At Shainfeld Law, P.C., our California lemon law attorney in Los Angeles knows that some California consumers are willing to live with a vehicle defect, simply because they believe filing a claim against the manufacturer is going to be a significant hassle that requires time and money to pursue success.
The reality is, the California Lemon Law was designed with the consumer in mind, so they can partner with a skilled attorney and reach a legal remedy without being overwhelmed by the process.
The lemon law covers a wide variety of defects, and our law firm has a 99% success rate, and typically produces results in as little as 30-60 days.
Here are a few other reasons why it is worth it to file a California lemon law claim.
It Does Not Cost the Vehicle Owner a Dime to File a California Lemon Law Claim
Two things will keep a consumer from pursuing a legal claim for any reason, including a California lemon law claim: Time and money.
The good news is, when you partner with an experienced California lemon lawyer like ours, we will do all the legwork, which means you can move forward with your daily activities without a second thought. The better news is, when we win your lemon law case, the vehicle’s manufacturer will be liable for our attorney fees and related costs.
This means you pay nothing out of pocket.
Your Legal Remedy May Include a New Vehicle, Refund, or Cash Settlement
To pursue a successful lemon law claim in California, we must prove:
- The vehicle is under the original manufacturer’s warranty.
- The vehicle has a defect that substantially impairs the vehicle’s value or safety.
- The vehicle has undergone a qualifying number of repair attempts, or in the repair shop for a total of 30 days or moreand repairs have not been made or were unsuccessful.
When we can prove each criterion, you may be entitled to a legal remedy that fits your unique recovery needs, which may include:
- The manufacturer can replace your vehicle.
- The manufacturer can repurchase your vehicle.
- The manufacturer can offer a cash settlement for the defect, and you keep the vehicle.
If your vehicle is still under warranty and is exhibiting signs of a defect that cannot be fixed by the dealership or a certified mechanic, contact our experienced Los Angeles lemon law attorney at Shainfeld Law, P.C., today by calling 310-295-1888 or request a free consultation online.