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Lemon Law

Lemon Law

When you purchase a new or used vehicle from a dealer, you don’t expect to experience problems shortly thereafter. Unfortunately, this is a reality for many consumers in California. The good news is that California Lemon Laws can help you protect your rights and get your money back. Each year, more than 150,000 “lemons” are sold in California.

If you are one of the consumers affected by a lemon, we want to help. At Imber Law Group, APC, we help clients throughout California understand their rights under Lemon Laws and pursue all remedies allowed by law. Are you experiencing recurring problems with a recently purchased new or used vehicle? It may be a lemon. Contact Imber Law Group, APC, today for help.

The Basics of
Lemon Law

California Lemon Law is among the strongest in the nation. These laws protect consumers who purchase lemons. If you purchase a vehicle and have continuing problems, the dealer and/or manufacturer must make an attempt to repair it. After a reasonable number of attempts, if the vehicle is not repaired, you should contact a Lemon Law attorney for help.

When vehicle manufacturers allow consumers to purchase vehicles with defects or problems, consumers are entitled to legal remedies. If your vehicle is a lemon, then you may be eligible for remedies including


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What Vehicles are Covered by Lemon Law?

California Lemon Law covers new or used, purchased, or leased vehicles, including:
  • Cars

  • Trucks

  • SUVs

  • Motorcycles

If your vehicle has a defect that impairs the value, safety, or use, and the dealer is unable to repair it, it is most likely a lemon.

Contact a Lemon Law Attorney

At Imber Law Group, APC, we help consumers fight for their legal rights and the remedies that they deserve. Contact our California Lemon Law attorney for a free consultation of your case. If you have a lemon, we can help.