California Lemon Law Attorneys

Garden Grove Lemon Law Attorneys

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Today’s busy lives require a lot of time on the road. When we purchase a new vehicle, we anticipate years of traveling to work, school, and outings in comfort, style, and safety. The first time a defect appears in a new car, you might shake it off as a fluke, but what about the second and third time the same faulty part sends your vehicle back to the repair shop when it should be out on the road? Even worse, what if the faulty part makes the car unsafe and the manufacturer keeps insisting you send it in for yet more repairs?

Fortunately, you don’t have to be left with a sour taste in your mouth if the car you purchased in good faith turns out to be a lemon. The California Lemon Law protects consumers against powerful vehicle manufacturers by holding them accountable when they’ve sold a defective car, truck, or SUV.

If you think your vehicle is a lemon, call the Lemon Law lawyers in Garden Grove today so we can take action.

Why Choose Us at Young & Young APC?

At Young & Young APC, navigating California Lemon Law claims is what we do. We’re ready to put our decades of experience to use on your behalf.

We offer our Lemon Law clients advantages in their cases, including the following:

  • You pay no consultation cost and no attorney’s fees—we take our fees from the manufacturer of your defective vehicle after we win your case
  • Our success rate of over 99% puts a powerful voice and an array of resources behind your Garden Grove Lemon Law case
  • Our entire team of consumer advocates has a passion for taking assertive action on behalf of those who’ve purchased or leased a new car only to find out they have lemon

Vehicle manufacturers exist to make profits and they prioritize their profits at your expense. We make manufacturers live up to their promises so you get the refund, buyback, or replacement vehicle your family deserves.

Common Vehicle Defects

California’s Lemon Law applies to defects that significantly lower a car’s value, usability, or safety. Common defects listed in California Lemon Law claims include the following:

  • Electrical defects
  • Power steering problems
  • Faulty seats
  • Faulty seatbelts
  • Faulty brake systems
  • Engine problems
  • Transmission problems
  • Faulty door locks
  • Faulty window controls
  • Oil leaks
  • Stalling
  • Suspension problems
  • Hesitation
  • Starter problems
  • Check engine light illumination
  • Sound system problems

If any of the above or other problems persist despite multiple repair attempts, you may have a right to a buyback, replacement vehicle, or refund under California’s Lemon Law.

What to Do If You Have a Lemon

Under the Lemon Law presumption, your vehicle is a lemon if it’s undergone four or more failed repair attempts, or at least two failed repairs for a defect that’s a safety hazard. As long as your vehicle repairs were covered under the original warranty, it may qualify for a lemon law claim.

If your car is a lemon, save copies of all repair orders or invoices, save receipts for related out-of-pocket expenses, and call the Garden Grove Lemon Law attorneys at Young & Young APC before the manufacturer attempts to send you to arbitration—which only benefits them.

A Lemon Law claim applies to a purchased vehicle, a leased car, or a used car if it’s still under its original warranty.

California Statute of Limitations for Lemon Law Claims

California has a time limit in place for lemon law claims. Once there is a viable claim, vehicle owners have up to four years in which to file a valid claim.

Call Our Garden Grove Lemon Law Attorneys Today

A vehicle is a significant expenditure for most Garden Grove residents. Driving a vehicle with one or more defective parts is not only irritating, it’s unsafe and unfair. You are entitled to get what you’ve paid for. The California Lemon Law protects consumers by compelling vehicle manufacturers to follow through with their promises. We’re ready to take action on your behalf. Call Young & Young APC today so we can evaluate your case and get started.