been undertaken to correct a nonconformity or nonconformities.
(9) The decision of the board shall be sent by registered mail to the consumer and the manufacturer, and shall contain written findings of fact and rationale for the decision. If the decision is in favor of the consumer, the manufacturer must, within 40 days after receipt of the decision, comply with the terms of the decision. Compliance occurs on the date the consumer receives delivery of an acceptable replacement motor vehicle or the refund specified in the arbitration award. In any civil action arising under this chapter and relating to a dispute arbitrated before the board, any decision by the board is admissible in evidence.
(10) A decision is final unless appealed by either party. A petition to the circuit court to appeal a decision must be made within 30 days after receipt of the decision. The petition shall be filed in the county where the consumer resides, or where the motor vehicle was acquired, or where the arbitration hearing was conducted. Within 7 days after the petition has been filed, the appealing party must send a copy of the petition to the department. If the department does not receive notice of such petition within 40 days after the manufacturer’s receipt of a decision in favor of the consumer, and the manufacturer has neither complied with, nor has petitioned to appeal such decision, the department may apply to the circuit court to seek imposition of a fine up to $1,000 per day against the manufacturer until the amount stands at twice the purchase price of the motor vehicle, unless the manufacturer provides clear and convincing evidence that the delay or failure was beyond its control or was acceptable to the consumer as evidenced by a written statement signed by the consumer. If the manufacturer fails to provide such evidence or fails to pay the fine, the department shall initiate proceedings against the manufacturer for failure to pay such fine. The proceeds from the fine herein imposed shall be placed in the Motor Vehicle Warranty Trust Fund in the department for implementation and enforcement of this chapter. If the manufacturer fails to comply with the provisions of this subsection, the court shall affirm the award upon application by the consumer.
(11) All provisions in this section and s. 681.109 pertaining to compulsory arbitration before the board, the dispute eligibility screening by the division, the proceedings and decisions of the board, and any appeals thereof, are exempt from the provisions of chapter 120.
(12) An appeal of a decision by the board to the circuit court by a consumer or a manufacturer shall be by trial de novo. In a written petition to appeal a decision by the board, the appealing party must state the action requested and the grounds relied upon for appeal. Within 30 days of final disposition of the appeal, the appealing party shall furnish the department with notice of such disposition and, upon request, shall furnish the department with a copy of the order or judgment of the court.
(13) If a decision of the board in favor of the consumer is upheld by the court, recovery by the consumer shall include the pecuniary value of the award, attorney’s fees incurred in obtaining confirmation of the award, and all costs and continuing damages in the amount of $25 per day for each day beyond the 40-day period following the manufacturer’s receipt of the board’s decision. If a court determines that the manufacturer acted in bad faith in bringing the appeal or brought the appeal solely for the purpose of harassment or in complete absence of a justiciable issue of law or fact, the court shall double, and may triple, the amount of the total award.
(14) When a judgment affirms a decision by the board in favor of a consumer, appellate review may be conditioned upon payment by the manufacturer of the consumer’s attorney’s fees and giving security for costs and expenses resulting from the review period.
(15) The department shall maintain records of each dispute submitted to the board, and the program, including an index of motor vehicles by year, make, and model, and shall compile aggregate annual statistics for all disputes submitted to, and decided by, the board, as well as annual statistics for each manufacturer that include, but are not limited to, the value, if applicable, and the number and percent of:

(a) Replacement motor vehicle requests;
(b) Purchase price refund requests;
(c) Replacement motor vehicles obtained in prehearing settlements;
(d) Purchase price refunds obtained in prehearing settlements;
(e) Replacement motor vehicles awarded in arbitration;
(f) Purchase price refunds awarded in arbitration;
(g) Board decisions neither complied with in 40 days nor petitioned for appeal within 30 days;
(h) Board decisions appealed;
(i) Appeals affirmed by the court; and
(j) Appeals found by the court to be brought in bad faith or solely for the purpose of harassment.
The statistics compiled under this subsection are public information.

(16) When requested by the department, a manufacturer must verify the settlement terms for disputes that are approved for arbitration but are not decided by the board.

681.1096 Pilot RV Mediation and Arbitration Program.
Creation and qualifications.

(1) This section and s. 681.1097 shall apply to disputes determined eligible under this chapter involving recreational vehicles acquired on or after October 1, 1997, and shall remain in effect until September 30, 2001, at which time recreational vehicle disputes shall be subject to the provisions of ss. 681.109 and 681.1095. The Attorney General shall report annually to the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Minority Leader of each house of the Legislature, and appropriate legislative committees regarding the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the pilot program.
(2) Each manufacturer of a recreational vehicle involved in a dispute that is determined eligible under this chapter, including chassis and component manufacturers which separately warrant the chassis and components and which otherwise meet the definition of manufacturer set forth in s. 681.102(14), shall participate in a mediation and arbitration program that is deemed qualified by the department.
(3) In order to be deemed qualified by the department, the mediation and arbitration program must, at a minimum, meet the following requirements:

(a) The program must be administered by an administrator and staff that is sufficiently insulated from the manufacturer to ensure impartial mediation and arbitration services.
(b) Program administration fees must be paid by the manufacturer and no such fees shall be charged to a consumer.
(c) The program must be adequately staffed at a level sufficient to ensure the provision of fair and expeditious dispute resolution services.
(d) Program mediators and arbitrators must be sufficiently insulated from a manufacturer to ensure the provision of impartial mediation and arbitration of disputes.
(e) Program mediators and arbitrators shall not be employed by a manufacturer or a motor vehicle dealer.
(f) Program mediators must complete a Florida Supreme Court certified circuit or county mediation training program, or other mediation training program approved by the department, in addition to a minimum of one-half day of training on this chapter conducted by the department.
(g) Program mediators must comply with the Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators issued by the American Arbitration Association, the Dispute Resolution Section of the American Bar Association, and the Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution.
(h) Program arbitrators must complete a Florida Supreme Court certified circuit or county arbitration program, or other arbitration training program approved by the department, in addition to a minimum of 1 day of training in the application of this chapter and any rules adopted thereunder conducted by the department.
(i) Program arbitrators must comply with the Code of Ethics for Arbitrators in Commercial Disputes published by the American Arbitration Association and the American Bar Association in 1977 and as amended.
(j) Program arbitrators must construe and apply the provisions of this chapter and rules adopted thereunder in making decisions.
(k) The program must complete all mediation and arbitration of an eligible consumer claim within 70 days of the program administrator’s receipt of the claim from the department. Failure of the program to complete all proceedings within the prescribed period will not invalidate any settlement agreement or arbitration decision.
(l) Mediation conferences and arbitration proceedings must be held at reasonably convenient locations within the state so as to enable a consumer to attend and present a dispute orally.

