Lemon Law Firm

Lemon Law FirmIf you feel you have been sold or leased a faulty vehicle and have been denied proper compensation or a new vehicle, you need to contact a reputable Lemon Law Firm to find justice. The California Lemon Law requires the seller or manufacturer to replace or repurchase the vehicle if they are unable to fix or comply with the specific warranty after a reasonable number or repair attempts have been made.

Knowing your rights is the first step to stopping fraud dead in its tracks. Don’t be a victim. The California Lemon Law is here to protect consumers just like you!!

Leasing or when purchasing a vehicle, you’ve every right to anticipate that you will be obtaining a car that will work properly and as promised. Simply put, the California Lemon Law is put in place to safeguard the consumer in the event they encounter problems with their purchase during the warranty period. When troubles arise throughout that warranty period, whether it be mechanical concerns or damage that has been previously hidden, you will find rights under state and federal legislation to help you seek compensation. If you feel like you were sold a ‘lemon’, you must contact a professional lemon law firm to protect your investment.

Finding a Reputable Lemon Law Firm

The Lemon Law Firm of Robert L. Starr knows the tricks that dealers and manufacturers use against consumers to avoid resolving your problem or to minimize the recovery that they owe. We are dedicated to helping you get a fair settlement. If a reasonable settlement cannot be reached, we are ready to go to bat for you at trial with our extensive knowledge of California Lemon Laws.

If you have purchased or leased a lemon there are laws to protect your investment. Contact our lemon law firm today for a free consultation. (818) 225-9040

The Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act of California, also referred to as the California Lemon Law, was put in place to protect the consumer and give aid to the buyers of faulty vehicles. Generally, the California Lemon Law pertains to cars where the dealerships or seller have been unable to fix within the warranty period after being given a reasonable number or opportunities.  For qualifying cars, the car manufacturer should give the money back to the consumer, payoff the outstanding balance or replace the vehicle with a similar or equal product.

The California Lemon Law also requires the automobile manufacturer or seller pay for the consumer’s legal fees for any meritorious lemon law claim. This makes the law economically feasible for many who would otherwise not be in a position to hire a reputable Lemon Law Firm like Robert Starr Law.

We Have the Dedication and Know-How It Takes to Get Justice for You

Our lemon law firm is unique for it’s in-depth knowledge about automobiles and has access to diagnostic resources. California lemon law attorney Robert Starr has a staff that includes a former mechanic and a dealership service advisor, which makes him acutely aware of how a vehicle should perform and how legitimate car transactions are to be handled.

With over 16 years of courtroom experience, our award-winning Lemon Law Firm knows more about cars than the dealers selling them! Robert Starr is committed to finding successful outcomes for every client. We know the tricks that manufacturers and dealers use against consumers, and we will work hard to help you get the compensation, replacement or repair you deserve. If you go to the manufacturer directly with your problem, they will likely steer you toward arbitration, which could result in a lower recovery for you.

Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with our reputable Lemon Law Firm today.

Below are Common California Lemon Vehicle Problems.

Lemon cars involve both safety- and non-safety-related issues. Problems related to safety include issues with:

  • Airbags
  • Steering and alignment
  • Transmission – sudden lack of acceleration, slipping, over-revving
  • Stalling or shutting off
  • Headlights
  • Brakes
  • Etc…

Other times, the problem is not related to safety, such as:

  • Transmission noises, grinding, and clunking
  • Electrical problems with the radio, locks, windows, or air conditioning
  • Cosmetic issues, such as defects in car molding
  • Leaks
  • Etc…

California Lemon Law Protects You From Fraud

California Lemon Law and federal consumer warranty law protect people who buy or lease an automobile and experience problems during the warranty period. These laws offer the following remedies:

  • The manufacturer repurchases the car from you.
  • The manufacturer replaces your car.
  • You can receive a cash settlement, which may include a repair supervised by the manufacturer’s representative.

Allow Our Lemon Law Firm Fight For You

Being stuck using a car that’s problematic is unacceptable. The Lemon Law Firm of Robert L. Starr possesses the knowledge and the experience that can help you reach a resolution. The Lemon Law in California is a consumer protection statute that’s in place to aid customers exactly like you. Having an experienced California lemon law attorney by your side to assess your case and become your advocate is the best approach when seeking appropriate compensation.

We handle all makes and models. Regardless of the year or outward appearance of the vehicle, it might have preexisting conditions that might constitute filing a lawsuit. No vehicle, van, car or SUV is without the chance of manufacture problems or previous poor quality repairs. Previous wrecks and damage that may have been repaired improperly are also valid under the California Lemon Law. Be aware of your rights and seek the justice you deserve. If you think you have been sold or leased a faulty vehicle and have been denied proper compensation or denied a new vehicle, you need to contact the law office of Robert Starr to hear how California’s Lemon Law can help you.

If you believe that your new or used vehicle is a lemon, contact the Lemon Law Firm of  Robert L. Starr today for a free California lemon law case evaluation.

Call us for your free consultation today: (818) 225-9040

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