Alfred R. Beresko of
Bowie & Beresko, A Professional Law Corporation, will assist you if your bought a new vehicle that is a "lemon", which can be a new car, a motor home, or a boat that has certain defects.
In Louisiana, a "lemon" is defined as an automobile that has been in the shop for repairs at least four or more times for the same or similar type problem within the first year after purchase or within the initial warranty period, whichever comes first. A lemon can also be defined as a vehicle that has been out of service for repairs for 90 days during the first year or initial warranty period, whichever comes first.
In addition to the Motor Vehicle Warranty Act (known as the Lemon Law). Louisiana also has a law known as Redhibition.