(4) The department shall monitor the program for compliance with this chapter. If the program is determined not qualified or if qualification is revoked, then the involved manufacturer shall be required to submit to arbitration conducted by the board if such arbitration is requested by a consumer and the dispute is deemed eligible for arbitration by the division pursuant to s. 681.109.
(5) If a program is determined not qualified or if qualification is revoked, the involved manufacturer shall be notified by the department of any deficiencies in the program and informed that it is entitled to a hearing pursuant to chapter 120.
(6) The program administrator, mediators, and arbitrators are exempt from civil liability arising from any act or omission in connection with any mediation or arbitration conducted under this chapter.
(7) The program administrator shall maintain records of each dispute submitted to the program, including the recordings of arbitration hearings. All records maintained by the program under this chapter shall be public records and shall be available for inspection by the department upon reasonable notice. The records for disputes closed as of September 30 of each year shall be turned over to the department by the program administrator by no later than October 30 of the same year, unless a later date is specified by the department.

(8) The department shall have the authority to adopt reasonable rules to carry out the provisions of this section.

681.1097 RV Pilot Mediation and Arbitration Program.
Dispute eligibility and program function.

(1) Before filing a civil action on a matter subject to s. 681.104, a consumer who acquires a recreational vehicle must first submit the dispute to the department, and to the program if the dispute is deemed eligible. Such consumer is not required to resort to a procedure certified pursuant to s. 681.108, notwithstanding that one of the manufacturers of the recreational vehicle has such a procedure. Such consumer is not required to resort to arbitration conducted by the board, except as provided in s. 681.1096(4) and in this section.
(2) A consumer acquiring a recreational vehicle must apply to participate in this program with respect to a claim arising during the Lemon Law rights period by filing the application in subsection (3) with the department no later than 60 days after the expiration of the Lemon Law rights period.
(3) The consumer’s application for participation in the program must be on a form prescribed or approved by the department. The department shall screen all applications to participate in the program to determine eligibility. The department shall forward to the program administrator all applications the department determines are potentially entitled to relief under this chapter.

(a) If the department determines the application lacks sufficient information from which a determination of eligibility can be made, the department shall request additional information from the consumer and, upon review of such additional information, shall determine whether the application is eligible or reject the application as incomplete.
(b) The department shall reject any application it determines to be fraudulent or outside the scope of this chapter.
(c) The consumer and the manufacturer shall be notified in writing by the department if an application is rejected. Such notification of rejection shall include a brief explanation as to the reason for the rejection.
(d) If the department rejects a dispute, the consumer may file a lawsuit to enforce the remedies provided under this chapter. In any civil action arising under this chapter and relating to the matter considered by the department, any determination made to reject a dispute is admissible in evidence.

(4) Mediation shall be mandatory for both the consumer and manufacturer, unless the dispute is settled prior to the scheduled mediation conference. The mediation conference shall be confidential and inadmissible in any subsequent adversarial proceedings. Participation shall be limited to the parties directly involved in the dispute and their attorneys, if any. All manufacturers shall be represented by persons with settlement authority.

(a) Upon receipt of an eligible application from the department, the program administrator shall notify the consumer and all involved manufacturers in writing that an eligible application has been received. Such notification shall include a statement that a mediation conference will be scheduled, shall identify the assigned mediator, and provide information regarding the program’s procedures. The program administrator shall provide all involved manufacturers with a copy of the completed application.
(b) The mediator shall be selected and assigned by the program administrator. The parties may factually object to a mediator based upon the mediator’s past or present relationship with a party or a party’s attorney, direct or indirect, whether financial, professional, social, or of any other kind. The program administrator shall consider any such objection, determine its validity, and notify the parties of any determination. If the objection is determined valid, the program administrator shall assign another mediator to the case.
(c) At the mediation conference, the mediator shall assist the parties’ efforts to reach a mutually acceptable settlement of their dispute; however, the mediator shall not impose any settlement upon the parties.
(d) Upon conclusion of the mediation conference, the mediator shall notify the program administrator that the case has settled or remains at an impasse. The program administrator shall notify the department in writing of the outcome of the mediation.
(e) If the mediation conference ends in an impasse, it shall proceed to arbitration pursuant to subsection (5). The program administrator shall immediately notify the parties in writing that the dispute will proceed to arbitration and shall identify the assigned arbitrator.
(f) If the parties enter into a settlement at any time after the dispute has been submitted to the program, such settlement must be reduced to writing, signed by the consumer and all involved manufacturers, and filed with the program administrator. The program administrator shall send a copy to the department. All settlements must contain, at a minimum, the following information:

  1. Name and address of the consumer.
  2. Name and address of each involved manufacturer.
  3. Year, make, model, and vehicle identification number of the subject recreational vehicle.
  4. Name and address of the dealership from which the recreational vehicle was acquired.
  5. Date the claim was received by the program administrator.
  6. Name of the mediator and/or arbitrator, if any.
  7. Statement of the terms of the agreement, including, but not limited to: whether the vehicle is to be reacquired by a manufacturer and the identity of the manufacturer that will reacquire the vehicle; the amount of any moneys to be paid by the consumer and/or a manufacturer; the year, make, and model of any replacement motor vehicle or motor vehicle accepted by the consumer as a trade-assist; and a time certain for performance not to exceed 40 days from the date the settlement agreement is signed by the parties.

(g) If a manufacturer fails to perform within the time required in any settlement agreement, the consumer must notify the program administrator of such failure in writing within 10 days of the required performance date. Within 10 days of receipt of such notice, the program administrator shall notify the department of the manufacturer’s failure in compliance and shall schedule the matter for an arbitration hearing pursuant to subsection (5).

(5) If the mediation ends in an impasse, or if a manufacturer fails to comply with the settlement entered into between the parties, the program administrator shall schedule the dispute for an arbitration hearing. Arbitration proceedings shall be open to the public on reasonable and nondiscriminatory terms.

