If you have a vehicle with problems covered under warranty, you may be entitled to compensation under the California Lemon Law. Also known as the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, the California Lemon Law is a consumer protection statute that provides a remedy for those affected by defective vehicles. We understand the frustration and financial burden that a defective vehicle can cause. Our California Lemon Law attorneys in Orange County solely handle California Lemon Law claims, including claims in Fullerton, Brea, Santa Ana, Anaheim, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Long Beach, Newport Beach and throughout California. Our exclusive Lemon Law practice allows our attorneys to devote 100% of their expertise to strategically and effectively prosecuting Lemon Law claims. Our firm offers an experienced and dedicated team of attorneys who are committed to providing the best Lemon Law lawyers in Fullerton, California and the surrounding areas. Some benefits that the Lemon Law attorneys at Young & Young APC offer:
If you have purchased or leased a defective vehicle in California, we encourage you to contact us for a free Lemon Law attorney consultation. One of our experienced Lemon Law lawyers will evaluate your case and discuss what legal remedies may be available to you. You can contact our Fullerton Lemon Law attorneys at 833-536-6600 (833-LEMON-00).
The California Lemon Law provides protection to consumers who have purchased or leased a defective vehicle within the manufacturer’s original warranty period. In order for a vehicle to qualify under the California Lemon Law, it must have a defect or “nonconformity” that substantially impairs the use, value, or safety of the vehicle. The manufacturer must be given a “reasonable” number of attempts to repair the vehicle. If the manufacturer is unable to repair the defective vehicle within a “reasonable” amount of attempts the auto manufacturer is obligated to promptly repurchase or replace the vehicle.
The California Lemon Law can be complex. Although you do not need an attorney to pursue a Lemon Law claim, the right legal representation can be beneficial when complications arise. An experienced Lemon Law attorney will be able to level the playing field against the law firms representing auto manufacturers. Our attorneys are well practiced in implementing strategies and techniques that have proven to be successful in prosecuting Lemon Law claims. Our firm offers an experienced legal team that will effectively prosecute your claim and fight to get you the maximum recovery possible.
Our Lemon Law firm charges no hidden fees and will hold the manufacturer responsible for payment of the Lemon Law attorney’s fees and cost incurred throughout your case. According to the California Lemon Law, the defendant (i.e. the manufacturer) is responsible for paying the lemon vehicle owner’s reasonable attorney’s fees and cost. At the Lemon Law offices of Young & Young APC, we will provide a free case evaluation, document review, and consultation.
Our attorneys prosecute California Lemon Law claims throughout Orange County, including in Fullerton, Orange, Irvine, Anaheim, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Santa Ana, Laguna Beach, Costa Mesa, San Clemente, Garden Grove, Tustin, Mission Viejo, Dana Point, Yorba Linda, Lake Forest, Brea, Westminster, Buena Park, San Juan Capistrano, Fountain Valley, Seal Beach, Laguna Niguel, Rancho Santa Margarita, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Hills, Cypress, La Habra, Los Alamitos, Ladera Ranch, Stanton, Rossmoor, Midway City, the surrounding areas, and throughout all of California.
The California Lemon Law does not specify an exact number of repair attempts for a vehicle to qualify as a lemon. The law states that there must be a “reasonable” number of repair attempts on the vehicle. The number of repair attempts to satisfy this requirement is determined on a case-by-case basis, depending on the severity of the vehicle’s defect. This requirement may be satisfied by two or more repair attempts for safety-related defects and requires more repair attempts for non-safety related concerns. Alternatively, this requirement may be satisfied if the vehicle has been in the repair facility for a cumulative total of over 30 days (not necessarily at one time).
Yes. The California Lemon Law applies to vehicles with more than 18,000 miles or older than 18 months. A vehicle may qualify under the California Lemon Law if the vehicle has had multiple warranty repair attempts performed for one or more problems.
Yes. The California Lemon Law applies to purchased, financed, and leased vehicles.
If your vehicle qualifies under the California Lemon Law, you may be entitled to a repurchase, cash settlement, or a replacement vehicle. The buyer of a lemon vehicle is entitled to receive a repurchase or “refund” of the down payment, monthly payments, registration fees, taxes, and incidental expenses incurred for related repairs, rental cars or towing, plus legal fees and costs (minus a statutory mileage offset for the miles driven before the first repair attempt). If you elect to receive a replacement vehicle, it would generally be the same MSRP value as your “lemon” vehicle.
Founded in 1887, Fullerton, California is a city located in northern Orange County. Fullerton is home to California State University-Fullerton and Fullerton College. The area is family-friendly and flourishing with entertainment, food, and ambiance. Fullerton is also home to the busiest train station in Orange County. While some residents commute using the train, others rely on personal transportation. If you are a Fullerton resident that is experiencing recurring warranty related problems with your vehicle, you may qualify for consumer protection under the California Lemon Law. Call our firm today for your free Lemon Law attorney case evaluation.
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