California Lemon Law Attorneys


Posted By | February 16, 2024 | Firm News

Common Myths About California Lemon Laws

No one should have to live with an unsafe, inconvenient vehicle that spends more time in the repair shop than transporting the owner and their family where they need to go. Fortunately, California has a legal remedy in place for consumers who have purchased a car in good faith only to find out they bought…

Posted By | January 19, 2024 | Firm News

California Lemon Law Guide

California consumers rightfully expect to get what they pay for, especially when making a large purchase like a new vehicle for safe, reliable transportation. When your new vehicle spends more time in a repair shop than on the road or presents a safety hazard to you, your family, and others on the road, you have…

Posted By | December 15, 2023 | Lemon Law

How New Laws Can Impact Your California Lemon Law Case

Over the decades, state and federal legislation have worked diligently toward putting protection in place for consumers, including California’s groundbreaking lemon law entitling consumers to a full refund, buyback, or replacement vehicle if their warranty-covered vehicle had one or more significant defects after a reasonable number of failed repair attempts. Now, however, the pendulum may…

Posted By | November 17, 2023 | Firm News

What to Do If Your Vehicle Is Recalled

Product recalls are serious, particularly when an automotive manufacturer issues a recall notice for a vehicle. When a car or truck has a significant defect, the results can be catastrophic. Receiving a recall notice on your vehicle is inconvenient and distressing, but it’s important to know what to do to protect yourself and your family…

Posted By | November 10, 2023 | Firm News

The History of California’s Lemon Law

Purchasing defective products can impose a significant safety hazard, and none more so than a defective vehicle that transports families at high speed on California’s roadways. For many decades, consumers who purchased new vehicles had no legal recourse if the vehicle they purchased had significant defects, causing a car to spend more time in the…