(a) The arbitration hearing shall be conducted by a single arbitrator assigned by the program administrator. The arbitrator shall not be the same person as the mediator who conducted the prior mediation conference in the dispute. The parties may factually object to an arbitrator based on the arbitrator’s past or present relationship with a party or a party’s attorney, direct or indirect, whether financial, professional, social, or of any other kind. The program administrator shall consider any such objection, determine its validity, and notify the parties of any determination. If the objection is determined valid, the program administrator shall assign another arbitrator to the case.
(b) The arbitrator may issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses and for the production of records, documents, and other evidence. Subpoenas so issued shall be served and, upon application to the court by a party to the arbitration, enforced in the manner provided by law for the service and enforcement of subpoenas in civil actions. Fees for attendance as a witness shall be the same as for a witness in the circuit court.
(c) At all program arbitration proceedings, the parties may present oral and written testimony, present witnesses and evidence relevant to the dispute, cross-examine witnesses, and be represented by counsel. The arbitrator shall record the arbitration hearing and shall have the power to administer oaths. The arbitrator may inspect the vehicle if requested by a party or if the arbitrator considers such inspection appropriate.
(d) The program arbitrator may continue a hearing on his or her own motion or upon the request of a party for good cause shown. A request for continuance by the consumer constitutes a waiver of the time period set forth in s. 681.1096(3)(k) for completion of all proceedings under the program.
(e) Where the arbitration is the result of a manufacturer’s failure to perform in accordance with a mediation agreement, any relief to the consumer granted by the arbitration will be no less than the relief agreed to by the manufacturer in the settlement agreement.
(f) The arbitrator shall grant relief if a reasonable number of attempts have been undertaken to correct a nonconformity or nonconformities.
(g) The program arbitrator shall render a decision within 10 days of the closing of the hearing. The decision shall be in writing on a form prescribed or approved by the department. The program administrator shall send a copy of the decision to the consumer and each involved manufacturer by registered mail. The program administrator shall also send a copy of the decision to the department within 5 days of mailing to the parties.
(h) A manufacturer shall comply with an arbitration decision within 40 days of the date the manufacturer receives the written decision. Compliance occurs on the date the consumer receives delivery of an acceptable replacement motor vehicle or the refund specified in the arbitration award. If a manufacturer fails to comply within the time required, the consumer must notify the program administrator in writing within 10 days. The program administrator shall notify the department of a manufacturer’s failure to comply. The department shall have the authority to enforce compliance with arbitration decisions under this section in the same manner as is provided for enforcement of compliance with board decisions under s. 681.1095(10). In any civil action arising under this chapter and relating to a dispute arbitrated pursuant to this section, the decision of the arbitrator is admissible in evidence.

(6) Except as otherwise provided, all provisions in this section pertaining to mandatory mediation and arbitration, eligibility screening, mediation proceedings, arbitration hearings and decisions, and any appeals thereof are exempt from the provisions of chapter 120.
(7) Either party may make application to the circuit court for the county in which one of the parties resides or has a place of business or, if neither party resides or has a place of business in this state, the county where the arbitration hearing was held, for an order confirming, vacating, modifying, or correcting any award, in accordance with the provisions of this section and ss. 682.12, 682.13, 682.14, 682.15, and 682.17. Such application must be filed within 30 days of the moving party’s receipt of the written decision or the decision becomes final. Upon filing such application, the moving party shall mail a copy to the department and, upon entry of any judgment or decree, shall mail a copy of such judgment or decree to the department. A review of such application by the circuit court shall be confined to the record of the proceedings before the program arbitrator. The court shall conduct a de novo review of the questions of law raised in the application. In addition to the grounds set forth in ss. 682.13 and 682.14, the court shall consider questions of fact raised in the application. In reviewing questions of fact, the court shall uphold the award unless it determines that the factual findings of the arbitrator are not supported by substantial evidence in the record and that the substantial rights of the moving party have been prejudiced. If the arbitrator fails to state findings or reasons for the stated award, or the findings or reasons are inadequate, the court shall search the record to determine whether a basis exists to uphold the award. The court shall expedite consideration of any application filed under this section on the calendar.

(a) If a decision of a program arbitrator in favor of a consumer is confirmed by the court, recovery by the consumer shall include the pecuniary value of the award, attorney’s fees incurred in obtaining confirmation of the award, and all costs and continuing damages in the amount of $25 per day for each day beyond the 40-day period following a manufacturer’s receipt of the arbitrator’s decision. If a court determines the manufacturer acted in bad faith in bringing the appeal or brought the appeal solely for the purpose of harassment, or in complete absence of a justiciable issue of law or fact, the court shall double, and may triple, the amount of the total award.
(b) An appeal of a judgment or order by the court confirming, denying confirmation, modifying or correcting, or vacating the award may be taken in the manner and to the same extent as from orders or judgments in a civil action.

(8) The department shall have the authority to adopt reasonable rules to carry out the provisions of this section.

681.110 Compliance and disciplinary actions.
The Department of Legal Affairs may enforce and ensure compliance with the provisions of this chapter and rules adopted thereunder, may issue subpoenas requiring the attendance of witnesses and production of evidence, and may seek relief in the circuit court to compel compliance with such subpoenas. The Department of Legal Affairs may impose a civil penalty against a manufacturer not to exceed $1,000 for each count or separate offense. The proceeds from the fine imposed herein shall be placed in the Motor Vehicle Warranty Trust Fund in the Department of Legal Affairs for implementation and enforcement of this chapter.

681.111 Unfair or deceptive trade practice.
A violation by a manufacturer of this chapter is an unfair or deceptive trade practice as defined in part II of chapter 501.

681.112 Consumer remedies.

(1) A consumer may file an action to recover damages caused by a violation of this chapter. The court shall award a consumer who prevails in such action the amount of any pecuniary loss, litigation costs, reasonable attorney’s fees, and appropriate equitable relief.
(2) An action brought under this chapter must be commenced within 1 year after the expiration of the Lemon Law rights period, or, if a consumer resorts to an informal dispute-settlement procedure or submits a dispute to the division or board, within 1 year after the final action of the procedure, division, or board.
(3) This chapter does not prohibit a consumer from pursuing other rights or remedies under any other law.

681.113 Dealer liability.
Except as provided in ss. 681.103(3) and 681.114(2), nothing in this chapter imposes any liability on a dealer as defined in s. 320.60(11)(a) or creates a cause of action by a consumer against a dealer, except for written express warranties made by the dealer apart from the manufacturer’s warranties. A dealer may not be made a party defendant in any action involving or relating to this chapter, except as provided in this section. The manufacturer shall not charge back or require reimbursement by the dealer for any costs, including, but not limited to, any refunds or vehicle replacements, incurred by the manufacturer arising out of this chapter, in the absence of evidence that the related repairs had been carried out by the dealer in a manner substantially inconsistent with the manufacturer’s published instructions.

