Whether you purchased or leased a vehicle that is considered a “lemon”, then, under California Lemon Law, you are entitled to legal relief. A motor vehicle of any kind ( car, boat, motorcycle, etc) is considered to be a lemon when the dealership has been given ” a reasonable number” of opportunities to fix the issues within the warranty period. According to jkashanilaw that focuses on California Lemon Law, even if the defect has been dealt with and no longer represents a problem, your vehicle can still be deemed a lemon.
Also known as the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, California Lemon Law does not require a specific number of repair attempts before a consumer can pursue legal relief this differs on a case-by-case basis. The severity of the issue can however play a key role when it comes to specifying the number of repair visits. For instance, 2 repair visits may be considered reasonable when the defect in question is a serious one like a brake system failure and 3-4 repair attempts for less serious defects. Feel free to learn more about the different situations when your car may automatically qualify as a lemon. One of them is when your vehicle has been in the repair shop at least 30 days.
The legal remedies available to lemon vehicle owners include refunding the money spent toward the defective vehicle, replacement of the defective vehicle, cash settlement, and payment of your attorney’s fees. Be sure to understand what will your refund consist of when you leased and when you purchased the defective vehicle. It’s in your best interest to consult with and retain an experienced and competent California Lemon Law attorney who is well-positioned to handle this type of case and fully prepared to aggressively represent you and stand up to the manufacturer that is responsible for leasing or selling defective vehicles.
If you are a California consumer and you’re struggling with a vehicle that has turned out to be a “lemon”, do not hesitate to reach out for legal assistance by calling the Lemon Law Office of Jacob K Kashani, A.P.C. at 818-649-6666 or by accessing the specialized website jkashanilaw.com to request a free consultation with top-rated California Lemon Law attorney Jacob Kashani during which they will review your case, explain the legal remedies available to you under California Lemon Law, and provide expert legal advice to help you make the best decision.