At Shainfeld Law, our lemon law attorney knows that when our California residents purchase or lease a vehicle, a manufacturer’s warranty can provide a lot of peace of mind.
The value of a manufacturer’s warranty seems priceless when buying or leasing a new car, as it guarantees the consumer that if anything should go wrong with the vehicle, they will fix it.
What most consumers do not know is, a manufacturer’s warranty also contains a provision for our California Lemon Law, which allows the buyer or leaser to pursue a refund, repair, or replacement options for the motor vehicle.
That means, without a manufacturer’s warranty, you may be on the hook for all maintenance and repairs made to the vehicle going forward.
Securing a Manufacturer’s Warranty Protects You From Living with a Lemon
When consumers decide to buy or lease a car, obtaining a manufacturer’s warranty is a written assurance as to the performance and structure of the vehicle.
When the vehicle does not live up to the coverage outlined in the warranty and has undergone a qualifying number of reasonable vehicle repair attempts before it is determined that the mechanic cannot fix the issue, the owner or leaser may be eligible to file a lemon law claim in California.
Contact our lemon law attorney today to determine whether you have a valid legal claim, so we can pursue the manufacturer for the compensation you deserve.
Contact Our Lemon Law Attorney in Los Angeles Before Your Warranty Expires
If you have been experiencing serious mechanical trouble with your vehicle and are consistently taking it to the dealership or certified mechanic for the same problem, you may be driving a lemon.
It is important to talk to an experienced lemon law attorney in California to review the maintenance records and your warranty before it expires.
Once the warranty expires, so will your options to pursue consumer relief from the manufacturer.
If you are experiencing ongoing car problems and are still under the manufacturer’s warranty, contact our skilled Los Angeles 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.