681.114 Resale of returned vehicles.

(1) A manufacturer who accepts the return of a motor vehicle by reason of a settlement, determination, or decision pursuant to this chapter shall notify the department and report the vehicle identification number of that motor vehicle within 10 days after such acceptance, transfer, or disposal of the vehicle, whichever occurs later.
(2) A person shall not knowingly lease, sell at wholesale or retail, or transfer a title to a motor vehicle returned by reason of a settlement, determination, or decision pursuant to this chapter or similar statute of another state unless the nature of the nonconformity is clearly and conspicuously disclosed to the prospective transferee, lessee, or buyer, and the manufacturer warrants to correct such nonconformity for a term of 1 year or 12,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The Department of Legal Affairs shall prescribe by rule the form, content, and procedure pertaining to such disclosure statement.
(3) As used in this section, the term “settlement” means an agreement entered into between a manufacturer and consumer that occurs after a dispute is submitted to a procedure or program or is approved for arbitration before the board.

681.115 Certain agreements void.
Any agreement entered into by a consumer that waives, limits, or disclaims the rights set forth in this chapter is void as contrary to public policy. The rights set forth in this chapter shall extend to a subsequent transferee of such motor vehicle.

681.116 Preemption.
This chapter preempts any similar county or municipal ordinance regarding consumer warranty rights resulting from the acquisition of a motor vehicle in this state.

681.117 Fee.

(1) A $2 fee shall be collected by a motor vehicle dealer, or by a person engaged in the business of leasing motor vehicles, from the consumer at the consummation of the sale of a motor vehicle or at the time of entry into a lease agreement for a motor vehicle. Such fees shall be remitted to the county tax collector or private tag agency acting as agent for the Department of Revenue. All fees, less the cost of administration, shall be transferred monthly to the Department of Legal Affairs for deposit into the Motor Vehicle Warranty Trust Fund. The Department of Legal Affairs shall distribute monthly an amount not exceeding one-fourth of the fees received to the Division of Consumer Services of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to carry out the provisions of ss. 681.108 and 681.109. The Department of Legal Affairs shall contract with the Division of Consumer Services for payment of services performed by the division pursuant to ss. 681.108 and 681.109.
(2) The Department of Revenue shall administer, collect, and enforce the fee authorized under this section pursuant to the provisions of chapter 212. The fee shall not be included in the computation of estimated taxes pursuant to s. 212.11(1)(a), nor shall the dealer’s credit provided under s. 212.12 apply to the fee. The provisions of chapter 212 regarding the authority to audit and make assessments, the keeping of books and records, and interest and penalties on delinquent fees apply to the fee imposed by this section.

681.118 Rulemaking authority.
The Department of Legal Affairs shall adopt rules pursuant to ss. 120.536(1) and 120.54 to implement the provisions of this chapter.


