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Your Trusted Legal Partner in Miami, FL

Located in the vibrant city of Miami, FL, Bad Vehicle Florida Lemon Law Attorney stands as a beacon of hope for those grappling with lemon law issues. With over two decades of dedicated service, our firm, led by the seasoned attorney Jonathan D. Schwartz, has been the trusted choice for countless Floridians.

Understanding the challenges of owning a malfunctioning vehicle, Jonathan takes a hands-on approach, personally reviewing each case to offer tailored advice.

Choosing to work with Jonathan means you’re not just another file in a cabinet. He takes the time to understand your unique situation, leveraging his vast experience to guide you towards the best possible outcome. And if you’re wondering about your rights under the Florida Lemon Law, rest assured, you could be eligible for compensation without having to return your vehicle.

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Is Your Vehicle a Lemon?

  • Has your car been in the shop more than three times for the same issue?
  • Has it spent over a month at the dealership?
  • Was it bought brand new less than two years ago?

If you’re nodding in agreement, you might be dealing with a lemon. But don’t fret. Jonathan offers a fully remote service, understanding the need for flexibility in today’s fast-paced world.

Whether you’re in Miami or elsewhere in Florida, he’s just a call away.

Legal Assistance for Auto Insurance Claims

Accidents are stressful. And when insurance companies don’t play fair, it adds to the strain.

If you feel your claim has been unjustly denied or undervalued, there might be legal avenues available. Insurance companies have their interests, often leading to low initial offers. But with the right evidence and legal expertise, you can challenge these decisions.

Why Was My Claim Undervalued?

Insurance is meant to protect us. So when claims are undervalued, it’s natural to ask why.

Some common reasons include:

  • Policy limits restricting the payout;
  • Initial offers being intentionally low;
  • Lack of sufficient evidence to support the claim;
  • Modern algorithms that favor insurance companies;
  • Inexperience of the claimant in dealing with insurance matters.

If you feel shortchanged, it’s essential to seek legal counsel. An experienced attorney can guide you on the best course of action.


Q How do I initiate a lemon law claim in Florida?

Initiating a lemon law claim in Florida requires a few steps. Firstly, if you believe your vehicle is a lemon, consult with a knowledgeable attorney like Jonathan. The initial steps involve:

Filing your claim with the Florida New Motor Vehicle Arbitration Board if there's no manufacturer-specific requirement.
An arbitration will be scheduled post-application, where you'll present your case.

Q What are the signs my car might be a lemon?

A "lemon" typically refers to a vehicle with significant defects affecting its safety or functionality. Common issues include faulty brakes, malfunctioning engines, or defective lights.

Q What doesn't the Florida Lemon Law cover?

Certain vehicles and modifications aren't covered under the Florida Lemon Law. This includes mopeds, motorcycles, off-road vehicles, and trucks weighing over 10,000 pounds. Additionally, unauthorized modifications or alterations to a vehicle aren't protected.

Q Which defects fall under the Lemon Law?

The Florida Lemon Law covers new or demonstrator vehicles with defects that significantly impact their use, safety, or value. These defects can arise from assembly errors or design flaws.

Q What is the Lemon Law Fee in Florida?

The "Lemon Law fee" in Florida is a nominal $2.00. This fee applies to new vehicles with a manufacturer's warranty and certain other conditions. However, some vehicles and sales are exempt from this fee.