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3 Tips to Help You Win a California Lemon Law Claim

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

When your new car has the same mechanical issue repeatedly while still under warranty, leaving you stuck without your car for days or weeks at a time, you have a right under California law to seek compensation through a Lemon Law claim. Whether you’re successful in pursuing a Lemon Law claim often depends on… Read More »

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What are You Entitled to in a Lemon Law Buyback?

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

The California Lemon Law offers two options for consumers who can show that they’ve been sold a lemon and are entitled to compensation. If you’re wondering about what happens after you’ve proved that the manufacturer of your car sold you a lemon, read on to learn about how vehicle buyback payments are calculated, and… Read More »

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When Will My Car Be Deemed a “Lemon” under California Law?

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

Trying to get to work or school or running basic errands when you don’t have a working car can be a serious burden. When your car is fairly new and still covered by a warranty, this can feel even more frustrating, knowing that you spent good money on a car that should work as… Read More »

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Can California Lemon Laws be Used for Business Vehicles?

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

Sole proprietors and small business owners often operate on narrow profit margins. They may be highly dependent on the equipment they purchase for their business to work as promised—and unable to make enough money to stay afloat when it doesn’t. When a California small business invests a substantial amount of money in a vehicle,… Read More »

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Are Used Cars Covered by the Lemon Law?

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

Most pragmatic car buyers in the market for a used vehicle will conduct a thorough inspection of a car before making a purchase. They may bring a friend with them who knows more about cars than they do, or even take the car for a pre-purchase inspection by a trusted mechanic. Despite taking every… Read More »

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What’s the Difference between a Car That’s Been Recalled and a Lemon?

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

When buying a new car or truck, we want to be able to trust that the car is safe and in good working order, and that it will remain in good working condition for many years to come. Unfortunately, not all California vehicle owners are so lucky. When a car is beset by mechanical… Read More »

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Press Release

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

Find out everything you need to know about California Lemon Law and auto dealer fraud on Nita Lemon Law’s dynamic new website! Contact Nita Lemon Law if you think you got stuck with a lemon or have been the victim of deceptive automotive practices…Read More

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Is It a Good Idea to Arbitrate My Lemon Law Claim?

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

If you’ve been having chronic problems with a new car purchased in California, you may be considering filing a Lemon Law claim and seeking a buyback of your vehicle. The manufacturer will almost certainly try to convince you to arbitrate your claim rather than file a claim in court. The arbitration process may sound… Read More »

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What are the Steps in a Lemon Law Claim?

By Nita Lemon Law Firm |

Having to seek repair after repair on your vehicle is frustrating and stressful. If you’ve ended up in the repair shop time and again on the same issue, you may be entitled to compensation under California’s Lemon Law for your trouble. While pursuing a Lemon Law claim is difficult to do without expert help,… Read More »

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