Navigating California Lemon Law
When you invest in a new vehicle, you expect that vehicle to have years of driving ahead of it. Unfortunately, some vehicles have serious defects. If your vehicle suffers from mechanical issues and breaks down frequently, it may be a “lemon.”
Thankfully, California’s lemon law offers protection to people whose vehicles have defects that manufacturers cannot repair. At The Law Offices of Natan Davoodi, we help buyers and lessees throughout the legal process after they have purchased defective vehicles. We can offer experienced guidance on your options, answer your questions and help you fight for your rights in or out of the courtroom.
How Does California Law Address ‘Lemons’?
When a manufacturer cannot repair a vehicle’s issues after a “reasonable number” of attempts, that car could be considered a “lemon.” The California Lemon Law addresses many vehicles purchased for personal use or business use that were sold or leased in California and covered by the manufacturer’s warranty. This includes cars, trucks, vans and even the propulsion portion of motor homes.
In California, the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act requires manufacturers to repurchase or replace these faulty products. As a result, buyers and lessees may be entitled to refunds for their vehicles or replacement vehicles.
Reach Out To The Law Offices of Natan Davoodi
When your car is a lemon, the right attorney can help you fight to make it right. Our attorneys have a 99% success rate on lemon law cases, and we are ready to put those skills and experience to work for you. Contact us online or call our Los Angeles office at 310-558-2983 to learn more.