Suppose you have purchased a vehicle under warranty in California with a defect that cannot be fixed after a reasonable number of attempts. In that case, you may be eligible to file a California Lemon Law claim. The critical component of filing a lemon law claim is getting the best result.
We can help.
At Shainfeld Law, P.C., our California lemon law attorney represents clients throughout the state who have unknowingly purchased or leased defective vehicles so they are not stuck with a potentially unsafe — and always frustrating — car, truck, or SUV from now on.
Not only does our Los Angeles lemon lawyer manage each detail of our client’s cases to ensure their best interests are protected from the start, but we also have a 99% success rate as lemon lawyers and often settle without a lawsuit in as little as 30-60 days.
Would You Prefer a Vehicle Buyback and Replacement?
Depending on the defect and the individual’s circumstances, a cash settlement may work for some Californians. However, most of our California clients prefer a vehicle buyback or replacement Lemon Law remedy instead of a cash settlement that leaves them with the defective vehicle.
Minus any applicable deductions, like any mileage offset, a Lemon Law vehicle buyback will award the owner the sum of the vehicle payment history, which includes all payments made to date, including interest, and finance charges, along with the loan payoff amount.
Getting the most from your lemon law buyback requires partnering with a skilled Los Angeles lemon lawyer who will ensure all the necessary documentation is in order and that each of your expenses — outside of the vehicle’s overall cost — is included in your claim.
That may include license and registration fees, taxes, other official fees, incidental damages like rental fees, towing fees, repair expenses, and transportation expenses you incurred while your vehicle was in the shop.
A Lemon Law vehicle replacement will usually be the same without the defects; a comparable vehicle will be provided unless that make/model is unavailable. Having a skilled California lemon lawyer by your side during a vehicle replacement remedy is essential, too. This will ensure that your consumer rights are protected and that the manufacturer is not taking advantage of the circumstances by giving you a vehicle that is less than the defective version.
Get the California Lemon Law Help You Need Today: Call Shainfeld Law, P.C.
If you have purchased or leased a vehicle that cannot be repaired after a reasonable number of attempts by the dealership or certified mechanic, contact our experienced Los Angeles County lemon law attorney at Shainfeld Law, P.C., today by calling 310-295-1888 or request a free consultation online to pursue a legal remedy that fits your needs.