If your life has been negatively affected after purchasing a vehicle that has spent more time in the dealership’s repair center than it has on the roadway, you may begin to wonder if the recurring problems are fixable at all.
At Lemon Law Now , our California lemon law attorney understands how frustrating this can be, which is why we strive to help ease the process of pursuing a claim for recovery under our California Lemon Law Now.
However, like any other legal process, we must present proof of your vehicle’s defects to achieve success, which begins with accurate and detailed car repair records that can help strengthen your California Lemon Law claim
Which Car Repairs Records Do I Need to File a Lemon Law Claim in California?
Our California Lemon Law attorney provides the experience and skill our residents need to develop solutions for their defective vehicle issues, which ultimately results in pursuing the manufacturer to make them whole again. That occurs in one of three ways: A vehicle buy back, a replacement vehicle, or a cash settlement that allows you to keep the vehicle.
To ensure that the protection afforded by our Lemon Law applies to your case, it is important to begin maintaining accurate and detailed repair records immediately after recognizing that your vehicle may be defective.
Ideally, our California lemon law lawyer would like to have a detailed record or log of each car repair attempt.
That may include:
- Repair locations
- Name of the car repair technician
- Diagnostic records listing what the problem was, and how it was resolved
We understand that you may not recognize the extent or severity of your vehicle’s defects until several car repair attempts have been made, which may complicate your ability to maintain vital records. The dealership can provide carries of your maintenance records upon request.
Since our Lemon Law Now requires us to prove the motor vehicle substantially affects its use, value, or safety, you should keep a journal of how the vehicle’s defects have directly affected you.
Consider the details by asking yourself:
- How many times have you been late or missed work because of vehicle defects?
- Was the vehicle’s defect(s) so severe that you were in fear of driving it?
- Were you involved in an accident caused by the vehicle’s defects?
- Did the vehicle breakdown while you were using it, causing you to seek safety?
Each person’s account of how the defective vehicle has affected their personal and professional life will differ, so be sure to create an accurate account of how it has interrupted your day-to-day productivity, so we can add those details as evidence.
Contact Our Shainfeld Law, P.C. Lemon Law Attorney in California for a Free Consultation Today
If you have pursued reasonable repair attempts by the manufacturer or dealership, and your vehicle cannot be repaired, you may have a case. Contact our experienced Lemon Law attorney in California at Lemon Law Now , today by calling (310) 295-1888 or request a free consultation online to learn about your rights and how we can help you pursue the manufacturer for solutions that get you out of the repair shop and back on the road.