If you are experiencing a problem or defect with your GM vehicle that the dealership has been unable to repair within a reasonable number of attempts or amount of time, you may have a “lemon”. Under the California Lemon Law, consumers are entitled to a refund (vehicle buyback), replacement vehicle, or cash settlement from the auto manufacturer of a lemon.
At Young & Young APC, our Lemon Law attorneys can help you go up against GM in pursuit of a remedy for your defective new, certified pre-owned, or leased motor vehicle. We are highly experienced attorneys who exclusively handle Lemon Law cases. We represent clients in Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Francisco, San Jose, Sacramento, Oakland, and throughout California.
General Motors, LLC is one of the largest automotive manufacturing companies in the United States. Founded in 1908, GM has produced hundreds of millions of vehicles that have been distributed around the globe. Unfortunately, many of these vehicles contain defects that can decrease the value of the vehicle and put consumers at risk. Common GM defects include:
If you experience any issue or defect with your GM vehicle, take the car to an authorized dealership for repairs. If the issue cannot be remedied within a reasonable number of attempts or amount of time, it may be a lemon. In California, the defect does not have to have occurred within the first 18 months or 18,000 miles to qualify a consumer for a resolution under the Lemon Law.
In recent years, General Motors has been involved in dozens of serious recalls involving millions of vehicles. A recall is a call to remove a defective vehicle from the market or fix a defect that might endanger the safety of consumers. One of the largest current GM vehicle recalls is for Takata airbags, which may explode upon deployment and injure the driver and vehicle occupants. This recall involves the following GM vehicles:
Another major GM recall is for defective ignition switches. Over three million GM vehicles have been recalled due to faulty ignition switches that can automatically turn a vehicle’s engine off and prevent the airbags from deploying while the vehicle is in motion. This recall involves the following GM models: Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, and Saturn.
Young & Young APC is a team of experienced and knowledgeable Lemon Law attorneys who know how to go up against GM on behalf of our clients. We are fully prepared to negotiate or litigate your GM Lemon Law case to pursue the best possible results. Discuss your defective GM vehicle and the possibility of filing a Lemon Law claim with one of our lawyers today at no cost or obligation. Please call (833) 536-6600 or contact us online to schedule your free case review.
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