Did you know that…

    •   The lemon laws in California apply to used, new, and leased vehicles

    •   You will not incur any out-of-pocket expenses for our legal representation

What is the Lemon Law in California?

Have you taken your vehicle to the repair shop over and over and have not been able to drive it for days on end?

If you have purchased or leased a disappointing new or used car, truck, van, SUV or RV that is not performing and has had repeated repairs, then you probably have a “lemon.” California Lemon Laws and Federal Lemon Laws exist to protect you and your rights as a consumer. Do not get stuck with a lemon! You could be entitled to a refund, replacement or cash compensation 

If you suspect your vehicle is a “lemon,” you should contact the California lemon law lawyers at Lemon Law Experts for a free and immediate case evaluation.

Contact us today to speak directly with one of our lemon law experts who will be able to quickly tell you if your case qualifies under the California Lemon Laws.

What is Covered by the California Lemon Law?

The California Lemon Laws apply to any new or used vehicles or other consumer goods that are purchased or leased for personal, family or household purposes and that come with a warranty. These goods range from cars to motorcycles, trucks, vans, kitchen appliances, computers and cell phones. The lemon laws require the manufacturer to take responsibility of the defective good and make it right for the consumer. The California Lemon Laws do not apply to clothing or consumable goods.

As part of the California Lemon Law, consumers do not need to pay for the Lemon Law attorney’s fees upfront. Instead, the law allows consumers the right to bill attorney fees and related costs directly to the automobile manufacturer.

How Does a Car Qualify for Lemon Law?

With regard to vehicles, California’s Lemon Laws presume a vehicle to be a lemon if any of the following occur during the first 18 months of purchase or 18,000 miles, whichever comes first:

   • At least two (2) repair attempts for a defect that may cause serious bodily injury or death; or

   • At least four (4) repair attempts for any other defect; or

   • The vehicle is out of service for a total of thirty (30) days

If any of the three scenarios above apply in California, then the consumer is presumably entitled to receive a refund or replacement vehicle plus the payment of his/her reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.

How Our Attorneys Can Help with Your Lemon Case

If you purchased or leased a new or used vehicle or other consumer good that has been repeatedly repaired during the warranty period or has been out of service for an extended amount of days, then chances are that you have a lemon.

It is important that you speak with and retain an experienced California lemon law attorney who specializes in lemon law representation in your state.

The lemon law lawyers at Lemon Law Experts have successfully handled thousands of California lemon law claims and have recovered millions of dollars for their clients.

If you suspect that you have a lemon consumer good, do not delay in getting the lemon law representation that you need and deserve. Call the Lemon Law Experts today who will provide you with a free & fast case evaluation directly with a lemon law lawyer. 

Contact us today at (877) 969-2809 or submit your information through our confidential contact form.

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