At Shainfeld Law, P.C., our California lemon law attorney understands that buying a new or used vehicle that is still under a manufacturer’s warranty gives our residents a form of protection and confidence. Vehicle warranties give our clients some assurances that when their car is malfunctioning, they can get the help they need from the dealership or another certified mechanic.
So, what happens when a vehicle’s defect impacts the car’s safety, value, or use, and a mechanic cannot fix the problem?
Our California Lemon Law attorney is here to help pursue a legal remedy that will return our client’s confidence, so they can achieve the outcome that is right for their unique needs.
Does My Vehicle Have to Be Under the Manufacturer’s Warranty to Qualify for Lemon Law Protection in California?
Yes, which means most new cars are eligible for California Lemon Law protection because they are under the manufacturer’s original warranties.
Used cars that are covered under the California Lemon Law must have one of three specific warranties, including:
- Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Warranty
- Transferred New Car Warranty
- Lemon Law Buyback Warranty
If you are experiencing a vehicle defect, and are unsure of your vehicle’s warranty, and whether it is still in effect, contact our skilled Los Angeles lemon law attorney today to discuss your legal options, so you can act sooner than later.
What is the California Lemon Law Statute of Limitations?
The statute of limitations under California’s Lemon Law is four years from the date you noticed or should have noticed the defect.
The more critical factor in pursuing a successful lemon law claim is that you can prove you made the mandated number of reasonable attempts to have the defect repaired during the warranty period.
How Can Shainfeld Law Help With My California Lemon Law Claim?
Lemon law is not just something we do as part of our legal practice, it is our sole focus, making us the leading lemon law firm in California.
We have a 99% success rate as lemon lawyers and often settle without a lawsuit.
There is never any charge to partner with an attorney to discuss your lemon law options, or for us to file a claim on your behalf. The manufacturer is responsible for all legal fees associated with a lemon law claim in California, so our services cost consumers nothing.
If you are experiencing ongoing mechanical trouble with a vehicle that is still under its manufacturer’s warranty, 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.