San Francisco Lemon Law Attorney


At Consumer Law Experts, PC we strive to serve consumers across the state of California, including our friends in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you think you might be driving around in a lemon, do not wait any longer. Not only is it dangerous to be driving a defective car, it is also increasing the possibility that you may miss one of the deadlines set forth by California’s Lemon Laws and eliminate your opportunity to receive any compensation. Contact us today for a free consultation from one of our Lemon Law Experts and make sure that you receive the compensation you deserve.

Who Are We?

Put simply, we are California’s Premier Lemon Law Firm. We believe that every consumer should have the ability to receive compensation for being stuck with a defective product. Our attorneys are industry leaders who will fight to make sure you are given the best possible outcome. Additionally, our staff of specialists is comprised of energetic and friendly multilingual individuals who understand the value of customer service.

What is Lemon Law?

Lemon laws are a group of state laws that provide protection for consumers who purchase goods that repeatedly fall short of the manufacturer’s standards of quality and performance. Although these laws vary from state to state, there are some specifications that are common amongst lemon laws in most states. Generally, these laws apply to both new and used vehicles that are either purchased or leased.

Do I Have a Lemon?

Because Lemon Laws vary state to state, it is important to consult with an expert attorney that specializes in Lemon Law to determine if you are the owner or lease of a lemon vehicle. Fortunately, our Lemon Law Experts are always available to answer any questions you may have regarding your vehicle. Contact us immediately at 877-885-5366 for a free consultation and thorough case analysis.

For example, in California Lemon Laws state that a vehicle must be covered by a manufacturer’s warranty in order to qualify. Further, the issue or defect must be “substantial” and must have started happening within a certain timeframe from the original date of purchase (or lease). Additionally, the manufacturer must have a reasonable opportunity to fix the stated issue before you can open a claim. Generally, they are given at least two opportunities to fix the issue, but that is not always the case.

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Consumer Law Experts, is California’s Premier Lemon Law Firm. Our attorneys are not simply experts in the law, but are also professional service providers. Additionally, our diverse and multilingual staff is always available to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding your case. Please reach out to us today for a free consultation and case evaluation at 877-885-5366.