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faye mantyla
1708117062
Very attentive to your situation. Offered good working knowledge and very friendly, understanding and helpful. Thank you
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Alfred Anders
1706894923
Very professional with everyone we worked with. Answered all of our questions and made sure we were represented with a... professional team. Highly recommendThank youread more
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Thomas Bright
1706893409
I would recommend this law firm to anyone they were great they care about their clients needs.
Serese Bolden
Serese Bolden
1705328206
Very fast attention to case. Attorney was in constant communication. Always made aware of the status of my case. I would... highly recommend this firm.read more
Jeffrey Leach
Jeffrey Leach
1705014102
The progress was quick and easy. From doing the paperwork to receiving the check in the mail.Definitely glad we... called!Mike Maysread more
Cindy Mays
Cindy Mays
1704239675
They did a awesome job. They where always helpful and understanding. Each and every phone meeting, was on time. I was... skeptical at first, because I live in N.C. and they are out of O.H.. I will recommend them to everyone. Thank you Hanna, and everyone there. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Yearread more
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Timothy Hardee
1703269893
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Ronald Jones
1703267623
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Jordan Temple
Jordan Temple
1702602721
I highly recommend Kahn & Associates for anyone who has to deal with the lemon law for a car they have. They made it a fast... and simple process, and answered any questions I had. They saved me more money as the manufacture wanted to deduct mileage of the car from my refund. My attorney informed me that they cannot do that in my state.Overall I am very satisficed with the services Kahn & Associates provided.read more
Mitchell DeLambo
Mitchell DeLambo
1702224225
I am so grateful and thankful for the help that attorney Daniel Scharville and the paralegal Victoria did. They are an... amazing team I couldn’t be happier with the outcome. I bought a brand new 2023 Chevrolet Tahoe rst that started to make engine noise a few months into ownership. I took it to the dealership and they told me this was normal. Engine noise on a new expensive vehicle is not normal they had my truck for five weeks only to tell me this is normal. I tried speaking to the staff at the dealership and everyone blew me off. I was so disappointed because when they wanted me to buy the truck they were calling me everyday and when I needed customer service no one would help. So I called Kahn and associates and attorney Danial Scharville and Victoria handled it and got me results. Thank you so much for your time and effort it is greatly appreciated. If you need a lemon law attorney don’t hesitate to give them a call.read more
Rick Alvarez
Rick Alvarez
1701423104
Kahn and Associates completed my lemon law claim. Victoria, Jordan, and Dan were very helpful and quick to respond to all of... my concerns. If you are having problems with your new vehicle, document everything and keep taking it back to the dealership.read more
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Tricky Ricky
1701133891
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Niranjan Patel
1700335549
Kahn & Associates, L.L.C. did exactly what they said they were going to do. The process took about a month and my check... arrived. They kept me informed along the way. - Mikeread more
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Michael Ray Skibbe
1699981435
Great attorney's office 6 months from start to finish our lemon law 22 Ram 1500 classic tradesmen. Couldn't be happier!
William Albright
William Albright
1699635713
It was a pleasure to work with Don Scharville and Kahn & Associates, LLC. Very informative, easy to work with and most... importantly a quick resolution!read more
Marko Dzinovic
Marko Dzinovic
1699400036
Kahn & Associates worked quickly to settle my claim against Ford Motor Co. involving my 2018 Focus transmission. Although... there is no way Ford will do a buy-back, the good folks at Kahn & Associates cut me a break on their fees so that I may use the settlement to purchase an extended warranty to cover the Focus as long as I own it.Thanks Guys & Galsread more
Bill Graser
Bill Graser
1699311310
Would work with this firm again.
Chad Leopold
Chad Leopold
1698857863
I can't stress enough how happy I am with the services that I received from the entire staff. I had a '22 jeep gladiator... that left me stranded on the side of the road. I reached out to see what my options were. We proceeded with the lemon buyback. The process started in February and took until October to be finalized at no fault of this firm. Throughout the entire time, the service and communication was exceptional. If I ever had any questions, they were answered within a couple hours. Thank you for all your help!read more
Scott Vojtkofsky
Scott Vojtkofsky
1698768587
Khan and Associates did a terrific job on my lemon law case! My attorney; Dan Scharville and his teammates Victoria and... Jordan did a great job of keeping things on pace. I thought I was their only client! I really liked the check they sent me too!Thanks again!read more
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Scott Frisky
1698347420
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Benita Parker
1697935145
Help me get a resolution would definitely recommend
Michael Findo
Michael Findo
1697904777
This turned out to be smooth process thanks to Kahn & Associates.
Matt Robison
Matt Robison
1697733432
We were involved in the 2020 Jeep Gladiator Lemon Law Suite. Kahn & Associates were amazing and made this process so easy... for us. We are very grateful for all of their help.read more
genia carter
genia carter
1697497003
Khan and Associates were very professional and accomdating with good end results. We highly recommend them.
David Martin
David Martin
1697130212
I bought a 2021 Ford Expedition, brand new, and custom built. From day 1 there were issues, more visits to the dealer than... I can count, and alway told" the issue could not be replicated " . I felt that I was not heard and that Noone took my concern seriously. I contacted Kahn and Associates after coming to my breaking point in July of 2023, by August I had my settlement agreement, which I countered, and in September they were able to receive the compensation and disburse funds. I would say that the more Information that you have, the faster the firm can work, and the entire staff was very quick to respond to my questions.Thanks again!read more
ashley Stewart
ashley Stewart
1696877902
They worked hard to get GM to paid for the problems I had with a 2021 chevy silverado. These lawyers work for you not the... car manufacturer and get results. It takes time like everything else. They never gave in and was able to get an award that satisfy me.read more
Dean Butte
Dean Butte
1696876259
I wantto say Kahn And Associates in Independence is the best. I contacted them for a lemon law case on my 2023 Mazda CX-50.... They really took the time to explain everything to me about my case I didn't think I had a case but Khan AND Associates won me my lemon law case. THEY are VERY professional I would recommend them to anyone and will use them again.I am so glad that I gave them an opportunity to handle and do business with this law firm.The whole staff Including Jourdan was a pleasure to meet. I WANT TO THANK YOU ALL FOR TAKING MY CASE AND I REALLY APPRECIATE THE WINNING outcome.read more
Olivia Twist
Olivia Twist
1696697929
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Joie Hoeffel
1696125496
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Wilmer Moreno
Wilmer Moreno
1696091590
We are so thankful we pursued lemon law with Kahn & Associates. The process was easy due to their guidance and expertise.... They were patient with us as we took longer than expected with paperwork and answered any questions we had. Thank you!!read more
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kiera carr-garrity
1696014794
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Melissa Goldberg
Melissa Goldberg
1696013989
Excellent service! Everyone was extremely helpful and patient throughout the entire process and consistent with... communication.read more
Lindsay B
Lindsay B
1694975871
They helped me get ford's attention regarding my warranty repair work on my 22 ford bronco and a nice settlement to boot... after it being at the dealership for 66 days. Definitely would go through them again.read more
Michelle Sumer
Michelle Sumer
1694967511
Attorneys and office both were attentive along with what I felt was a successful result. I would recommend.
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michael sepe
1694890186
Great attention to detail and customer service!
steven sexton
steven sexton
1694715470
Great service with great results! Thank you so much!
Julie Gilreath Smith
Julie Gilreath Smith
1694603416
They did an awesome job and they was able to get my money back I was out several thousand dollars in repairs for my truck. I... was very thankful that got in touch with me to help me get my truck fixed also from Fordread more
Mel Cameron
Mel Cameron
1694361464
Bought a new 2022 Silverado and after 4 days I had engine problems. Dealer was able to repair the truck which took just over... 2 months. They replaced the whole engine. I did a quick Google search of lemon law lawyers in Ohio, to which I found Kahn and Associates. I explained my situation and they assured me I would have no issues receiving compensation. Everything was super simple, no payment to them and all business was held over the phone so I didn't have to take off work to meet/discuss my situation. I had a few questions during the whole process and they were quick and very helpful the entire time. At the end of the ordeal I did a cash and keep settlement, to which I was very surprised with the outcome. I would recommend Kahn and Associates to anyone with a nuisance vehicle just to weigh out options.read more
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Cody Chinn
1694286918
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Clayton Briggs
Clayton Briggs
1694025885
