California Lemon Law Attorneys

Pasadena Lemon Law Lawyers

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The Pasadena lemon law attorneys at Young & Young APC only handle California lemon law cases. Our team of attorneys represents consumers in Pasadena, Altadena, Glendale, Burbank, Los Angeles, and throughout California. If you think you leased or purchased a lemon vehicle from a dealership, you need a dedicated and experienced team of attorneys on your side. Our attorneys have successfully resolved lemon law claims against every major auto manufacturer. Unlike other lemon law firms, we do not charge our clients retainer fees or contingency fees. Our goal is to obtain the best possible results for our clients. When you hire our firm, you pay nothing out of pocket for experienced lemon law attorneys in Pasadena and throughout California.

If you are tired of taking your vehicle to the dealership for warranty repairs, contact our California lemon law attorneys in Pasadena today. We offer free lemon law consultations, carefully review your case and provide valuable information so that you may confidently pursue your legal rights. Call us today at (833) 536-6600 (833 LEMON-00).

Should I Hire a Lemon Law Attorney to Pursue My Claim?

Auto manufacturers and car dealers and have “customer assistance” personnel and attorneys that specialize in California lemon law claims. Our Pasadena lemon law attorneys have the experience and resources that you need to level the playing field and obtain the results you deserve. Our team of lemon law attorneys will aggressively fight to protect your rights and get the compensation you deserve.

Do not let the manufacturer or dealer give you the runaround or take advantage of you. When you hire our firm, you get a team of experienced and dedicated lemon law attorneys that will fight for you. We will fully explain the process each step of the way so that you understand your options. Manufacturers and dealerships may mislead you regarding your California lemon law rights. Unlike in other states, California does not require consumers to participate in the arbitration to resolve their Lemon Law claims. You are also entitled to specific statutory damages.

We are dedicated to protecting our clients’ lemon law rights in Pasadena, the greater Los Angeles area, and throughout California. Our lawyers have large national law firm litigation experience. We use this experience to effectively and aggressively prosecute lemon law claims on behalf of our clients.

Pasadena Lemon Law Attorneys at Young & Young APC Will Help Protect Your Rights

The California lemon law protects Pasadena residents that have purchased or leased a new or used vehicle within the manufacturer’s original warranty period. In California, the lemon law requires a manufacturer to promptly repurchase or replace a vehicle when the dealership is unable to repair it after a “reasonable” number of repair attempts or within a reasonable amount of time.

What Counts as a Reasonable Number of Repair Attempts Under the California Lemon Law?

The California lemon law does not state a required number of repair attempts. A “reasonable” number of repair attempts is determined on a case-by-case basis in relation to the type of the vehicle’s defect. For safety-related defects, this could mean as few as two repair opportunities at the manufacturer’s authorized repair facility. This requirement may also be satisfied if the vehicle is in the repair facility for a cumulative total of over 30 days for repair (not necessarily all at one time).

What Remedies Are Available if My Car Qualifies as a Lemon?

If you have been sold a lemon vehicle, you could be entitled to compensation through the California lemon law. At Young & Young APC, our practice is exclusively dedicated to prosecuting California lemon law claims and we provide free lemon law attorney consultations in Pasadena and throughout the state. Under the California lemon law, you may be entitled to the following:

  • A refund of all amounts paid or payable for the purchase or lease of your vehicle (less a statutory mileage offset or “good use” credit for miles driven before the first repair attempt); or
  • A replacement vehicle that is substantially identical to the subject vehicle; or
  • A cash settlement.