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Anaheim, California (CA) Lemon Law Attorneys

The California Lemon Law is a detailed set of regulations and requirements, and our Anaheim Lemon Law Attorneys have the understanding and experience to assist you in navigating and successfully resolving your case. It helps to have an experienced lemon law attorney as your ally. Our lawyers can provide you with the guidance and support you need to get through this trying process, so that you can receive the compensation you are owed.

We offer a free online Lemon Law Case Evaluation to those who suspect their vehicle may be a lemon, and we quickly review the facts of your case to determine if we can help you. There is never a charge or obligation for our case review and most take less than 20 minutes. Call us at (213) 282-2000 to speak with one of our Anaheim Lemon Law Lawyers, to ask questions and learn about what legal options are available to you.

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What is the California Lemon Law?

California’s Lemon Law (officially titled the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act; California Civil Code §§ 1790 et seq.) was crafted to protect any consumer who purchases or leases a warrantied vehicle. The lemon law requires that a vehicle’s warrantor repurchase or replace the vehicle if it cannot be repaired after a reasonable number of attempts and is thus determined to be a “lemon.”

If you choose to have your vehicle repurchased, the warrantor must reimburse your down payment, monthly payments, and pay off the balance of your loan or lease. Regardless of whether you choose a repurchase or replacement, you are entitled to recover all of the taxes and licensing costs you have paid, as well as other expenses like rental car costs, towing costs, and related repair fees.

California’s Lemon Law not only applies to cars and trucks, but to all warrantied consumer goods including motorcycles, RVs, motorhomes, boats, other watercraft, and all other consumer items. California Lemon Law covers new and used vehicles, both purchased and leased.

Does my vehicle qualify as a lemon?

All that’s required to qualify for protection under California’s Lemon Law is that the vehicle you purchased was sold with any kind of warranty (even a simple 30 day/1,000 mile warranty), and that any problems that started within that warranty period were not repaired within a reasonable number of attempts.

The most common misconception about California’s lemon law is that it only applies to vehicles that are less than 18 months old, or have been driven less than 18,000 miles. Actually, lemon law applies to any improperly repaired vehicle that was sold with a warranty, regardless of the vehicle’s age or mileage.

Even if a vehicle’s warranty has expired, your vehicle may still qualify if your vehicle’s defect first occurred while the vehicle was under a warranty. A free call to one of our experienced Lemon Law lawyers can help you determine if your vehicle is a “lemon”, and what legal options are available to you.

If the problems with your vehicle did begin within the first 18 months and/or 18,000 miles of your vehicle’s warranty (known as the “presumption” period), then you may qualify for additional lemon law protections. These additional protections presume that your vehicle is a lemon. Normally you, the consumer, would have to prove your vehicle is a lemon to win a case, but when your vehicle meets the presumption requirements, it becomes the warrantor’s (often the manufacturer’s) burden to prove that your vehicle is not a lemon. Think of it as the warrantor is presumed guilty until proven innocent.

Lemon law "presumption" is neither a requirement nor a prerequisite to file a lemon law claim in Anaheim. There are numerous cases that do not meet the "presumption" provision of California’s lemon law, but still qualify your vehicle for protection.

Contact us at (213) 282-2000 for your free, no commitment case review with one of our knowledgeable Anaheim Lemon Law Lawyers. The Law Offices of Robert Mobasseri are well versed in representing the residents of Anaheim and the areas of Fullerton, Placentia, Orange, Garden Grove, Santa Ana, Tustin, Stanton, Buena Park, Cypress, Cerritos, Brea, Villa Park, North Tustin, and many other nearby communities. We are committed to the success of your case!

Does my boat/watercraft qualify as a lemon?

As long as your boat or watercraft was covered by a warranty and its defects were unable to be repaired after a reasonable number of attempts, then it is protected by California’s lemon law.

The lemon laws that protect consumers do not just extend to personal vehicles like cars or trucks. If your boat or other watercraft did not perform as it should under its given warranty, then you may qualify for a refund, replacement, and related damages. Even if your warranty has expired, if your boat’s initial defect occurred while under the warranty period, then you have a case.

Why choose a Lemon Law Lawyer in Anaheim?

Don’t take on the stress of fighting with auto manufacturers and dealers, or risk receiving an unfair settlement, when you can let our experience go to work for you! There’s no need to worry about the cost of retaining a lemon law attorney: the Lemon Law requires auto manufacturers/dealers to pay your legal fees should you win. And if, for some reason, your case is unable to be won, then you will not be responsible for any of our attorney fees.

