California Lemon Law Attorneys

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When we buy a new car we expect years of safety and reliability. Sadly, some manufacturers produce defective vehicles that spend more time in the repair shop than on the road. Many times they also protect their profits at the consumer’s expense. California’s Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act—the Lemon Law—protects a consumer’s right to hold a vehicle manufacturer accountable when they’re sold an unsafe or defective vehicle.

If your vehicle has a significant defect despite repeated repair attempts, the Westminster Lemon Law Lawyers at Young & Young APC are ready to take action and achieve prompt results. Call our Westminster Law Office so we can get started on your California Lemon Law Claim.

Why Choose Us at Young & Young APC?

The attorneys at Young & Young APC understand the frustration of a car that requires continual repairs while a manufacturer resists living up to the terms of their warranty. We’ve helped thousands of clients recover their losses through a successful Lemon Law Claim resulting in a refund, buyback, or replacement vehicle. We offer significant advantages to your Lemon Law Claim, including the following:

  • Free, no-office-visit consultations and no attorney’s fees—the manufacturer of your defective vehicle must pay your legal costs
  • A success rate of over 99% to put a powerful voice behind your California Lemon Law claim in Westminster
  • Professional service with representation by attorneys with sincere compassion for consumers who’ve purchased or leased a vehicle only to find their family in an unsafe, unreliable car

Your Lemon Law attorney at Young & Young APC understands your frustration. Let us make things right through assertive legal action in your Lemon Law case.

Does My Vehicle Qualify as a Lemon?

According to the Lemon Law in California, a vehicle is a lemon if it remains faulty after a “reasonable number of repair attempts.” Since the initial passing of the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, the state has clarified the vague terms with the “Lemon Law Presumption.” A vehicle is presumed to be a lemon under the following circumstances:

  • The defect first appeared during the first 18,000 miles driven or within the first 18 months of purchase
  • The problem is covered under the manufacturer’s warranty
  • The vehicle has had four or more failed repair attempts
  • The vehicle has undergone two or more failed repair attempts for a defect that presents a safety hazard
  • The vehicle has been off the road for 30 or more days (not necessarily consecutively)

All of the above criteria lower the vehicle’s worth or use to the consumer, making it a presumptive lemon under the law.

What Types of Remedies Are Available to You?

California’s Lemon Law holds manufacturers accountable for cars with substantial defects. With a successful Lemon Law claim, the manufacturer of your defective new, leased, or used vehicle (if it’s still under warranty) must buy the vehicle back, or replace it with a vehicle of similar style and value. The manufacturer must also pay your legal fees and out-of-pocket expenses for rental cars and rideshare trips.

Is There a Time Limit on Filing a Lemon Law Claim?

California places a time limit on Lemon Law compensation claims. A vehicle owner has up to four years to file their California Lemon Law claim under the state’s Statute of Limitations.

Contact Our Westminster Lemon Law Attorneys Today

No one should be stuck with a lemon when they’ve purchased what they thought was safe, reliable transportation. You and your family deserve a vehicle that’s dependable on the roadway rather than constantly in the shop for futile repair attempts. Call the Lemon Law lawyers in Westminster who have decades of experience in resolving Lemon Law claims with fast action. At Young & Young APC, we’re ready to hold powerful vehicle manufacturers accountable and get you and your family back on the road.