There’s nothing like a brand-new car. We love the smooth engine purr, shiny new paint, pristine seats, and that unbeatable new car smell. But when you realize your new car spends more time in the shop than on the road, you might suspect you’ve bought a lemon. How do you know if your new vehicle qualifies for a lemon law buyback or refund? And what if you bought a used car or leased your car—are you stuck with a lemon?
The Long Beach Lemon Law lawyers at Young & Young APC can answer all your California Lemon Law questions. Call or contact our Long Beach Lemon Law attorneys today so we can begin working on your buyback, refund, or replacement vehicle.
At Young & Young APC, we have deep compassion for those who’ve enjoyed the exciting experience of buying a new car, only to be disappointed by repeated unsuccessful repair attempts—or worse, a safety hazard that puts you and your family at risk behind the wheel. No one should have to make lemonade when they’re sold a lemon. By letting the Long Beach Lemon Law attorneys at Young & Young APC represent you in your case, you’ll enjoy the following advantages:
Young & Young Lemon Law lawyers in Long Beach offer free consultations and don’t require an in-person office visit. You’ll know within 24 hours of your call whether you have a valid Lemon Law claim in California. We’re ready to take on your claim and hold car mega-manufacturers accountable at no cost to you.
Like all legal claims, California’s Lemon Law only applies to problem vehicles that meet the state’s specific requirements. In order to qualify for a Lemon Law buyback in Long Beach or throughout the state, the following must apply:
California consumers who’ve purchased vehicles with defects that haven’t been resolved after repeated repair attempts have protection under the California Lemon Law. The attorneys at Young & Young APC understand the hardship families face when a vehicle spends more time in the shop than on the road. We’re ready to help you resolve the issue with one of the following options:
All at no cost to you. Accountability in the auto industry means car-makers must pay your attorney fees.
Buying a used car doesn’t have to mean you’re stuck with a lemon. If your used vehicle was purchased with a written warranty and had repairs covered under the original factory warranty, it may qualify for a lemon law claim. Leased vehicles with repeated failed repair attempts also qualify for Lemon Law refunds.
If you’re ready to let the experienced California Lemon Law lawyers in Long Beach fight for the compensation you deserve after purchasing a lemon, call or contact our law office today so we can begin a strong strategy for your claim at no cost to you.
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