Our Lemon Law Attorneys are recognized as leading authorities on Lemon Law claims in Anaheim for several reasons:

  • We have a 99% success rate!
  • Our lawyers have earned a reputation as being some of the most capable Lemon Law attorneys in Anaheim, Orange County, and throughout all of California.
  • We offer FREE consultations with our Lemon Law attorneys. Each has firsthand experience dealing with Anaheim dealerships and repair facilities, and knows the Orange County court system well.
  • Most cases are accepted on a contingency basis. This means that if your case is not won, then you owe us nothing. If we do win your case, California’s Lemon Law requires the manufacturer and/or dealer pay your attorneys’ fees.
  • Most automakers and dealerships in the Anaheim area have dealt with us in the past. They know that our lemon law lawyers are skilled trial attorneys who do not hesitate to aggressively litigate your case!
  • Many of the cases referred to the Law Offices of Robert Mobasseri originated at dealerships that we have successfully sued in the past. We have a reputation of success!
  • Our years of experience and sharp focus on litigating auto fraud cases set us apart from many of the other attorneys practicing in Anaheim. In addition to reviewing your vehicle’s repair history, we thoroughly inspect each vehicle’s purchase documents and prior history to determine if the vehicle may be a lemon due to some form of auto fraud and/or repair fraud.

    Anaheim and other Orange County residents who believe their vehicle may qualify for protection under the California Lemon Laws should submit a free online Case Review or call one of our Lemon Law Lawyers at (213) 828-2000 for a free, no obligation case review.

    Can I afford a Lawyer for my Anaheim Lemon Law claim?

    Absolutely! The California Lemon Law also requires that the warrantor (manufacturer/dealer/service contract provider) pay for your attorney fees if you win your case. This means if you want one of our Anaheim Lemon Law lawyer to represent you, we can take your case on a contingency basis, and our fees will be paid by the warrantor (not you) when we win your case.

    The Law Offices of Robert Mobasseri are Anaheim’s leading Lemon Law Attorneys for defective Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, Boats, RVs, Motor Homes and all other consumer goods. Call today at (213) 282-2000 for a no charge, confidential review with one of our experienced Anaheim Lemon Law Lawyers regarding the specifics of your situation. We truly believe we are the best and most experienced lemon law attorneys practicing in the Anaheim area, and we will use our expertise to get you out of your lemon and awarded the compensation you are entitled to.

    How long does a Lemon Law case take?

    A typical lemon law case can take between thirty to forty-five days to settle, with ninety-eight percent of all civil cases settling before going to trial. While each case is unique, and each manufacturer and dealer handles cases differently, we make every effort to ensure that your case is settled a quickly and efficiently as possible, without having to file a lawsuit.

    Unfortunately, some manufacturers/dealers decide to take lemon law claims through to trial, or they try to make settlement offers lower than what the lemon law entitles you to. In the rare event that it is necessary to file a lawsuit, it might take longer to settle your case, but we will pursue your claim to the fullest extent of the law in order to get you the highest settlement possible.

    Important information regarding your Anaheim Lemon Law claim

    As one of Orange County’s largest cities, Anaheim is home to numerous major industries—from Disneyland and Kaiser Permanente to AT&T and Time Warner Cable—and over 340,000 Californians. Like most people living in the Orange County area, the residents of Anaheim rely heavily on their personal vehicles in their daily lives. With Los Angeles nearby, many drivers use their vehicles to commute out and around the area for work. With hundreds of car dealerships operating throughout the area—like Miller Toyota, Hardin Hyundai, Anaheim Mitsubishi, Hardin Honda, McPeek’s Dodge, DC Motors, Mills Ford, and many others—combined with thousands of vehicles on the road—it’s no wonder that a large amount of lemon law claims are filed here in Anaheim. Additionally, with Orange County’s proximity to the ocean and nearby recreational sites, plenty of Anaheim residents are boat, watercraft, and/or RV owners, so it’s important to remember that all warrantied vehicles—not just cars and trucks—are protected by California’s lemon law.

    The Law Offices of Robert Mobasseri have successfully settled numerous cases in Anaheim and are at the top of our field. If you’ve purchased a lemon vehicle or attempted to have one repaired in the Anaheim area, it's time to talk to a lemon law attorney at the Law Offices of Robert Mobasseri. To speak with an attorney about your case now and to start getting the legal representation you deserve, contact us at (213) 282-2000 or fill out our free online case evaluation form. We understand the frustration you are going through and look forward to speaking with you.

    Orange County Superior Courthouses

    1275 N Berkeley Ave

    Fullerton, CA 92832

    (714) 834-5400

    341 The City Dr S

    Orange, CA 92868

    (657) 622-6069

    Anaheim area DMV Field Offices

    909 W Valencia Dr

    Fullerton, CA

    (800) 777-0133

    1330 E First St

    Santa Ana, CA 92701

    (800) 777-0133

    Bureau of Automotive Repair

    16735 Von Karman Ave, Suite 100

    Irvine, CA 92606

    (949) 988-5252

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    Lemon Law Auto Fraud serves the following California counties: Inyo, Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Mono, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Tulare, and Ventura.

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    Disclaimer: The following Lemon Law and Auto Fraud information has been compiled from various public sources. It is presented online for informational use only, and without warranty as to its accuracy, timeliness, or completeness. This site does not replace any official versions of the information presented, nor does use of this information constitute an attorney-client relationship. It is always recommended that you do not make any decisions about any legal matter without first consulting an attorney to ensure that all of your rights are protected, as well as to find out if your vehicle meets the established Lemon Law or Auto Fraud Criteria for your state.