At Shainfeld Law, our California lemon law attorney knows how quickly the excitement of buying or leasing a new vehicle can wear off when the car, truck, or SUV starts exhibiting signs that it may be defective.

After nearly 15 years and thousands of successful California Lemon Law cases behind us, we understand the frustration, anger, and sadness that comes with all the trips to the dealership or authorized mechanic only to determine that the defective issue cannot be fixed.

Now what?

Fortunately, The Song-Beverly Act protects Californians with a consumer-friendly Lemon Law that allows our attorneys to provide the legal remedy necessary to force the manufacturer to either replace, repair, or provide a cash settlement for your defective vehicle.

The question then becomes, what is the average California Lemon Law settlement?

The answer is, it depends.

Here is why.

All California Lemon Law Cases are Unique

Like most legal claims, the outcome for a Lemon Law claim will differ for nearly everyone.

Your lemon law settlement in California can vary widely from another person’s compensation options based on the make, model, and age of the vehicle, and its current mileage and purchase price.

Generally, the newer the vehicle and the more you paid, the higher the settlement amount will be.

California Lemon Law Attorneys Can Help Pursue a Better Outcome

When you partner with our lemon law attorney in California at Shainfeld Law, we will outline your complete compensation needs and the best solution for your unique case.

Depending on your needs, the vehicle’s type, and age, your solution may vary from a cash settlement, repairs, or a complete vehicle replacement.

One thing that is generally true is that consumers with lemon law attorneys by their side tend to produce a better outcome for their settlements than the vehicle’s owner may accomplish alone.

That is because we know what it takes to succeed, including a valid copy of your vehicle’s manufacturer’s warranty, documents and service records that you have pursued the qualifying number of reasonable vehicle repair attempts, and your overall account of how the defective vehicle has created challenges throughout its ownership, so we can demand the necessary solutions before the statute of limitations expires.

Contact Our Knowledgeable California Lemon Law Attorneys Today for a Free Consultation

If your car, truck, or SUV is still under warranty, and you believe it is defective but are not getting straight answers from the dealership or mechanic, contact our experienced Los Angeles County Lemon Law attorney at Shainfeld Law, P.C., today by calling 888-567-2279 or request a free consultation online. We will outline your legal rights and options to hold the manufacturer liable for the proper solution or settlement, so you can move forward with confidence.