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Do I Qualify - California Lemon Law

California Lemon Law Quiz

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The lemon law quiz above is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice. Each California lemon law case is unique. For that reason we recommend you call our California Lemon Law Offices right now at 888-395-3666 or fill out the case review form for a free detailed case review by a lemon law attorney.

California Lemon Law Requirements

The most frequent question asked is, "Does my car qualify for the California lemon law?"

  • The California lemon law provides a solution for California consumers who have repeated problems related to the safety, value, or use of their vehicle. It applies to all new vehicles, whether purchased or leased, for personal and most small business use.
  • Used vehicles are also covered if the vehicle was purchased while the manufacturer's original, new car warranty was in effect.
  • A consumer must allow the manufacturer a reasonable number of repair attempts. A reasonable number is three or more repair attempts for the same or similar problem; or only two times if it is likely to cause serious bodily injury; or if the vehicle has been out of service, in the hands of an authorized dealer for more than 30 days during the first 18 months or 18,000 miles.

These are not absolute requirements for our office to file a demand for repurchase on your behalf. Many situations do not meet these guidelines but may still entitle you to lemon law protection.

To sum up, so long as the manufacturing defect affects safety, value, or use; first occurred within the new car warranty period; and cannot be repaired after a reasonable number of repair attempts, you may be entitled to the lemon law protections.

You should know too that you do not have to first go through arbitration to pursue a California Lemon Law claim. In fact, going through arbitration may be dangerous for your case.

We will be glad to provide a free analysis by one of our lemon law attorneys to asses whether your situation qualifies. If you qualify, your attorney's fees are paid by the manufacturer!

Life is too short to live with a lemon. Especially if we can get rid of it and get your money back.

Call us today at 888-EX-LEMON or 888-395-3666 for a free consultation, or complete the short form at the top of this page.

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We will evaluate your case for free, tell you how much you may be entitled to get back and have the manufacturer pay all legal fees.

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Respected Advocates for Clients Throughout Los Angeles County

At the Law Offices of Barry L. Edzant, we provide trusted legal counsel to consumers throughout Los Angeles County who have purchased defective vehicles, been injured due to someone else's negligence, and more. When your auto dealership is unable to properly repair your vehicle, our skilled legal team will pursue a lemon law claim against the vehicle's manufacturer to get your money back or put you into a new vehicle. Over many years, we have developed excellent relationships with all auto manufacturers, with whom we work closely to get you the recourse to which you're entitled. Our team also fights on your behalf to recover compensation for injuries you've sustained through no fault of your own. We design tenacious strategies to hold the responsible parties accountable and secure the maximum amount of damages possible.

We believe in the value of personal service. All of our clients meet with Attorney Barry Edzant, our founder, who is personally involved in all of the firm's cases. Professionalism matters here. As a client, you can expect to hear from us on a regular basis. You will always know the current status of your case and be involved in every major decision. Our job is to pursue recourse with the responsible party or parties, plan out the legal strategy, and make sure your claim is pursued vigorously within the California legal system.