The Lemon Law

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In California, the state where the automobile reigns supreme, it is only fitting that the California Lemon Law be one of the most feared (by manufacturers) and therefore, most effective lemon laws in the country. Unlike many other states which require that the consumer jump through innumerable hoops, or experience repeated defects with their car in an unrealistically short time or mileage period, the California Lemon Law typically allows for a consumer to pursue a remedy as long as the car was subject to a reasonable number of warranty repairs.  It also provides an avenue for attorneys to collect the consumer’s costs and fees directly from the manufacturer.

The Lemon Law covers cars that have had repairs completed while covered under the manufacturer’s warranty.  California’s is one of the best in the country.

  • How many repair attempts are required?
  • How many days out of service will qualify my car as a lemon?
  • We will help interpret the law for you...for free!

The Lemon Law does not always apply just to new cars.  Even if your vehicle was not new when you purchased it, you may still have a claim.

  • Song-Beverly Act includes used cars in California.
  • What does it mean if I buy a car "as-is?"
  • Does it matter how many miles I have on my car or how old it is?
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Sometimes referred to as the Federal Lemon Law, the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act can help you to recover damages related to your lemon vehicle.

  • Makes warranties on consumer products more readily understood.
  • Ensures that consumers can compare warranty coverages.
  • Allows consumers to pursue a breach of warranty claim.

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With just a few pieces of information you’ll know instantly whether or not you may have a viable Lemon Law claim against the manufacturer of your vehicle. Please take a moment to see if we might be able to help and remember, there is no cost to you for our services. 

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