Braff Injury Law Offices
Purchasing a vehicle is a substantial investment for any individual in California. When you invest in a vehicle, it is natural for you to expect that vehicle to function without any glitches. However, it is not unheard for a new vehicle to malfunction due to defects. In California, the owners of new, as well as pre-owned, vehicles can file a claim for compensation under the Lemon law, if the defect is covered by the manufacturer’s warranty.
The malfunctioning of your newly purchased vehicle is going to negatively affect different areas of your life. You lose a lot of time between appointments bring your car back and forth for repairs, and you cannot use the vehicle while it is in the repair shop. Therefore, owning a vehicle with defects can cause significant inconvenience and additional expenses. In this scenario, you may meet with arguments when trying to negotiate your options with the dealer, instead of having a solution. This is guaranteed to cause frustration and resentment. In California, the Lemon law has been designed to protect the consumers from the harassment of sellers or manufacturers.
It’s time to consult with an experienced Lemon law attorney of the Braff Injury Law Offices, if you believe that your vehicle is a Lemon, and a dealer or manufacturer refuses to compensate you for the losses.