In California, the lemon law protects consumers who have purchased new or used vehicles with substantial defects or a multitude of problems causing the vehicle to be in the shop an unreasonable amount of time. The law protects consumers from a potential sour deal and holds manufacturers responsible for conforming their product to the written warranty within a reasonable number of attempts.
Vehicles and consumer goods covered by the California lemon law include:
Before holding a manufacturer responsible for defects or problems, several qualifications must be met in order to ensure that the vehicle is covered under California’s lemon law. If your vehicle meets these qualifications, you may have the right to seek recourse or take legal action. We encourage you to contact an experienced Orange County lemon law attorney as soon as possible.
Three general qualifications are:
Barnes Law Firm in Orange County is well known by auto manufacturers as a firm that is well versed and knowledgeable in the California lemon law. If we are not able to resolve your case directly with the manufacturer, we bring our extensive knowledge of the California lemon law into the courtroom. Call our firm at 949.446.1668.
The law may vary on what is considered a reasonable opportunity for repair depending on the nature of the problem with the vehicle in question. Generally speaking, if these three qualifications are met, chances are likely that you have a lemon on your hands.
If it still isn't clear whether or not you have a lemon, our Orange County lemon law lawyer is ready to assist you. Barnes Law Firm has a long history of success in lemon law cases and we have helped thousands of individuals receive compensation. When you retain our firm, you can rest assured your case will be given the attention that it deserves.