If, even after several attempts at repairs, your vehicle meets the criteria for a material defect, you are entitled to the protection of the lemon law. And I, after 9 years of practice being a lemon law attorney, have experience in most cases of this field in Louisiana. Lemon law arbitration awards in most states are binding on the manufacturer but can be challenged in court by the consumer. In other words, if my clients don’t like the arbitrator’s decision, I can help them sue the manufacturer if they want while helping them to be prepared as possible to arrive at a quick and inexpensive solution, while working on my cases I have learned the need to find receipts and service records showing how often the vehicle was in a store, documents, telephone tapes, and any advertisements or brochures that the car manufacturer may have created to advertise their products. Bringing the case to court proceedings, I promptly select the case materials, establish the reason why this or that defect is not included in the list of warranty service, the warranty repair period has been violated, etc. And, protecting my client’s interests, I will demand compensation from the seller. For me, as a highly qualified auto lawyer, such a task is an ordinary one, since the specifics of my work fully correspond to this problem.