At Shainfeld Law, our experienced California lemon law attorney has spent over a decade fighting for consumers by outlining our consumer protection laws in straightforward terms that produce solutions for each of our client’s unique needs.
Our California Lemon Laws are no exception.
We know our clients count on their vehicles to get to work, take their kids to school, and obtain the day-to-day household items they need to thrive.
When they are consistently struggling with potentially defective vehicles, we want to hear about their troubles right away — before it is too late to pursue our lemon laws for their recovery.
Our lemon law attorney in California has the information and advice our clients need to pursue results, but two definitive issues highlight your opportunity for lemon law consumer protection:
- Whether you obtained a manufacturer’s car warranty at the time the vehicle was purchased or leased
- How much time has passed since that car warranty went into effect
When a consumer purchases or leases a vehicle, the warranty provided by the manufacturer promises that the material and workmanship behind its construction is defect-free or will meet a specified level of performance over a specific period.
The same contract also provides for the refund, repair, or replacement of the vehicle if the vehicle fails to meet the specifications set forth under its manufacturer’s warranty.
Simply put, when our California lemon law attorney pursues the manufacturer for the recovery options available, we will be asking that the court force the manufacturer to honor the vehicle warranty provided to the consumer when they purchased the vehicle.
When is it Too Late to Contact an Attorney and Pursue a Lemon Law Claim in California?
There are two times when it is too late to contact a California lemon law attorney to pursue a claim: If you did not secure a warranty upon purchasing the vehicle, or if your vehicle warranty has already expired.
Do Not Assume Your Opportunity to File a Lemon Law Claim Has Passed: Contact Our Experienced California Lemon Law Attorney Today to Discuss Your Claim
If you have questions about potentially filing a lemon law claim and increasing your chances of obtaining the relief you deserve, contact our experienced California lemon law attorney as soon as you believe your vehicle is defective, or if you have pursued the qualifying number of reasonable vehicle repair attempts, and your vehicle cannot be fixed, contact our experienced Los Angeles County Lemon Law attorney at Lemon Law Now, today by calling 888-567-2279 or request a free consultation online to learn more about your legal options.