Have you recently purchased a new car and found out it has a serious defect or mechanical problem? You’ve come to the right place!
We know that the money and time you are spending in repair shops greatly affect your life! So Margarian law firm is here to help you get back the money you spend on a faulty vehicle or get a replacement!
All you need to do is to call us right now for a free consultation for your lemon law case! But before you dial our number take a look at the below to find out if your car is a lemon and whether you can move forward under the California Lemon Law.
Is Your Car a Lemon?
Under the law of most states, the car must have a “substantial defect” that isn’t caused by the owner after the purchase in order to qualify as a lemon.
One thing to keep in mind! Lemon laws don’t apply to all kinds of defects. In order to file a lemon law case, you must prove that your vehicle has defects that affect its value or safety, such as faulty brakes or steering.
But that’s not all! In all states, the substantial defect must occur within a certain time period or within a certain number of miles. For example, California Lemon Law allows a time period of 18 months or 18,000 miles.
Once you realize your car has substantial defects, head to the repair shop. This is a very important point because the consumer will be protected by a lemon law only if he or she allows the manufacturer to make a reasonable number of attempts to repair the defect.
By the way, the reasonable number of repair attempts varies from state to state. According to California Lemon Law, your vehicle is a lemon if 1) there were 4 or more repair attempts for the same issue; 2) there were 2 or more repair attempts to fix an issue that can cause injury or death; or 3) your vehicle is out of service for more than 30 days for any repairs.
Yes, we agree that there are limited situations in which the vehicle qualifies as a lemon. However, we have good news for those who have purchased a defective used car as well! The California lemon law would cover a used car if you bought it with the manufacturer’s warranty! Isn’t it great?
And one last thing, if your car meets the criteria above, you will either get a full refund of the purchase or a replacement!
Tell Us About Your Case Now!
Now when you have a better insight into lemon law cases, you may have additional questions and even desire to file a lemon law claim, but where to start from? It’s simple! Get your pencil and paper ready to write down Margarian law firm’s phone number!
Dial (818) 553-1000 now and get a free consultation for your lemon law case. Our professional lemon law attorneys will ask you to provide information about your vehicle, its mileage, its date of purchase, the problems you have experienced and the repair attempts.
They will evaluate your case in a free consultation and help determine if your car qualifies under California’s lemon laws.
Finally, lemon law attorneys at Margarian law firm will fight for your consumer rights and help you get a refund or a replacement.
So if you need an attorney with experience, dedication, and knowledge, don’t hesitate to call and schedule a free consultation for your lemon law case now!