Our California lemon law attorney at Shainfeld Law provides free consultations for consumers who believe their defective vehicle may be eligible for a California Lemon Law claim because we know the criteria for seeking a resolution from the manufacturer can be complex.
First, each California lemon law claim is unique, and evaluated on a case-by-case basis, so our clients understand how the burden of proof is satisfied.
In short, if you have purchased or leased a vehicle that is under a manufacturer’s warranty and believes it has a defect or several issues that impact the car’s operation that a mechanic cannot fix after a qualifying number of reasonable vehicle repair attempts, you may have a lemon.
But what happens when the dealership or auto repair shop fixes some of the consumer’s car problems but leaves others?
Do I Still Have a Claim if the Mechanic Fixed One Defect But My Car is Still Not Working Properly?
When a vehicle is defective whether it is the transmission, engine, brakes, locks, windows, or a navigation system – that issue often leads to other issues that are directly related to the malfunction.
Often, the dealership or certified mechanic will focus on what they consider the “biggest” defect, leaving smaller — yet still defective issues leaving the consumer with more questions than answers.
If this is the case for you and your vehicle, it is not uncommon. As a consumer, especially one who has purchased or leased a vehicle that is under warranty, you have the right to a vehicle free from material defects.
If your vehicle has additional defects that remain unaddressed by the dealership or certified mechanic, contact our skilled lemon law attorney in California today to discuss your case during a free consultation.
Contact Our Skilled California Lemon Law Attorney at Shainfeld Law for a Free Consultation
When our California lemon law protection presents an ongoing debate with your vehicle’s manufacturer, talk to an attorney with experience in handling lemon law cases involving multiple car defects to help increase your chances of filing a successful claim.
If you are experiencing ongoing mechanical trouble with a vehicle that is still under its manufacturer’s warranty whether it is a single defect or multiple problems that cannot be fixed 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 learn more about your legal rights and options to pursue the manufacturer for your full recovery.