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Braff Injury Law Offices

Premier Lemon Law Firm In:

Lemon Law Attorneys In Porterville

Have A Lemon? We Can Help.

No Win, No Fee

We are confident in our abilities, and therefor have a no win no fee guarantee! If we don’t win your lemon law claim, you don’t pay any legal fees.

Proven Track Record

We have handled thousands of claims in a timely matter. We strive to provide high quality legal services in our client’s best interest.

Highly Recommend

We have built an outstanding reputation in the community over the years. Our client testimonials, reviews, feedback, and referrals speak for itself!

Expert Legal Services

Our lemon law attorneys have the knowledge, experience, and expertise to help you get what you deserve for you lemon vehicle in a timely manner.

About us

Braff Injury Law Offices

When you invest in a brand new or a pre-owned vehicle, your main intention is to use it for personal or professional tasks. A vehicle that fails to fulfill that purpose is of no use to the owner. In this scenario, you may take the vehicle to an authorized dealer for repair. However, if the defect is not repaired despite multiple attempts, then you have the right to file for a Lemon law claim.

At the Braff Injury Law Offices, we will become your voice when trying to settle your claim with a manufacturer. Our primary objective is to protect the consumers’ legal rights. We have fought against powerful auto-manufacturing companies in trials. With a team of experienced lemon law attorney in Porterville by your side, you are guaranteed to recover maximum compensation for your financial losses and your troubles.

The Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act is commonly known as the California Lemon Law. It has been designed to protect the buyers or lessee of defective motor-vehicles that fail to function properly as mentioned under the ‘Express’ warranty. A vehicle will qualify as a Lemon if it fails to function properly and if the defect cannot be repaired despite multiple attempts.

Different types of vehicles, such as cars, RVs, trucks, motorcycles, and boats, are covered under California’s Lemon Law, and you may file a Lemon law claim if any of these motor-vehicles fail to function properly, according to the terms of ‘Express’ warranty. In this legal fight against influential automobile manufacturers, you need experienced and successful lawyers of our law firm on your side. To book an initial consultation with our lemon law attorney in Porterville, you must first fill out a form on our website. There you must input some basic information regarding your vehicle, the defects of your vehicle, and the complications resulting from them.

We will contact you after evaluating the form. You can meet with our Lemon law attorneys in Porterville personally during the initial consultation. At this meeting, we will talk about your legal rights as a consumer, and we will explain the steps of the legal proceedings if you have a valid claim.

What is Covered and Not Covered by California’s Lemon Law?

The Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act of California (commonly known as California’s Lemon law) covers:

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The Lemon law covers the nonconformities of the vehicles which are defined as -

California’s Lemon law does not cover any vehicle problem or defect that results from its unreasonable or unauthorized use after the sale. It is important to remember that the service contracts are not regarded as the ‘Express’ warranties according to the Lemon law, and the breach of Service Contract does not ascertain the repurchase or replacement of a defective vehicle. A vehicle’s manufacturer must replace or repurchase a defective vehicle if the manufacturing company, or authorized dealers, cannot repair or service the vehicle conforming to the terms of its ‘express’ warranty, after a reasonable number of attempts.

Additional Information on Lemon Law

Your vehicle qualifies as a Lemon if a manufacturer has had more than one attempt to repair a vehicle. Every opportunity for repair is regarded as an ‘attempt’ to repair the defect even if the defect could not be repaired. Under the Lemon law, it is not mandatory for a consumer to own a vehicle in order to claim the replacement or repurchase remedies.

A ‘rebuttal presumption’ has been established by California’s Lemon law that one or more of the followings may happen when a reasonable number of repair attempts have been made before the vehicle hits 18,000 miles on the odometer, or within 18 months from the date of delivery of a vehicle to the first retail buyer, or a lessee (whichever happens first).

For Peace Of Mind Call Us At 1-888-294-5691 To Schedule Your Free Consultation.

Reviews From Satisfied Clients

I was having a tough time with my car and didn't know what to do. I was completely lost until I found Braff Law. They helped me through the lemon law process and it was so easy! Thank you for all of your help!

Susan Carter

I was stuck in a lease and had no idea what to do. After a quick online search I found out about the lemon law. I called up Braff and they were able to help me with everything. They always got back to me quickly and never hesitated to answer my questions.

Demi Armstrong

I have used Braff Legal Group before to help me with a lemon law issue and they were very helpful. I called them up and they were able to answer all my questions on the phone. The process of working with them was very straightforward, which was perfect for me because I am not good with filling out legal documents.

Edlyn Grace
Our lemon law attorneys in Porterville know that there will be an extension of the 30-day limit if the repairs cannot be carried out due to conditions beyond the control of a manufacturer or authorized dealers. For more information about our legal services, call the Braff Injury Law Offices today.

Braff Injury Law Offices have been protecting the rights of those injured due to the negligence of others for several years. Experience the difference… Call today for a free consultation!

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