There’s nothing worse than purchasing a new or used car only to find out it is defective, and that’s when you need to find an experienced La Habra lemon law attorney. Don’t put up with repeated trips to the dealership or mechanic. There is a solution!
The La Habra lemon law attorneys at Neale & Fhima have represented hundreds of clients who filed claims against vehicle manufacturers and dealerships demanding a legal remedy. Whether asking for financial compensation or a replacement vehicle, these clients successfully took big automakers to court and won.
Let our lemon law lawyers help you, too. We offer a free initial consultation about your situation and can answer any questions you may have. Give us a call at (888) 407-2955 so we can get started!
We can stand beside you as you go up against a multibillion-dollar vehicle manufacturer and its stable of attorneys. Manufacturers have a vested interest in defeating product liability cases and minimizing financial payouts. At Neale & Fhima we are not intimidated by auto manufacturers or their lawyers. We aggressively and skillfully represent our clients so they can secure the legal remedy they are entitled to.
A “lemon” is a car, SUV, truck or other vehicle that has never really worked correctly from the start. Whether it’s slow acceleration, faulty brakes or a myriad of other mechanical problems, a vehicle like this never functions correctly no matter how many times you take it in for repairs. To determine whether you have a Lemon Law claim, check to see whether your new vehicle is still under the original manufacturer’s warranty. If it is, you probably have a claim. If you own a used vehicle, then you will need one of three specific warranties to have a Lemon Law claim. These warranties are discussed in greater detail in a separate section below. Either way, you need to have made a “reasonable number of attempts” to get your new vehicle repaired before filing a legal claim. Find out more in: Do You Have a Lemon?
Here’s the great news, if your claim is successful, the law requires the auto manufacturer to pay your legal fees. If for some reason your claim is unsuccessful, then you owe us nothing. To get started on your claim, call our La Habra lemon law attorneys at (888) 407-2955 for a free consultation on your lemon.
Do your research and find out what other clients are saying about a law firm. Go online and read client reviews. Were these clients satisfied with the service they received, or did they feel like they were just a number on a file? Did their lemon law lawyer answer their questions and take time to explain things, or was he always in a hurry? Take a minute to explore a law firm’s website and read the attorneys’ bios. Have they won major settlements and financial awards for their clients? At Neale & Fhima, we treat every client as an important individual, and we take great care in answering all their questions.
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You’re in luck – California has one of the most extensive lemon laws in the nation to ensure consumer protection. If it turns out that you have a lemon, your options are 1) to have the manufacturer repurchase or replace your vehicle or 2) to negotiate a cash settlement with the manufacturer. When you hire Neale & Fhima, our La Habra lemon law lawyers will help you look at your options so you can make an informed decision. Find out more in: What to Do if You Have a Lemon.
Our La Habra lemon law attorneys are some of the best and the brightest. We’ve taken many of these cases to court and successfully secured legal remedies for our clients. The team at Neale & Fhima is committed to each and every client’s case, and we give you our full attention.
Here are a few of the reasons you should choose us:
If you have a defective vehicle in La Habra, California, you should talk to one of our La Habra lemon law attorneys. You don’t have to put up with the headache of unending trips to the repair shop. Call Neale & Fhima at (888) 407-2955 or tell us your story online. We’re here to help you solve this problem.
The Lemon Law in California refers to “nonconformities,” which are defined as any defect or malfunction that is covered by the manufacturer’s original warranty. Nonconformities compromise the use, value or safety of the vehicle. A skilled and experienced La Habra lemon law attorney can explain the ins and outs of nonconformities in greater detail and help determine whether you have a claim.
The process starts by sending a demand letter to your vehicle’s manufacturer. One of our La Habra lemon law attorneys at Neale & Fhima can do this on your behalf. Our attorneys expect resistance because auto manufacturers are multinational corporations with dozens of lawyers who work hard to defeat lawsuits and reduce financial payouts. Our aggressive La Habra lemon law attorneys are not intimidated by this. At Neale & Fhima, we pride ourselves on creating legal strategies that give our clients the best possible opportunities to succeed with their legal claims. Find out more in: The Lemon Law Claims Process.
There sure is! The statute of limitations under California’s Lemon Law is four years, but don’t wait that long. If you have purchased or leased a lemon, start collecting copies of your repair bills and call a La Habra lemon law attorney right away. The longer you wait, the more frustrated you will become.
Some used cars are covered under California’s Lemon Law, depending on whether your car has a warranty. If you bought the car “as is,” then the law does not apply, unless you can prove that fraud was involved. But if you have one of three specific warranties, then you may be protected. A La Habra lemon law attorney can help you determine whether you have the right kind of warranty to proceed with a claim. Here are the three types of warranties that qualify:
As a buyer of a recent model used car, you may have a copy of the manufacturer’s new car warranty. When a titled vehicle is sold to a new owner and the vehicle is still under its original warranty period, the warranty protections transfer to you for the duration of that period.
“Certified Pre-Owned” vehicles have more protections than typical used cars. Only authorized dealerships can sell CPOs, so if you bought your vehicle elsewhere, this warranty will not apply to you. Certified Pre-Owned means that these used cars have been inspected, repaired and resold, and therefore they come with a CPO warranty.
If you buy a used car that was once a lemon (but the manufacturer repaired it and resold it), then you should have received a “lemon law buyback warranty.” Manufacturers are required by law to provide new owners of these buyback lemons a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty covering the lemon’s defect.
A La Habra used car lemon law attorney can help you sort your way through this somewhat complicated maze of used car warranties to determine whether you have a claim. Call us at (888) 407-2955 and we’ll answer your questions.
A surprising number of new vehicles roll off the assembly line with significant defects. Whether this is because of poor design or poor workmanship is anybody’s guess. Some of the defects pose serious safety risks, and all of them lead to major frustration for owners.
The California Lemon Law is known officially as the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act. This act was passed by the California General Assembly to protect unsuspecting consumers who buy these vehicles in good faith and don’t find out about the defects until after they sign the sales contract. If you are one of these car buyers in La Habra, California, don’t hesitate to contact Neale & Fhima. You don’t have to put up with a defective vehicle.
There’s a legal remedy you’re entitled to if you’ve been unlucky enough to have purchased a lemon. Rather than one more trip to the repair shop, contact an experienced La Habra lemon law attorney now. The skilled lawyers at Neale & Fhima have helped many La Habra consumers secure financial settlements or replacement vehicles by proving that their clients were sold lemons. Call us today at (888) 407-2955 for a free initial consultation about your case. Don’t wait!