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Lemon Law for Boats in Orange County
Did You Know California's Lemon Law Applies to Boats?
It's true! Lemon law for boats applies if the vessel in question has "nonconformities" or malfunctions or defects that compromise the value, use, or safety of the boat. They should also be covered by the boat manufacturer's original warranty. If you're not sure if you have a lemon law claim for your defective boat, give us a call.
Seek Help from a Skilled Orange County Lemon Law Attorney
If you bought your boat for consumer use and have a written warranty, then California's lemon law protects your rights as a consumer. Under this law, an individual must give the manufacturer or its authorized dealer a reasonable chance to fix the problem.
If the manufacturer does not replace the boat or refund your money, then taking legal action should be your next step. The Orange County lemon law attorney Barnes Law Firm has provided experienced lemon law services in Southern California for 30 years. With a comprehensive knowledge of California lemon law as well as a strong initiative to fight for our clients, we have what it takes to make your case a success.
You most likely have a lemon boat if:
- The defect or problem is substantial in nature
- The defect or problem is covered by a manufacturer's written warranty
- Multiple chances were given to the manufacturer’s authorized repair facility to fix the defect or problem
- The manufacturer or its authorized dealer failed to fix the defect or problem within a reasonable amount of time
Safety recalls can also occur for many popular boat makes and models. If the manufacturer refuses to address and repair the problem within a reasonable time our Orange County lemon law attorney can help you file a claim against them to seek financial reparations.
Protect your rights as a consumer by calling our firm at 949.446.1668 today.
Hire an Experienced California Lemon Law Attorney
At Barnes Law Firm, we pride ourselves on providing clients in the Orange County area with the quality lemon law protection that every individual deserves. In addition to 30 years of experience in the field, we are proud of our outstanding reputation in this area of law. We take most cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you don't pay us any attorney fees since we collect those fees from the manufacturer only if we are successful with your case.
Learn more about how we can serve you when you schedule a free consultation. Get started by contacting Barnes Law Firm online now.
Meet Stephen G. Barnes
Attorney Barnes was one of the early pioneers to exclusively handle Lemon Law cases in California. His goal is to provide every client with dedicated one-on-one attention as they navigate their Lemon Law case.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Are the 3 General Qualifications for a Lemon?
The three general qualifications are:
- The car must have a substantial impairment in use, value, or safety
- The problems with the car must have been, covered by a warranty
- The owner must have attempted to get the vehicle repaired multiple times or the car must be in the shop an unreasonable amount of days
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What Does It Cost to Hire a Lemon Law Attorney?
In most cases, it costs nothing to hire Barnes Law firm to handle your lemon law case. We will collect our attorney fees from the manufacturer if your claim is successful.
Does the California Lemon Law Apply if I’ve Purchased a Faulty Used Vehicle?
The short answer is yes if you purchased the car with a warranty. The lemon law covers a used car if you bought it with a warranty, have a substantial problem covered by that warranty, and have given the warrantor a reasonable opportunity to repair the car. If you have bought a faulty used car, it is important that you speak with an Orange County lemon law attorney to get you the results you deserve.
Am I Required to Go Through Arbitration Before Hiring a Lemon Law Lawyer?
No. You are not required to go through arbitration before hiring a lemon law attorney. In most situations, you would not be required to go through arbitration, and you should get the advice of an experienced lemon law lawyer before taking such a step.