The San Bernardino lemon law attorneys at Young & Young APC exclusively represent consumers pursuing claims under the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, better known as the California lemon law. Our lemon law attorneys work diligently to quickly and aggressively resolve lemon law claims on behalf of consumers in San Bernardino County and throughout all of California. Our expertise in California lemon law allows us to strategically prosecute lemon law claims for our clients. Our San Bernardino lemon law firm is committed to providing clients with the utmost professional lemon law attorneys in San Bernardino County. The lemon law attorneys at Young & Young APC are devoted to holding auto manufacturers financially responsible for their defective products by enforcing consumer rights under the California lemon law. Our lemon law attorneys will pursue your claim to the fullest extent in order to obtain the highest settlement possible. Young & Young APC is recognized as a leading lemon law firm in San Bernardino County for various reasons:
- Exclusive Lemon Law Practice: Our attorneys exclusively handle California lemon law claims, which allows our lemon law attorneys to remain up to date on the manufacturer’s strategies. This has proven to be a key component in obtaining favorable resolutions for our clients.
- Strategic Advantage: Our firm offers lemon law representation in California statewide, including San Bernardino County and the surrounding areas.
- Respected Lemon Law Attorneys: Our San Bernardino lemon law attorneys have a respected reputation amongst manufacturers and their attorneys. This has proven to be a key factor in securing quick resolutions.
- Individualized Client Attention: Our lemon law experts are well versed in prosecuting the California lemon law while maintaining a focus on superior client service. Unlike other firms, we do not push cases off to paralegals and/or junior associates. Your case will always be handled by an experienced lemon law attorney.
- Successful Record: Our lemon law firm has a 99% success rate. Our firm is recognized as a leading lemon law firm in San Bernardino County and has a reputation for providing the best lemon law representation throughout all of California.
If you purchased or leased a defective new or used “lemon” vehicle in San Bernardino County, the California lemon law firm of Young & Young APC is here to discuss what legal remedies may be available to you. We encourage you to contact our California lemon law attorneys in San Bernardino for a free lemon law case evaluation.
Strategic Advantage to Hiring a San Bernardino County Lemon Law Attorney
Young & Young APC specializes in prosecuting the California lemon law in San Bernardino County and throughout all of California. If you are considering pursuing a lemon law claim in San Bernardino, you need experienced representation on your side. The San Bernardino lemon law attorneys at Young & Young APC have the knowledge and experience necessary to help you secure a prosperous lemon law resolution.
Our attorneys prosecute California lemon law claims in Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Big Bear Lake, Chino, Chino Hills, Colton, Fontana, Hesperia, Highland, Lake Arrowhead, Loma Linda, Lucerne Valley, Montclair, Needles, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, Rialto, Running Springs, San Bernardino, Upland, Victorville, Yucaipa, Yucca Valley, San Bernardino County, and throughout all of California.
How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Lemon Law Attorney?
The California lemon law firm of Young & Young APC does not charge our clients for attorney’s fees or costs. A specific provision of the California lemon law allows us to collect our attorney’s fees and cost from the manufacturer, which makes it economically feasible for consumers to pursue a lemon law claim. Our San Bernardino legal team will provide a free lemon law case evaluation, document review, and attorney consultation. You pay nothing out of pocket when you hire our firm.
Experienced San Bernardino Lemon Law Attorneys
The California lemon law was constructed to protect consumers who have purchased or leased a defective vehicle within the manufacturer’s warranty period. To qualify under the California lemon law, a vehicle must have a defect or “nonconformity” which is a substantial impairment to the use, value, or safety of the vehicle. The manufacturer must be given a “reasonable” number of opportunities to repair the vehicle’s defect. If the manufacturer is unable to repair the nonconformity within a “reasonable” amount of attempts they are obligated to promptly repurchase or replace the defective vehicle. Auto manufacturers hire defense attorneys who specialize in fighting lemon law claims, which is why it is essential that you have an experienced lemon law attorney on your side. Our San Bernardino lemon law attorneys have years of experience resolving the complex challenges that often arise in a lemon law case. If you have purchased or leased a “lemon” vehicle, our lemon law experts will work diligently with you to secure the relief you deserve.
How Many Repair Attempts Do I Need For my Vehicle to be a Lemon?
The California lemon law states that in order for a vehicle to qualify as a “lemon” it must be presented to the dealership for a “reasonable” amount of repair attempts. The lemon law does not state a specific number of repair attempts to determine what qualifies as “reasonable.” A “reasonable” number of repair attempts is based on the severity of the defect and determined on a case-by-case basis. This could mean as few as two repair opportunities for safety-related defects or more attempts for less serious defects. This requirement may also be satisfied if the vehicle is in the repair facility for a cumulative total of more than 30 days for repair (not necessarily all at one time).
Can I file a California Lemon Law Claim if My Repair Attempts Did Not Occur in the Vehicle’s First 18 Months or 18,000 Miles of Use?
Yes, there is a common misconception that the California lemon law only applies to vehicles that are less than eighteen months old or have been driven less than 18,000 miles. The California lemon law applies to vehicles that were sold within the manufacturers original warranty period, which have a defect that the manufacturer cannot repair within a “reasonable” amount of repair attempts. You may file a California lemon law claim so long as your repair attempts occurred within the manufacturer’s original warranty period, regardless of whether the repairs were within the first eighteen months or 18,000 miles.
Does the California Lemon Law Apply to Used Vehicles?
Yes, the California lemon law applies to new and used vehicles.
Does the California Lemon Law Apply to Leased Vehicles?
Yes, the California lemon law applies to vehicles leased, financed, and purchased outright.
If My Vehicle Qualifies as a “Lemon”, What Remedies are Available to Me?
If you have been sold a lemon vehicle, you are entitled to financial relief through the California lemon law. Under the California lemon law, you may be entitled to one of 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);
- A replacement vehicle of the same MSRP value as your defective vehicle; or
- A cash settlement.
About San Bernardino County
San Bernardino is best known for lying along the iconic Route 66 Highway. San Bernardino city hosts an annual “Rendezvous Back to Route 66” car show and cruise. San Bernardino County is considered to be a portion of the “Inland Empire”, which is generally defined to include the overall San Bernardino and Riverside area. San Bernardino County is amongst some of the most populous counties in the United States and is the second-largest city in the Inland Empire. According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2019 estimates, San Bernardino County has a population of approximately 2,180,085 people. The Department of Motor Vehicle’s records indicates that 1,341,914 automobiles and 371,228 trucks were registered in San Bernardino County last year. If you are one of the 2.1 million residents of San Bernardino County, do not hesitate to call the San Bernardino lemon law attorneys at Young & Young APC for your free lemon law consultation.