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Is your car in the shop, again? Are you worried that your car will continue to break down? Our Lemon Law attorneys can help get you compensation for being sold a lemon.

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Lemon Law Lawyers

Due to the chaos that ensues after purchasing a defective vehicle, it is easy to give up or accidently let too much time lapse in acting on your claim. However, even missing one visit to the repair shop or a simple delay in making the manufacturer aware of the problem may inadvertently let them off the hook for your defective vehicle. Generally, lemon laws require a purchaser to take certain action that gives the manufacturer notice and an opportunity to fix the vehicle before pursuing a legal claim.  This is why it is crucial to consult with an experienced lemon law attorney in California, so you don’t make a mistake that could negatively impact your claim.

Our experienced lemon law attorneys understand the complexity of lemon laws and can ensure that no avoidable errors are made that will damage your claim. Additionally, when approached by a consumer with a lemon law issue, many manufacturers try to offer minimal compensation to free themselves from liability. With the guidance and knowledge of our attorneys, we can ensure that you are fully compensated.

What is
a lemon?

California law and Breach of Warranty provides protection for consumers who purchased or leased a new vehicle that requires an unreasonable number of repairs for a defect that severely limits the use, value, or safety of the vehicle. If this is the case, you may be entitled to a refund, replacement, or a cash settlement. In addition, you may be entitled to recover other costs related to your defective vehicle.

Why You Should Hire
The Law brothers®

Unreasonable vehicle repairs can be detrimental to your day-to-day life by having a substantial impact on your schedule. Unfortunately, manufacturers and car dealers aim to limit their liability which can undermine the value of your case.

Our attorneys understand the hardship that comes with purchasing or leasing a new vehicle only to find that it does not meet the standards that are backed by the manufacturer’s warranty. Our attorneys are experienced in fighting for our clients and will aggressively pursue your claim to ensure you are treated fairly and receive the compensation your case is worth.

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Along with their years of experience and legal expertise, our California attorneys can:

  • Navigate the complex federal and state laws to determine the best legal avenue to hold manufacturers and car dealers responsible for defective vehicles that qualify under the law (see below).
  • Put together all the necessary documentation that will be the most important evidence to win your case. This includes your lease or sales agreement, the timeline and proof of the attempts to repair the vehicle, the manufacturer’s warranty, and any other documents relevant to your claim.
  • Negotiate and communicate directly with car dealers and manufacturers. Keep in mind that car dealers and manufacturers have years of experience in reducing their liability for defective vehicles by intimidating or appeasing consumers during negotiations.  However, a qualified lemon law attorney will be able to resolve your claim through strong negotiations and litigation, if necessary.
  • Advocate for the compensation you deserve. An experienced attorney will fight for remedies under California law, such as the car owner’s choice for a replacement or refund, or a possible cash settlement.

Lemon Requirements:

Under California law, the defective vehicle must meet the following criteria:

  • The problem must occur within 18 months of delivery or within the vehicle’s first 18,000 miles—whichever is sooner.
  • The owner notified the manufacturer, if the warranty or owner’s manual requires it
  • The vehicle may be purchased used or new but must be under the manufacturer’s new vehicle warranty.

In addition, one of the following must be true:

  • The owner has taken the vehicle in for repair at least four times but the problems are still not fixed.
  • The owner has taken the vehicle in for repair at least two times for the same problem and the problem is severe enough to cause death or serious bodily injury.
  • The vehicle has been in the repair shop for over 30 days in total. However, the total time does not have to occur consecutively.

Examples of defects that fall under Law

Failure to start

An electrical defect that causes your battery to drain

Loss of power on acceleration causing the vehicle to stall

Brake failure

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