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WHAT IS A LEMON?
Is your vehicle a Lemon?? It may qualify as such if it has a significant defect that was not fixed after a reasonable number of repair attempts or 30 days out of service. All it needs is just one substantial problem.
Has your vehicle been subjected to a “reasonable number of repair attempts" under the manufacturer’s warranty? Does your car have concerns that make you feel unsafe? Has your vehicle been at the dealership longer than a month?
We get what our client is entitled to under the lemon law, whether that means buy back or cash and keep. We do all the fighting for you. Not only that, but we will get you the best settlement possible. If you believe your vehicle has a serious defect, or hasn't been fixed properly after a reasonable number of repair attempts have occurred, you may be entitled to a full refund as well a refund for your registration and other related expenses. If your vehicle is LEASED, you also may be entitled to a full refund of lease payments and other related expenses as well.
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? JUSTICE IS JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY!
Where We Are Today
When buying a motor vehicle, we entrust the dealer and manufacturer to have our best interests and be honest. Often, that is not the case. The goal of the lemon law is to guard the interests of small businesses or individuals who have bought or leased vehicles (new & used) under the warranty of a manufacturer or the seller. If the manufacturer or authorized dealer is unable to sufficiently repair a malfunctioning motor vehicle, then the owner or lessee would be entitled to a comparable new car or a refund. The lemon law case analysis helps determine what is probably a reasonable number of repair attempts to solve a vehicle’s defect and provide due compensation to the owner or lessee.
THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS OF BRAND NEW CARS ARE LEMONS!!!
When purchasing vehicles, it's not easy to know which are lemons. But they are out there. In fact, your favorite car manufacturer can and does produce lemons. They are more common than you may believe. As As of Feb, 2022, the most likely cars to be lemons are the GMC brands. The CADILlAC & CHEVROLET are particularly prone to lemon status, under the Song Beverly Warranty Act. Some of the models most involved in lemon law claims include the GMC Sierra, GMC Yukon, Cadillac CTS, Cadillac STS Chevrolet Cobalt, and the Chevrolet Equinox. Ford vehicles, including their famous pickup trucks, are also notorious for their potential as lemons.
Consumers are often times unclear when it comes to their rights. Our dedicated Lemon Law Lawyer has been helping consumers recoup their damages since 1997.
We make lemonade out lemons. We take YOUR CASE seriously. If you believe your car is a lemon, then contact us for a free evaluation.
FREE CASE EVALUATION CALL: (323) 486 - 0102
Not only is a defective motor vehicle or other consumer product frustrating, it may be costly or illegal if the seller or manufacturer refuses to stand behind their product. Robert Stempler has been standing up to large companies, having represented car and truck buyers, consumers and small business owners, in Southern California since 1997. In fact, Robert Stempler is rated 10.0 on Avvo.com. He will not charge you for a phone consultation, online, email or fax case review. The client does not pay to handle their lemon law case. In fact, if WE DON'T WIN, WE DON'T GET PAID. We get paid by the manufacturer, leasing/finance, seller, or dealer once we win your case.
Common Pick-Up Truck, Car, Motorcycle, or SUV Problems
Common Car Problems
Check Engine Light
Safety recall: parts not available
Sunroof or moon-roof
Smog check not passed
FEES & COSTS
In California, the attorney-client relationship begins with the client and lawyer signing a written contract which states what the attorney will do for the client and how and when any fees and costs will be due and payable. There is no fee for a FREE consultation. In most of the cases, the fees and costs are not due until resolution of the case, after the other side (often referred to as the defendant) has paid an approved settlement amount or satisfied the judgment on the case. This is known as a contingency fee agreement, as the fee would be contingent on receiving a recovery from the other side. In a contingency fee case, no payment is due and the fees and costs are deducted at the end from the amounts recovered from the other side. If there is no recovery under a contingency fee, then there would be no fee due.
Attorney’s Fees and the California Lemon Law
We provide free consultations, and we do not charge our clients ANY up-front fees. The California Lemon Law and the Magnuson-Moss Consumer Warranty Act include an attorney’s fees provision which allows us to collect our hourly attorney’s fees and court costs from the automobile manufacturer at the successful resolution. This makes pursuing almost all Lemon Law claims economically feasible for those who would otherwise not be in a position to hire an attorney. Moreover, any applicable contingency fee would not be due until settlement proceeds, verdict, or judgment are recovered.