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Finding An Attorney to protect your Hawaii Lemon Law Rights

Thank you for visiting our Hawaii Lemon Law web site.  We named our web site Aloha Lemon Law for a simple reason.

In the Hawaiian language, as you know, aloha can mean hello or goodbye. So, to us it means "hello" to you from us - and also "goodbye" to your lemon car or lemon truck or lemon motorcycle or lemon motor home or Rv.

Getting rid of your lemon is what we are here for. And making the factory pay the attorney fees to get it done? Well, that's only fair.


We trust you found our web site information useful. Now that you better understand your legal rights under the Hawaii Lemon Law, your next challenge will be to find the "right" lawyer.


Choosing an attorney is not about who has the best web site, but rather who has the most experience, best reputation and success rate in resolving lemon car disputes.  And, if your vehicle doesn't neatly fall into the lemon car or lemon truck category, you will need an attorney who is well-versed in all of the laws that can help you get rid of your vehicle.


Here are a few ideas to help you make a more informed decision:


1.  Investigate the attorney or law firm that you are considering.  Be wary of firms that use the "mill" approach to litigation, i.e., firms whose financial success is based on quantity of cases versus quality of result.  It has been proven that puppy "mills" generally produce poor quality dogs.  There is much discussion in the legal profession about firms that use the "mill" approach to handling consumer cases - and the frequent lack of quality of the legal service provided to their clients.


2.  Your initial consultation might be done over the telephone, so be sure to ask about the communication process, office procedures and the support staff.  Filing a lawsuit is a very important decision, and you want to be sure you are hiring someone who will represent YOUR best interest.


3.  You should also make sure your attorney is actually located in the State where your suit is filed.  If they are not, your attorney may have to travel great distances to appear in Court, or they may elect to hire someone else, unfamiliar with your case, to appear on their behalf. In our own case, we work closely with our affiliated local Honolulu lemon law attorney to get you the best representation and result that we can - as quickly as possible.


4.  Be sure to ask about fees and costs of litigation.  If a firm is anxious to offer their services for free, you may wonder about their knowledge and experience. You may not want to hire someone who has to "learn the law" and how to properly handle your Lemon Law case in Hawaii. It seems like a lot of new lawyers try to build up their business by offering what they say will be "free" representation. There is a lot of truth to the old adage, "you get what you pay for" and it applies here as well. And remember, if you have a successful lawsuit, your fees and costs will be paid for or reimbursed by the Defendant.


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