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Lemon Law

The California Lemon Law (Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, codified as California Civil Code sections 1790 et seq.) is designed to protect consumers who have purchased or leased vehicles for personal or commercial use. Under California law, if a vehicle maker is unable to repair a sold or leased vehicle to match its written warranty after a reasonable number of attempts, the maker must promptly replace or repurchase the vehicle.

Lemon Law

Simply put, the California Lemon Law is an additional level of protection given to consumers in the State of California who have purchased or leased a vehicle that requires repeated repairs or is in the repair shop for long periods of time while under the original manufacturer’s warranty.

When you purchase or lease a new vehicle (or a used vehicle with a factory warranty) in the State of California, the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, better known as the California Lemon Law, can be a very powerful tool when dealing with the giant vehicle manufacturers. The California Lemon Law covers new and used cars, pickup trucks, vans, SUVs, motor homes, and several other means of transportation.

Our law firm represents only clients with legitimate Lemon Law claims, which allows us to be very well respected by our colleagues, clients, judges, and automobile manufacturers.

We believe in unwavering integrity in our industry and strive to represent our clients as best we can without compromising honesty and ethical standards.

Please contact our office or fill out our no-obligation contact form for a free consultation.

Upon completion of our review of documents and facts provided by you, we will be better positioned to advise you about the merits of your California Lemon Law claim.