Suppose you bought a new or used vehicle with a serious safety defect that can’t be fixed. In that case, the California Lemon Law may help you. The Lemon Law in California is strict. If your vehicle qualifies, you may be able to get a substantially identical new car or a refund.
The California Lemon Law
Your first step in determining whether you have a lemon or not and what to do about it is to contact an experienced lawyer. Some questions you can have answered include:
- Do Lemon Laws apply to private party sales?
- Is There A Time Limit To Pursue A Lemon Law Claim?
You can have all your Lemon Law questions answered at no charge. Your case review is FREE.
What the California Lemon Law Requires
You may be entitled to a buyback or replacement of your vehicle, after a “reasonable” number of repair attempts, cannot be repaired, and:
- The manufacturer’s new-vehicle warranty covers the problem;
- Essentially reduces the use, value, or safety of the vehicle; and
- The problem was not caused by prohibited or unwarrantable use.
Call to request a FREE consultation. The attorneys will review all of the standards under the Lemon Law and other legal protections that may apply.
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For more information about your Lemon Law rights, contact Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center online.
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