History Of Lemon Law

California's lemon law is officially titled the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act. If you bought or leased your vehicle in California, this law offers broad protection to you as the consumer.

However, our lawyers have also helped clients with vehicles purchased out of state under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. Enacted in 1975, this federal law protects consumer product warranties.

Both laws hold car manufacturers accountable to their written warranties. Both provide a manufacturer with a reasonable opportunity to remedy the defect. In California, that reasonableness standard is satisfied after as few as two attempted repairs for a vehicle defect. The standard may also be also satisfied if a dealership takes a car out of service for more than 30 days, consecutive or not.

Protect Your Rights Today

If you have a lemon on your hands, bringing a lawsuit under California's lemon law is often the best way to protect your rights. In the hands of experienced attorneys like Derek Johnson and Jonathan Buxton, there will be no cost to you and minimal hassle. In fact, our clients are often surprised at how easy the process can be. Let our experience put your mind at ease.

Schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers today by calling 800-349-3319. You may also contact our attorneys online. From our law office in Ventura, we handle cases in the Los Angeles area and throughout California.