What Consumers Should Know About Lemon Law
The complexities of the California Lemon Law can leave even the savviest consumer looking for answers. At the Law Offices of Todd M. Friedman, we have the answers you are looking for. You can rely on us for honest and aggressive representation focused on asserting your consumer rights.
From our location in Woodland Hills, California and our additional locations in Ohio, Illinois and Pennsylvania, we represent consumers in Los Angeles and throughout the nation. Call us today at 323-285-3255 or send us an email.
Nationwide Lemon Law Information
Is my car a lemon? If your car, truck or other motor vehicle has a performance issue that has not been resolved in a reasonable time frame under warranty, you may be able to pursue a lemon law claim.
What is the Lemon Law? Officially known as the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, the California Lemon Law provides protections to consumers who purchase a vehicle that fails to perform.
Are recreational vehicles such as motor homes and campers covered by the Lemon Law? Yes.
Are boats, Jet Skis and other watercraft covered by the Lemon Law? Yes.
Do I need an attorney to pursue a lemon law claim? Having an attorney is not a prerequisite to exercising your consumer rights, but it is helpful. Warranty law is complex, even for some attorneys. Having a knowledgeable attorney on your side with the resources to resolve a contested case can lead to a favorable outcome more quickly than pursuing the claim on your own.
How many repair attempts are required before a vehicle is considered a lemon? Depending on the nature of the performance issue or defect, one to three repair attempts will be attempted within a specific time frame.
What is my next step? If you believe your car qualifies as a lemon, contact our firm today for a free consultation with a lawyer. At the Law Offices of Todd M. Friedman, P.C., you will speak directly with an attorney from our firm. Our approach alleviates uncertainty and saves time because you work directly with your lawyer.