After searching online for 'lemon law attorneys' I'm glad I landed on Kahn and Associates! They were quick to reply to my... inquiry and provided an informative consultation right off the bat. Throughout the process the team was responsive to my emails/calls and always happy to answer questions. I appreciated how they set reasonable expectations. Despite their caution that my car wouldn't be repurchased by the manufacturer, that's what ultimately happened. I credit Bo, Victoria, and Jordan for the surprise positive ending. They were diligent, detail oriented and patient [with me]. You couldn't ask for a better advocate if you're dealing with a lemon!read more
Adam Brown
Adam Brown
1693082590
The lawyer assigned to my case was awesome! He fought to get me the most money I could get. Thank you
Brian Obrien
Brian Obrien
1692734205
Kahn & Associates, LLC found me after I had given up on my battle with Williams Buick GMC in Charlotte North, Carolina and... GMC corporate all together. I had purchased a brand new 2022, GMC AT4, 1500. The night that I drove my truck home, I noticed that the engine was making a very high-pitched, squealing noise. The very next day I called the salesman that sold me the truck, Dom Larricia. He told me that should not be happening and to please bring the truck back in the very next business day to have the engine looked at they supposedly had repaired it. Once back home out of the city, I noticed that the squealing sound came back once I reached 40 mph or over. I called Dom back and he asked me to bring the truck back in for service. Please keep in mind that the service dealership is over one hour from my home. Once I arrived at my second trip to Williams Buick GMC they placed me in a loaner truck and kept my truck for two weeks. After two weeks, I received a call stating that the truck had some parts replaced and I could come pick up my truck. I returned their vehicle with the same amount of gas that I received it at. They returned my truck to me on an empty tank with 10 miles left on the range. I drove my truck home and for one day there was no squealing sound, after that the sound came back. At this point, I could not afford the gas and the time off from work to continuously drive one hour from my home to not have the issue fixed. I did receive a call from Dom stating that he needed me to fill out the survey stating that I was pleased and happy with the service and condition of my vehicle from the sale. I read the survey and could not honestly answer the questions, considering the condition of the vehicle and the issues that I was having. I stated I wish to have a vehicle completely fixed and then I could leave an honest rating. Once Dom found out that I would not basically lie for him on the survey, he told me he would no longer be helping me and he would be sitting on the sidelines the rest of the time that I needed assistance from Williams Buick, GMC. With several calls to the management staff Zack, Strickland, I was basically left with no help and no hope. I kept the truck for several months in my garage and my wife and I were trying to decide what to do. One evening I received a letter from Kahn & Associates, LLC stating that they had talked with a marketing firm and found that I had purchased a truck and other customers that had the same model had issues that mirrored the same complaints that I had. Mr. Jeffries, who works with Kahn & Associates, LLC asked me to set up an appointment to discuss what he could do concerning the lemon law. I was hesitant at first, as I had never dealt with anything like this. The staff at Kahn & Associates, LLC went above and beyond to alleviate my worries and concerns. They took my statement and I was able to provide them with paperwork including repair receipts. Once all paperwork was completed, it was only a matter of days until Williams Buick GMC contacted me to schedule my repair. They immediately took the time and got the help they needed to repair my truck. I feel personally that if it was not for Kahn & Associates, LLC I would have never received any repairs or help. I would highly recommend Kahn & Associates, LLC for all of your lemon law needs. My truck is now repaired and running great. Kahn & Associates, LLC did not stop at repairs, they saw that I was financially compensated for the time that I wasted dealing with Williams Buick, GMC. I don’t know where I would be without Kahn & Associates, LLCread more
Matthew Cline
Matthew Cline
1692449580
Excellent customer service! I appreciate that this firm is able to help people to obtain fair treatment from a large... corporation. They have the knowledge and skills to obtain a proper result quickly.read more
Lisa Clark
Lisa Clark
1692446350
They were very good to work with, everything went great and they performed exactly as expected.
Raymond
Raymond
1692042831
I've been having lots of issues with one of the car manufacturers. Then I came across Kahn and Associates who helped me... with some of those issues as I felt like I was being taken advantage of again. We came up with a plan and helped me recover a bit of the money lost and feel back in control. Thank you!read more
Joey Raska
Joey Raska
1691895737
Great Law firm! Communication was awesome, anything I needed was explained very well, always friendly and caring!Highly... recommendread more
Tracy Porter
Tracy Porter
1691799396
So very helpful and attentive to every detail!! Everything was settled to our upmost satisfaction!!
Pam Boswell
Pam Boswell
1691182666
Great experience with this firm. I would highly recommend.
Gail Barefoot
Gail Barefoot
1690924403
Everything was great , great service and communication , only problem is GM , still waiting on check. GM evidently doesn’t... stand my there warranty , and service was very poor, will never own a other GM ‘S product , thank you for your service.read more
Jackie Ellis
Jackie Ellis
1690648052
Kahn and Associates were a pleasure to work with and did a wonderful job with our case!! Thanks again!
Benny Rutherford
Benny Rutherford
1690376870
Kahn and Associates was had quick responses and very helpful with our car issue. Thanks!
Lindsey Taylor
Lindsey Taylor
1689530559
Working with their office was simple, hassle free, and they didn’t pressure me either. They were helpful.
Stephen Cook
Stephen Cook
1689528117
Smooth and efficient process. I feel satisfied with my settlement.
Steve Holderness
Steve Holderness
1689173477
Everyone I spoke to worked with on my litigation was very pleasant. This firm was very respectful and the whole process was... painless and in a timely fashion with amazing results 🙌read more
Robert Coble
Robert Coble
1688467335
My wife and I have never had to use a lawyer for anything like this. I was having problems with our truck and received a... Kahn advertisement in the mail and decided to give it a try. Everyone I spoke with was very professional and once I got them the proper paperwork it was on. Everything happened the way they told us it was going to happen and will recommend them to anyone who needs their service.read more
wayne forbes
wayne forbes
1688414451
I'm so happy with the work Kahn & Associates for me and my family.Thanks again for all you've done.God blessJerry & Kelli
Jerry Drake Sr
Jerry Drake Sr
1688161456
Thank you for your help getting me a settlement on my Jeep for all the problems I had with it since I purchased it!... Definitely don’t feel defeated on this issue anymore!read more
Jamie Seward
Jamie Seward
1687384516
Should probably be a 4 1/2. Only reason not a 5 is the initial confusion. First thought I was getting an attorney in my home... state. Then the initial confusion was speaking to many different people at the start. But once I started dealing with Bo and Victoria, those 2 deserve the 5. I did get a check for my 2018 GMC with the notorious bad 8 speed transmission.They did a great job. If need be would use again. but hope I do not have to. Thanks for your hard work.read more
Jack Benyon
Jack Benyon
1687189172
I had tried for 3 years to get jeep to do something about the moisture in my tail light lens’. They kept saying it was... “acceptable” to have some moisture in them. Not to me it wasn’t. I got a letter in the mail from Kahn and associates and decided to give them a go at helping me. I’m so glad I did!! They took down all of my info and in a matter of a few months, I have a check that will now help me fix my jeep. I would recommend them to anyone having problems like mine, they are very professional and they will get your problems solved in a timely manner. I am so grateful for all your help Kahn and associates, without your help, I’d still be fighting to get results.👍👍Deb W in Ohio.read more
Deb “OhioTrumpGal58” Webster
Deb “OhioTrumpGal58” Webster
1686484216
Always answered all my questions, they were only a text or call away, explained step by step what to do and what will... happen. Thank You!!read more
jill cella
jill cella
1684862786
Amazing lawfirm. They helped me win my lemon law lawsuit. They respond quickly to your calls and emails. I will definitely... use them again if need be.read more
Misty M
Misty M
1684825380
I would definitely use this company again, they were so helpful on telling me what information they needed. I was skeptical... at first not sure if they were legit, but they were wonderful. Craig walked me thru the whole process and always called me right back or emailed me answers to all my concerns. I received a settlement check quickly and they negotiated a good deal for me.I would highly recommend this company!Thank you so much Craig!read more
Chris Laurenson
Chris Laurenson
1684678369
They did what they said they were going to do. They were communicative and helpful the whole process. They made it easy.
Michael Test
Michael Test
1683915920
I have owned many cars in my lifetime but this is the first time pursuing a Lemon Law claim against a manufacturer so I was... not sure what to expect? Kahn & Associates made the whole process simple and was able to get me a settlement that I believed was very fair in relation to my Lemon Law issue. I am totally pleased with their service and would't hesitate to use them again although I hope I never need to! Would recommend this firm to anyone who is experiencing issues with their vehicle that warrants a Lemon Law claim!read more
Tim Ross
Tim Ross
1683898762
They took the time to answer all of my questions concerning my rights before and after they helped me. Payment was prompt.
Paul Williams
Paul Williams
1683546815
they are great they were very clear with me and sincere. and did everything to protect my interests thank you very much
Lukem Olivery
