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Does your car have a substantial defect despite multiple repair attempts? Manufacturing mistakes or design errors sometimes leave a California consumer with a vehicle that spends more time in the repair shop than on the road. Despite the considerable cost of a new vehicle, manufacturers are rarely in a hurry to make things right for their buyers. Does this mean you should pucker up and accept that you’re stuck with a lemon? No. The lemon law lawyers in Orange understand the frustration of making monthly payments on a vehicle that’s unreliable or unsafe. You may be entitled to a refund, buyback, or replacement vehicle. Call the Orange lemon law attorneys at Young & Young APC today so we can begin prompt action on your case.

Why Choose Us for Your Lemon Law Lawyers in Orange?

At Young & Young APC, we believe in every purchaser’s right to get what they’re promised by a manufacturer, especially when a family’s safety on the road is at stake. We put our decades of experience with the California Lemon Law behind every client’s case. With our Lemon Law lawyers in Orange, you can expect the following:

  • A results-oriented legal team dedicated to making things right in your unique Lemon Law case
  • A free case evaluation and attorney fees paid by the manufacturer
  • Decades of trial experience to put a powerful voice behind your Lemon Law claim in Orange
  • A process we’ve streamlined through decades of experience for prompt action and the best possible outcome for your case

Our case results in recovering millions of dollars with a 99% success rate tells you and the manufacturer of your vehicle that your case is in good hands.

What Is California Lemon Law?

The Lemon Law in California is legally entitled the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act under California Civil Code §§ 1790 et seq. This statute provides consumer protection for those who purchase or lease a vehicle that continues to have a defect after a reasonable number of repair attempts, requiring the vehicle’s manufacturer to buy back the vehicle or replace it. Under the Lemon Law, the repurchase of a defective vehicle by the manufacturer must include reimbursement of the vehicle’s down payment, monthly payments made, and the remaining balance of the loan.

Does My Vehicle Qualify as a Lemon?

The term, “reasonable number of repair attempts” is analyzed on a case-by-case basis. However, your vehicle presumptively qualifies if it meets certain conditions. A vehicle is presumed to be a lemon and qualifies for a buyback or replacement under the following conditions:

  • The defect first appeared within 18 months of the vehicle’s purchase or the first 18,000 miles driven
  • The defect was covered under the vehicle’s warranty
  • The vehicle has undergone four or more failed repair attempts and remains defective, or
  • The vehicle has undergone two or more failed repair attempts if the defect is a significant safety hazard, or
  • The vehicle has spent 30 or more days in the repair shop (not necessarily consecutively)

If your vehicle meets the above criteria, you may be entitled to a refund, buyback, or replacement vehicle.

How Long Does It Take to Settle a Lemon Law Claim In Orange County, California?

Most California Lemon Law claims take at least a few months to reach a resolution with the manufacturer. If the case is complex or disputed by the manufacturer it could require additional time to resolve. At Young & Young APC, we prepare every case as though we are going to trial, giving us greater bargaining power during negotiations with the manufacturer.

Call Our Orange Lemon Law Attorneys Today

Purchasing a car is a substantial expenditure for most consumers, including car buyers in Orange, California who expect safe reliable transportation in exchange for their investment. If your new, leased, or used vehicle (still under warranty) is a lemon under the California Lemon Law, reach out to the Orange Lemon Law lawyers at Young & Young APC so we can begin a strategy for a resolution in your case.