Lemon Law Lawyer / Consumer Advocate Attorney - Dana L. Manner Free Consultation - Offices: Miami, Florida - Call: (305) 285-9495

Practice Areas: Lemon Law (new car), Lemon Law (used car), Repossession, Undisclosed Damage, Prior Wreck or Salvage Vehicle, Faulty Repairs, Odometer Roll-back, Sales or Financing Scams, Service Contracts, DMV Title and Registration, Fraud, Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices, Warranties, Certified Pre-owned Vehicles, Consumer Credit Law,  Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Fair Debt Collection Practices (FDCPA).

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Repossession

Has your vehicle been repossessed due to car loan default? Are you fighting your car’s repossession? There are many options that you may not be aware of. Our Miami practice is here to help! When you buy a car, truck, or other vehicle on credit, you should be aware that, until you have made the […]

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Lemon Law

What is a lemon? A “lemon” is a colloquial phrase used to characterize a car that just cannot seem to get fixed.  In essence, the car continually fails to perform at the standard the manufacturer intended them to. To protect consumers against these types of cars, and to hold manufacturers accountable for making them, lemon […]

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Automobile Fraud

That shiny, beautiful, freshly detailed, never been in a wreck, gotta buy it today, low mileage, late model, previously owned car or truck may be your worst nightmare. The extra money you took out of savings to buy this vehicle may have just been ripped off by a thief. You may have just become a […]

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Buy-Here Pay-Here

Buy-Here Pay-Here dealers must be both a licensed motor vehicle dealer (Licensed by the DMV)  but also hold a Motor Vehicle Retail Installment Seller license from the Office of Financial Regulation. The license issued for retailers of motor vehicles who finance by  installment contract to retail buyers. This license is required by firms that  sell and […]

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Rebuilt Vehicles

What is a “rebuilt wreck” “Get outta town!” you exclaim as the dealer tells you the price of the lightly used Acura that looks like it just rolled out of the factory. “I think it’s YOU, sir, that’s getting out of town…in this beautiful luxury vehicle right here!” he replies, almost as elated as you […]

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Dealer Fraud

Florida has a number of laws to protect consumers. The principle law relating to the automobile dealer consumer relationship is Part VI of ch. 501, F.S. This section of law describes prohibited dealer actions under the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (FDUTPA), and provides guidelines regarding motor vehicle pricing and notice to consumers. […]

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Registration “Freeze”

Since the enactment of a new statute in Florida, many Florida motorists that have fallen behind on their car loan payments, and have not lost their car yet to the repo man, have discovered that the lender has “frozen” the registration on their car, and any other car that they may own. 1 History of […]

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Car Loans

Most dealerships have a Finance and Insurance (F&I) Department, which provides one-stop shopping for financing. The F&I Department manager will ask you to complete a credit application. Information on this application may include: your name; Social Security number; date of birth; current and previous addresses and length of stay; current and previous employers and length […]

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Used Car Fraud

Federal Trade Commission’s Trade Regulation Rule Concerning the Sale of Used Motor Vehicles (the “Rule” or “Used Car Rule”), 16 CFR Part 455, which was promulgated on November 19, 1984. The Used Car Rule became effective on May 9, 1985. Violations of the Rule can result in the imposition of civil penalties of up to […]