Lukem Olivery
1683391275
Kahn and Associates handled my legitimate complaint and defect with my newly purchased vehicle, which had under 30,000 miles... and a balance of the manufacturer’s warranty with an extended warranty. There was a manufacturer’s defect which the dealer nor manufacturer research could fully resolve, and the law firm made the process easy and smooth with a successfully negotiated settlement. The process only took a couple months (particular manufacturer’s timeline), and I am very happy with their help. I recommend this law firm to anyone with legitimate warranty issues or manufacture defects, especially where the manufacturer acknowledges a defect yet tries to sidestep accountability.read more
Paul Jones
Paul Jones
1683311135
Mr Kahn was awesome he kept me informed every step of the way! I definitely recommend him and will use him again.
RonRon Henry
RonRon Henry
1682648366
Great lawfirm very outstanding & get the job handled....
renee little
renee little
1682550312
Our experience was great, and they did what they said they would. Very professional but also very caring.
Donna Borders
Donna Borders
1681548602
I highly recommend Kahn & Associates if you are in need for Lemon Law assistance. I will spare the details of the issues... with my new vehicle that I had purchased last year. Kahn & Associates fought for my rights and we ended up settling for a buyback of the vehicle. I received my full down payment back plus full pay off of my car loan. They were very responsive and helpful through the whole process. If you are ever stuck driving a Lemon call Kahn & Associates.read more
Zach Williams
Zach Williams
1680694402
Bo and Victoria have been extremely helpful, courteous, and prompt with their responses, and I highly recommend their... services.read more
corey garsh
corey garsh
1680636540
They were quick to take action in our case, they were very prompt with their services and responses if we had any questions... or concerns, Bo was very personable and friendly. We would recommend them 10/10 to anyone and would use them again if needed.read more
Nicole Beard
Nicole Beard
1680194909
They were great! They did what they said they were going to do! I'm pleased and I would definitely do business with them... again. I had a lemon law case with them and superb service I received. I gave them my documents and they did the rest, literally. 10/10 would recommend.read more
Shay Bae
Shay Bae
1679703066
I worked with Kahnan & Associates and they where very helpful in the process and explained what they where going to do if I... had to I would choose them againread more
Antonio Sutton
Antonio Sutton
1679416280
Awesome experience with Kahn and Associates. They were able to help me recover 4 months of payments to cover the time my... vehicle was inoperable.read more
Derrick McBride
Derrick McBride
1679071786
This firm did a great job in getting a settlement from Range Rover when they did not want to settle on anything!
Dalton Coleman
Dalton Coleman
1678819846
We were having problems with our truck and had been taking to a local dealership- finally it was determined the engine was... bad. We received a mailing from Kahn and my husband called. We were hesitant about the process, but took and chance and it paid off. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable about the process. They would also call with an update. Thank you!read more
Leigh Charles
Leigh Charles
1678365863
If I could give a 100 ⭐️ I would. I worked with Mr Bo. & Ms Victoria what a pleasure. Each time I had a... question the response was immediate what law firm does that they do. If you’re having issues with your vehicle and have been to the dealership several time with the same issues with no resolution in sight and your vehicle is still under warranty stop what you’re doing right now and give Kahn & Associates a CallSincerelyH. LeKisha Wootenread more
LeKisha W
LeKisha W
1678216302
They were very helpful with the class action lawsuit I was in. Also, THEY chose to give me a larger payout, even though it... came out of their profit. Very good firm.read more
Matthew Harrah
Matthew Harrah
1678143271
What a fabulous law firm to work with. I was very glad to have followed through with contacting them about my 2017 GMC... Denali. The issues surrounding the 8 speed transmission are very well documented as evidence of the countless number of blogs on the internet. Robert Jeffries Esq., and Victoria Eck made this entire claim against GM as painless as one could imagine. Both were an absolute pleasure to work with and I cannot say enough words of gratitude for their assistance. Job well done and I highly recommend them for any and all lemon law needs.read more
William Stripling
William Stripling
1678138327
I greatly appreciate everything you've did for me.Iwill give other people that is having problems with there vehicle yalls... name Thanksread more
Brenda Locklear
Brenda Locklear
1678119133
Without a doubt, I am thoroughly please with the service provided by Kahn and Associates, LLC. So often are car owner on the... receiving end of the bills for repairs that should be warranted. I am grateful that this firm stood in the gap in my time of need. Thank you again!read more
damiko faulkner
damiko faulkner
1677789651
Excellent service, and honest, hard-working staff.
Dan Mcgovern
Dan Mcgovern
1676670450
Amazing. Took my case with no hesitation, stayed in contact with me, and everything went so fast. I’m impressed and will... always recommend Kahn & Associates.read more
kendra strodes
kendra strodes
1676414278
Very professional, caring and fast service! Highly recommended!!!
Melanie Curtis
Melanie Curtis
1675879083
I will be recommending Kahn & Associates to all of my friends and family. Fast professional service and best of all they... helped me get $$.read more
Wayne Clements
Wayne Clements
1675515047
After hearing great things about this law firm, I had the pleasure of dealing with them firsthand. They promised they would... do all they could and they delivered. They were able to get a settlement from the manufacturer and I got to keep my truck. I had 3 major problems that the dealer fixed but it took months.. A++++++++read more
Gregory B. Bray
Gregory B. Bray
1669809370
They were very professional and worked with me from the very 1st day I called about my car. Even though I had issues with... getting my proper paperwork they stayed with me all the way!read more
Phyllis Kimball-Cozart
Phyllis Kimball-Cozart
1661693916
I cannot recommend them enough!! After dealing with several serious transmission/engine power/electrical defects with no... service center able to fix it, I decided I’d had enough. After hours of researching, I discovered Lemon Law.. I decided to reach out to several law firms. A couple contacted me back, but gave me little hope for a case because I was technically outside of certain specifications to file. It was a little discouraging, and I was ready to take the loss from this vehicle and move on.
HOWEVER, once Kahn & Associates contacted me, they gave me the go-ahead to file and ensured me that they could help me. They explained the ways around it and the federal laws that apply, as well. So I completed the initial consultation and was contacted by Bo Jeffries shortly after.. and when I tell you that EVERY SINGLE communication from that office from there on out was beyond professional and timely, I’m serious. Bo contacted me via phone for our first conversation. He was patient with me, as I was literally at work during the call, but was desperately wanting to speak with him. I had to pause and put him on hold a couple of times.. I also had many questions and scenarios to run by him.. he was so pleasant.. down to earth.. patient.. kind.. and treated me like I was a million dollar client!! I was contacted shortly after that by Victoria Eck, the paralegal for his team, and was given updates on my case.. and I have to say that Vicki is the best!! She is so kind and also incredibly patient with me.. she was so quick to respond to any questions I had, and I mean she has ALWAYS emailed back within MINUTES.. And as we got the ball really rolling into the case, Bo and Vicki have kept me in contact.. I had some issues/delays completing the documentation for the discovery, and she was incredibly patient and helped me with questions and guided me through the process and explained anything I needed more detail on.. The bulk of the process was only the last couple months. I had all my documentation turned in, and in less than two weeks, Bo emailed me in the evening (yes, evening.. well after business hours) to deliver the amazing news that GM had settled, and it was DOUBLE the amount that Bo and I had discussed!! Even further, I had another question regarding settlement paperwork before returning to them, and Bo emailed back within minutes (in the evening and during the weekend) to give me an answer!! I cannot say enough great things about this law firm.. the entire staff is courteous and helpful.. and they will never treat you less than.. !! I’ve even called the office before for Victoria, and another staff member answered.. and even that lady was so kind and helpful and gave me what answer she could and then transferred me to Victoria’s voicemail.. I mean, they are ALL so wonderful.. I’m amazed at how truly wonderful these people are.. I’ve never filed a lawsuit against anyone, let alone something as big as General Motors.. so it was definitely nerve racking at first.. but after my communication with Bo and Victoria, I’ve never felt any nerves.. this whole thing was such a fast process, and I was kept up to date the entire time.. now, I am just going to patiently wait for the settlement check, so I can now get a better vehicle for myself and my child.. thanks again, you guys!! Truly the best!!
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K.B. Daniel
K.B. Daniel
1656755740
Very Satisfied with the outcome of my case handled by Kahn and Associates
Raymond M. Bishop
Raymond M. Bishop
1652745357
Easy to work with. Settled things quickly on my 2018 Silverado. l recommend them.
Tom Rentschler
Tom Rentschler
1652638599
They are very professional and did a amazing job concerning my Lemon Law Issue.
Daniel Miller
Daniel Miller
1647550372
I came into the with an open mind and felt I truly had nothing to lose. I never expected that everything would go in my... favor, and I am so grateful that I finally responded to the NUMEROUS lemon law letters that I had received regarding my 2017 Pacifica.

