We all know that hiring an attorney can be expensive. Many California Lemon Law attorneys and firms will try and justify their fees by telling you that they are working in a specialized field. Since you are not an attorney, of course, that makes sense. What the California Lemon Law was enacted for was to protect car buyers from dealers who sell them a vehicle without having left them to know that there is work needed to be done or has been done to the car they have purchased. If a dealer fails to tell you or even tries to hide this information from you, they have broken the law and that is when it is time for you to talk to a California Lemon Law attorney.
How to Tell if a Vehicle is a Lemon Under the California Lemon Law
Any vehicle, car, SUV, or truck that is sold to you without the dealer disclose to you that it has mechanical problems, is considered a “lemon” under the California Lemon Law. Why is this important to you as a consumer? If the law wasn’t in place, there are dealerships that probably wouldn’t repair your vehicle in a timely fashion even though the warranty period has not expired. A good rule of thumb is that if your car has been in the dealership shop repeatedly over the past month and an issue is still causing you problems, it is an appropriate time to contact a California Lemon Law attorney.
Think You Have a Lemon?
The first thing you should do is gather together all your documentation. The second thing is to get in touch with the best California Lemon Law attorneys. Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® will review your case for free.