Lemon Law California Blog

It can be difficult to determine whether your vehicle qualifies for the California lemon law. The manufacturers will not voluntarily tell you your vehicle is a lemon. But, you can protect your claim, even make your case stronger when know what to look for and how to document your claim. It is always best to contact a lemon law lawyer for a professional case evaluation. That being said, we have compiled a few articles and created an instructional lemon law blog. We hope our experiences can help you protect your rights.

Transmission problems FIAT 500 | FIAT 500 lemon law | FIAT 500 problems

Transmission problems FIAT 500 | FIAT 500 lemon law | FIAT 500 problems

The California LEMON LAW LEGAL GROUP has identified common safety and drivability problems occurring in the FIAT 500, model years 2012 thru 2015. These problems include “burning smell,” loss of power, engine or power shut-down, shifting problems, engagement delays, transmission slipping, no start, and engine stalling. With the help of the California lemon law these problems may entitle you to thousands of dollars in compensation, including a full California lemon law buy back or replacement car. In addition, FIAT must pay your attorneys’ fees!

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Top 5 California lemon law tips

Top 5 California lemon law tips

Auto manufacturers and their local dealership representatives may try to defeat your otherwise valid lemon law claim with common tactics. We are hopeful our experiences will help you identify these unethical practices and procedures. The following is a list of our top 5 tips that may save your lemon law case and help you obtain a California lemon law buy back.

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Is my car a lemon?

Is my car a lemon?

Determining whether you were sold a lemon can be frustrating and difficult. Who do you ask for help? The dealership? The manufacturer? To quickly and easily analyze your case, no different than a California lemon law lawyer, follow these 5 steps.

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