California Lemon Law Attorneys


Posted By | May 31, 2023 | Lemon Law

How to Know If You’ve Been Sold a Lemon

When you buy a new car or truck, you expect to be able to enjoy years of dependable transportation with the car in the shop only for routine preventative maintenance every three thousand miles. The first time something fails or malfunctions, you might shake it off as a fluke, but when the same part fails…

Posted By | May 10, 2023 | Firm News

{Study} Cars Sold Per Lemon Law Case

What Is a Lemon? For most people, buying a car is a significant investment that takes savings and research. The last thing a buyer wants to discover is that the car they bought, new or old, is actually a lemon car. A lemon car is defined as a purchased defective vehicle that cannot be repaired…

Posted By | March 24, 2023 | Lemon Law

Top Five Most Common Auto Recalls

more, and then waiting days without your car while repairs are underway. But recall campaigns are essential for safety reasons, and if you’ve been dealing with a repetitive repair problem that’s left you wondering if you bought a lemon or if a malfunctioning part or feature has compromised your car’s safety, you might welcome a…

Posted By | January 31, 2023 | Lemon Law

What Are the California Lemon Law Statutes?

Lemons are sour, like the taste left in your mouth when you realize you’ve spent good money on a product that doesn’t work. The word “lemon” has been used for over 100 years to describe a defective, malfunctioning, or badly designed product. It became synonymous with a defective car in 1960 thanks to a famous…

Posted By | November 17, 2022 | Firm News

2017-2019 Ford Fiesta and 2017-2018 Ford Focus Powershift Transmission Defect

A class action lawsuit was filed in June of 2022 alleging 2017-2019 Ford Fiesta and 2017-2018 Ford Focus vehicles are equipped with defective DPS6 Dual PowerShift clutch transmissions. This transmission is intended to provide an advanced and fuel-efficient alternative to the traditional manual or automatic transmission. According to the lawsuit filed in the U.S. District…