Debunking the Most Common Myths
There are numerous lemon law myths that can change how we view a problematic vehicle. At Mark Charles Law, APC in Pasadena, we will explain these myths to you so you can understand how the lemon laws apply to your situation.
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The Truth About Lemon Laws
Our team is ready to answer any questions you may have about lemon laws. However, we also compiled a short list of the most common myths and their accompanying facts.
- Lemon laws only cover motor vehicles: It is a common misconception that lemon laws only apply to cars. The fact is that lemon laws are applicable to any consumer product that has a warranty, including motorcycles, SUVs, computers, and even home appliances.
- You cannot file a claim for used products: California’s Lemon Laws protect your car if it is still under the manufacturer’s warranty. This applies even if you have purchased a used vehicle.
- When the warranty expires on a product, it is no longer protected by lemon laws: If an issue begins while the car is still under the manufacturer’s warranty and the problems cannot be fixed, you still have rights under California’s lemon laws. Our attorney will examine your case to see if these laws still apply.
- If you get your car fixed, you will no longer have a lemon law case: Just because your car is fixed, does not mean you cannot take any legal action. The issues your car suffers from may happen again or the car may have additional problems in the future.
Schedule a Free Consultation with an Experienced Lemon Law Attorney Today!
If you need assistance with a lemon law claim, do not hesitate to reach out to the team at Mark Charles Law, APC in Pasadena. Our attorney is backed by more than two decades of experience and a history of successful results. You can rely on us for the skilled representation and advice you need.
Reach out to our law office today at (626) 844-7710 to request a free consultation.