Minnesota’s Most Experienced Lemon Law Lawyer
Many general practice law firms may agree to handle lemon law cases, but we do not believe any other law firm in Minnesota focuses solely on lawsuits over defective automobiles, warranties and service agreements, as we do. We are widely known as the leading lemon law law firm in Minnesota and with very good reason: We are former automobile industry trial lawyers who have handled more than 2,000 lemon law cases in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Thanks to our deep knowledge of this area of the law, our willingness to take on challenging cases and our strong track record, we consistently put power in the hands of consumers, righting wrongs and giving beleaguered automobile owners new avenues of hope.
Decades Of Experience And A Determination To Get Justice For Clients
Based on our reputation for achieving results for our clients, we often receive referrals from other attorneys in Minnesota. They recognize our consistent determination to help consumers right the wrongs that they experience after buying automobiles that prove to be lemons. In the words of one peer in the legal community, attorney Todd Gadtke demonstrates “a firm desire to help his clients get the best result they can as fast as they can.”
Our lemon law cases have been successful for a great many clients who made substantial investments in their purchases of cars produced by manufacturers including:
In addition to successfully handling more over 100 cases per year for Minnesota consumers, we have argued on behalf of Minnesota consumers lemon law and automobile breach of warranty cases before the Minnesota Court of Appeals, the Minnesota Supreme Court and the 8th Circuit United States Court of Appeals. In so doing, we have made favorable law on behalf of Minnesota consumers – we go the distance required to get the results you deserve.
When we believe in a client’s case, we are not intimidated by these and other large manufacturers or their in-house legal counsel. We stand for consumers’ rights, and our clients’ legal opponents soon realize that it is in their interests to do the right thing and compensate our clients appropriately.