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Lemon Law FAQs

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How do I contact Krohn & Moss Consumer Law Center?

You can contact our California office at 800-875-3666 or 323-988-2400 for a free consultation or you...

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You can contact our California office at 800-875-3666 or 323-988-2400 for a free consultation or you may contact us online for a free case review.

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How Long Does It Generally Take To Get Compensated?

The length of time to reach a settlement in a California Lemon Law case depends on many factors incl...

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The length of time to reach a settlement in a California Lemon Law case depends on many factors including the nature of the problems you have experienced and whether a lawsuit needs to be filed. While most cases will settle prior to a trial, the length of time to get to trial varies from County to County and even from Judge to Judge. No matter how long a case takes to be resolved, you control whether your lemon law case will settle. Quite simply, settlement is always your decision. A lawyer may recommend a settlement and counsel you on your rights, but a lawyer may never decide when to accept an offer of settlement. Only you – the consumer – have the right to say when enough is enough from a compensation standpoint. We strive to recover the maximum amount of compensation for our clients as quickly as possible and we have extensive experience working with all automobile manufacturers and their attorneys. With this experience, we are usually able to resolve California Lemon Law cases quicker and many of our clients’ cases get resolved without ever having to file a lawsuit in Court.

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What Documents Do I Need To See If I Have A Valid Lemon Law Claim?

Your repair records are the most important documents needed to determine if you have a Lemon Law cla...

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Your repair records are the most important documents needed to determine if you have a Lemon Law claim. When you take your vehicle to the dealership for repair, it is extremely important that you ask the dealership for a receipt, called a “repair order.” You should read the repair order and make sure that it is accurate before leaving the dealership. Sometimes, dealerships will omit details of concerns you raised. Therefore, it is important that you ask the dealership to accurately record your complaint on the repair record, including the date that you drop off your vehicle and the date that you pick up the vehicle. Never leave the dealership without a copy of the repair order and make sure that you keep your repair records so that you will have this valuable evidence to help prove that your vehicle is a “lemon.”

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Do I Have To Pay Anything To Have Your Firm Represent Me?

The California Lemon Law contains a fee-shifting provision for the payment of attorneys’ fees and co...

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The California Lemon Law contains a fee-shifting provision for the payment of attorneys’ fees and costs by the manufacturer, so that you, the consumer, do not have to pay anything to have one of our experienced and knowledgeable attorneys represent you in a claim against the automobile manufacturer.

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Do I Need To Hire A Lawyer To Get The Manufacturer To Repurchase Or Replace My Vehicle?

Although a consumer can file his or her own claim directly against the automobile manufacturer, we b...

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Although a consumer can file his or her own claim directly against the automobile manufacturer, we believe that our experience and expertise in this area will ensure that you receive the greatest compensation to which you are entitled.

Since 1995, Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® has successfully helped over 45,000 consumers nationwide to settle their lemon law disputes against automobile manufacturers, including nearly 10,000 lemon law cases in California alone. Less than 3 percent of these cases ever went to trial. We also have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Further, since the lemon law provides that the automobile manufacturer must pay for your attorneys’ fees and costs, we will seek payment for our fees from them. This way, you can receive compensation for your “lemon” vehicle at no cost to you!

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How long do I have to file a lawsuit under the lemon law?

You have four years from the date of the breach of warranty to file a lawsuit under the Song-Beverly...

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You have four years from the date of the breach of warranty to file a lawsuit under the Song-Beverly Act (California Lemon Law).  In other words, you have four years from the date that the manufacturer failed to repair your car, truck, SUV, motorcycle, or other consumer product.

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