A "lemon" most often refers to a defective new or used car, but can also apply to any product that was defective at the time it was purchased.
State and federal lemon laws may protect consumers in District of Columbia when they buy a product with a reasonable expectation that the product worked properly.
Lemon laws often involve breach of warranty. A warranty, under the law, is an expectation that the product will work.
A warranty can be either express, meaning the seller said it was a warranty, or implied, such as the implied warranty of fitness. Find an attorney for a lemon law case in District of Columbia.
NACA is a non-profit association comprised of attorneys who represent consumers that have been victimized by fraudulent, abusive or predatory business practices.
Lawyer Referral Service in the District of Columbia - The Bar Association of the District of Columbia (BADC) sponsors a Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) that helps individuals and businesses find a local attorney in Washington D.C. In fact, the BADC sponsors the only Lawyer Referral Service in the District of Columbia. The LRS charges a nominal referral fee of $39.95. Call 202-296-7845 to talk with the Legal Advice Line staff and receive the referral to a local attorney with experience in the needed area of concentration.