After taking it to the dealership, countless times (for the same issues) and being sent away like the issues were normal and nothing to worry about, it was SO nice to be heard and taken seriously by Craig at Kahn and Associates.

The process was painless, the gathered all of my information and then even more from the dealership and went to work. From start to finish, the process took roughly 4 months and the settlement money is in my account.

I was even able to trade in the vehicle with zero issues and the claim had no impact on my trade in value which was a huge concern of mine.

I already have, and will continue to refer my friends and family to Kahn and Associates.
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Kelsey Foltz
Kelsey Foltz
1647057952
every call and email was responded to almost immediately they did a great job on my case my check was sent to me and... received it in about a little bit over a week so that was great I would refer them to anybody if they have a problem with a vehicle for sureread more
Tammy Witherell
Tammy Witherell
1646681065
Thank you so much for my successful law suit. I am impressed how well you updated me and communicated the process. Thank you... Dan and Victoria.read more
Ellie Stiles
Ellie Stiles
1646027442
I had a great experience with Kahn & Associates. They helped me gain leverage to get my new car fixed and got a settlement... as well!read more
Michael Hardy
Michael Hardy
1638119133
I had the best experience with Kahn & associates they made a very stressful experience great between my new car being in the... shop numerous times and the dealership not doing anything just saying they couldn’t find the issue to my car problems I knew I would have to go over them I went to gm with my issues and they were also no help for my issues saying they couldn’t find the issues Kahn and associates got me a settlement for my issues fast and very easy hopefully I never need then again but I would definitely not hesitate to contact them and refer themread more
Krystal Northrop
Krystal Northrop
1634596443
They worked very hard my law suit and helped to get me a settlement on my car.
Janet G. Sims
Janet G. Sims
1632604302
They are very good at what they do and get positive results
Janet Webb
Janet Webb
1628114350
I recommend Kahn and associates to represent anyone having issues with their vehicles ( lemons). I'm satisfied with my... settlement and they always kept me updated by phone , text and email. Thanks for all you have done for me.read more
Tom Longeway
Tom Longeway
1617111533
I have a 2018 ram 2500, that I purchased new. The radio computer began acting up, shutting off and restarting at random. I... took the truck in four times over a short period, the dealership didn't want to replace it due to the said cost to be $6k, so they continued to do updates hoping it would fix the issue. I ended up contacting Chrysler, only then did the radio computer get fully replaced, which would make trip #5 to the dealership. Also in the meantime I contacted Kahn & Associates, due to the issue, and the length of time it took to get resolved, they fought in litigation and got me a settlement for myself. I am very pleased with the outcome, they handled everything, and they were very professional. The length of time from start to finish was a mere fraction of what it takes for a complete lemon lawsuit trial to go through the courts. I give Kahn & Associates a 5 out of 5.read more
BJ Wilson
BJ Wilson
1614345760
I would recommend you call them if you feel that you have been taken advantage of by a car company or car dealer., they will... make it right and get you what you deserve. They were wonderfulread more
Dwight Lee
Dwight Lee
1613387876
They were so helpful and did everything in a timely manner. Always there to answer questions. I highly recommend
Brigitte Williams Paugh
Brigitte Williams Paugh
1607634908
They were awesome! Listened and helped us with everything ! Didn’t take very long at all! Would advise anyone to use them
Sandy Willis
Sandy Willis
1604616093
Kahn and Associates were great with handling my issues with my GMC complaints. Victoria and Dan were very friendly and... efficient with my caseread more
Bob Thoman
Bob Thoman
1603128882
Great service, very professional and timely. They care about their clients and will do all they can to help them succeed.
Michelle Broome
Michelle Broome
1602105090
Dan Scharville helped me out with a problem I was having with my Ford F-150 he was very informative and explained everything... clearly, everyone I spoke with was knowledgeable and friendly thank you for everythingread more
Dave Wilson
Dave Wilson
1585327197
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