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Is Lemon Law Limited By Mileage?

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

When you buy or lease a new vehicle, or you purchase a used vehicle that is still under the manufacturer’s warranty, you are protected by California’s Lemon Law. The Lemon Law is meant to protect auto buyers who are sold duds, defective vehicles. The Lemon Law gives you the right to return a defective… Read More »

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Lemon Law – What is That?

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

When you purchase a vehicle, you assume it will be in good working order. You have the right to a working car, at least until you’ve put tens of thousands of miles on it and put it through the wringer. If your car is already defective by the time you get it home, you… Read More »

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Does My Car Qualify For Lemon Law?

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

California’s Lemon Law protects auto buyers who purchase a vehicle with an inherent defect that prevents the buyer from enjoying the vehicle they thought they were purchasing. Pursuant to the Lemon Law, dealerships must either fix the defect, replace the car, or buy it back from the customer, depending on the circumstances. The Lemon… Read More »

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After Reports of Injuries, Ford Recalls 775,00 SUVs

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

We’ve discussed several auto recalls in recent months. In fact, there seems to be a never-ending supply of auto recalls issued by major auto manufacturers. Much of the time, however, defects are discovered by government agencies or the manufacturers themselves before anyone is actually hurt. Sometimes, however, dangerous defects are not discovered until after… Read More »

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The Dealership Says They Can’t Get the Parts to Fix My Car Because of the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

California’s Lemon Law guarantees auto buyers the right to a working, functional car. If you purchase or lease a covered vehicle and are within the requisite time limit, and you discover that your vehicle has a significant defect, the dealership has an obligation to either fix your car, buy it back, or give you… Read More »

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Prevailing Lemon Law Plaintiffs Entitled to Attorney Fees Generated After Turning Down Settlement Offer

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

Plaintiffs who are sold a defective vehicle have the right to get their money back. If the automaker or dealership refuses to buy the car back, plaintiffs may be entitled to the purchase price of the vehicle plus additional damages for other harm caused by the defective vehicle. When plaintiffs win a lemon law… Read More »

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Kia Recalls 380,000 Vehicles for Fire Risk, Tells Owners to “Park Outside”

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

Occasionally, product manufacturers and other large corporations appear so out of touch with reality that it would be funny if it weren’t so dangerous. Recently, Kia announced a recall of nearly 380,000 vehicles due to a severe fire risk. As part of the company’s recall announcement, they politely suggested Kia owners should park them… Read More »

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Study Reveals Automakers Delay Recalls to Avoid Press

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

At Nita Lemon Law Firm, we are very familiar with the auto recall process. Many people experience a vehicle defect and report the defect to the manufacturer or the government, the company hems and haws a bit, then finally issues a recall. Sometimes their own manufacturers discover the defect, sometimes the government pressures them… Read More »

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Tesla Agrees to Agency Request to Recall 135,000 Vehicles

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

Not even the car of the future is above selling dangerously defective cars to the public. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) made an unusual recall request to Tesla recently, asking that they recall nearly 135,000 vehicles across the United States in response to identified safety concerns. Read on to learn about the… Read More »

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BMW Customers File Class Action Due to Dangerously Defective Battery

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

Hyundai and Kia are not the only auto manufacturers on the hook for selling dangerous, defective cars. Luxury automakers are just as likely to skirt safety protocols and put a defective product on the market. A class action was recently filed in a California federal court alleging that automaker BMW sold thousands of hybrid… Read More »

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