California Lemon Law Attorneys


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 | July 31, 2023 | Lemon Law

Lemon Law FAQ: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

When a consumer makes a purchase in good faith, they expect the manufacturer to live up to their promise of a safe, reliable product. Never is this expectation more important than when an individual buys a car. Not only are motor vehicles one of the largest expenditures in most budgets, but they carry drivers and…

Posted By | June 27, 2023 | Lemon Law

Lemon Law vs. Warranty Claims: What’s the Difference?

Consumers in California and throughout the United States have a right to expect the products they purchase to be safe and reliable, including their vehicles. When purchasing new products, many companies—including automobile manufacturers—include a warranty. The automobile warranty is a contract guaranteeing that your vehicle will be free of defects for a specified period of…

Posted By | June 20, 2023 | Lemon Law

General Motors Hydraulic Valve Lifter Class Action Lawsuit

DISCLAIMER:  This class action litigation is closed. However, if you are dealing with a different GMC issue in California, we may be able to help. However, we only accept cases in the state of California. A class action lawsuit was filed against General Motors in 2021 for issues with the hydraulic valve lifter in Cadillac,…

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…