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Can you make a lemon law claim after the statute of limitations has been reached?

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Can you make a lemon law claim after the statute of limitations has been reached?

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Kate Horder20

Well, the definition of a statute of limitation is that it is a legal deadline by which the time for filing a lawsuit expires. That is if you don’t file a lawsuit before the statute of limitation is attained, then you can’t do so anymore.

Generally, the same applies to lemon law claims. If you don’t know what to do, it never hurts to speak to someone who is an expert on the issue – like a lemon law attorney.

While you can no longer file lemon law claims after the statute of limitation has been reached, there are still a handful of options worth considering, such as filing a complaint with the manufacturer and seeking arbitration.

In fact, you can even argue that the statute of limitations is extended due to circumstances. All of these are why you have to talk to an expert. I spoke with a Los Angeles lemon law attorney about mine a while ago, and I was able to get a reasonable outcome.

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