At Shainfeld Law, our San Diego lemon law attorney understands the stress that comes with car trouble. And when those problems persist, and cannot be fixed by a mechanic after a qualifying number of reasonable repair attempts, you may have a legitimate lemon law claim under our California Lemon Law.

If you purchased or leased a vehicle that is under the manufacturer’s warranty in California, and are experiencing consistent trips to the dealership or certified mechanic, only to have the problem persist, contact our San Diego County lemon law attorney today to discuss your legal rights and options to pursue the manufacturer for your complete recovery.

Our state and federal laws allow our law firm to pursue and collect all legal fees and costs directly from the manufacturer, so you never pay for our services out of pocket.

What Evidence is Required to Prove a Lemon Law Claim in California?

Our California Lemon Law is far-reaching and puts the best interests of the consumer first.

At Shainfeld Law, our San Diego lemon law attorney believes in using our laws to better the lives of our California residents, so they are not stuck with driving a potentially dangerous vehicle.

If your vehicle is under a manufacturer’s warranty and is exhibiting any of the following issues, you may have a legitimate lemon law claim.

That includes:

  1. The vehicle issue(s) impairs its use, safety, or value
  2. The vehicle has a faulty defect(s)
  3. After multiple repair attempts by the manufacturer or dealership the vehicle cannot be repaired

Contact our experienced San Diego lemon law attorneys to discuss your vehicle, the type of trouble you are experiencing, and your repair history today — before your warranty expires.

Vehicles that were purchased without a warranty — or had their warranties expire — cannot pursue a Lemon Law claim in California.

How Many Repairs Does It Take for a Vehicle to Qualify as a Lemon in California?

Not all repairs or part replacement needs qualify a car, truck, or SUV as a lemon in California.

The California Lemon Law Presumption requires the qualifying number of repairs attempts as when:

If you have been experiencing the same trouble with your vehicle, and the trips to the dealership or certified mechanic are becoming longer and more frequent, contact our skilled lemon law attorney in San Diego today to discuss your case, so you can learn more about your legal options.

How Do I Reach a Successful Outcome During a California Lemon Law Claim?

All California lemon law claims are unique and must be approached with a customized legal strategy to reach success.

Once it is determined that the dealership or manufacturer cannot repair the vehicle defect, they must provide our clients with options to make the consumer whole again.

That may include:

If you believe you have a lemon and are frustrated with the ongoing mechanical issues associated with your car, contact our experienced lemon law attorney in San Diego today to discuss your case during a free consultation.

What Types of Vehicles are Covered Under the California Lemon Law?

The California Department of Consumer Affairs outlines each vehicle or vessel that the California Lemon Law covers.

The most important component of the purchases or leases is that the following vehicles must include a manufacturer’s warranty to qualify for our California lemon law.

They include:

If you have a vehicle, vessel, or recreational vehicle that is exhibiting defects and cannot be fixed by the dealership or certified mechanic, contact our skilled San Diego lemon law attorney to discuss your case during a free consultation.

Are My Appliances Covered Under the California Lemon Law?

The Federal Appliance Lemon Law that was created by The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975, entitles consumers to protection for defective household items.

There are a few rules that apply for eligibility, including the item must:

Items covered under the appliance lemon law may include but are not limited to

The manufacturer is entitled to attempt to repair the product before offering to repurchase, replace, refund the value, or offer a cash settlement to the owner.

Hardworking San Diego Residents Deserve Consumer Protection Laws

The Port of San Diego is home to multiple defense contractors that are headquartered there, including Cubic Corporation, General Atomics, and General Dynamics NASSCO.

Home to the largest naval fleet in the world, San Diego includes multiple military posts, including U.S. Navy facilities, Marine Corps bases, and Coast Guard stations.

In addition, approximately 15,000 companies in San Diego County rely on Department of Defense contracts for revenue.

The largest employers in San Diego include:

No matter where you work or live in San Diego, you have rights as a consumer.

If you are experiencing ongoing car problems and are still under the manufacturer’s warranty, contact our skilled San Diego County Lemon Law attorney at Shainfeld Law, P.C., today by calling 310-295-1888 or request a free consultation online to learn more about your legal rights and options to hold the manufacturer for your full financial recovery.

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