Live in the Los Angeles region? Need a lemon law attorney? Look no further than Knight Law Group, LLP.
If the vehicle you got from a California dealership just can’t seem to get fixed, you might have a lemon.
Live in the Los Angeles region? If your car, truck or SUV has problems that won’t go away, our LA lemon law attorneys can help you get rid of your lemon and obtain substantial cash compensation.
Our Los Angeles Lemon Law Office
10250 Constellation Blvd, Suite 2500 Los Angeles, CA 90067
Whether you live in Los Angeles, Irvine, Santa Barbara or elsewhere in the Los Angeles, Orange, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, our lemon lawyers can serve you where you live.
Knight Law Group is the top player in California Lemon Law with record verdicts and a 99% success rate under our belts. We have served thousands of Los Angeles lemon owners like you in cases of automotive lemon law and consumer fraud. Under the California Lemon Law, lemon owners like you are eligible for cash compensation, a vehicle replacement or a lemon law buyback.
It all starts with a free initial consultation at 877-222-2222 to learn more about your lemon law rights.
How do I know if my vehicle is a lemon?
There are two components to knowing whether you can go for a lemon law claim: 1) if your vehicle qualifies for lemon law protection and 2) if the lemon law considers your vehicle to be defective.
Defective Vehicle Criteria
Under the California Lemon Law, a vehicle is considered a lemon if it has a defect that affects its use, safety or value, and an authorized dealership or repair shop couldn’t fix the defect within a “reasonable” number of attempts within the warranty period.
The number of attempts considered “reasonable” will vary case by case. However, at least one of those attempts has to happen before the warranty expires.
Vehicles Covered by Lemon Law
The California Lemon Law protects new or used motor vehicles if they were bought or leased from a dealership in California, if that vehicle has a warranty issued by the auto manufacturer. The vehicle has to be owned or leased by a California resident and set aside for personal, family or household use.
However, there are exceptions for owners of small businesses and members of the Armed Forces. A vehicle can be set aside for business use if the business has no more than five vehicles, each one under 10,000 pounds. Members of the Armed Forces can pursue California lemon law claims if they purchased vehicles in California before serving elsewhere in the country, or if they purchased vehicles elsewhere in the U.S. before being stationed in California.
The Lemon Law Process
The first step to any lemon law claim is to get a legal consultation on your potential case.
Our initial consultations are completely free. The consultation can take as little as five minutes, depending on how many questions we ask, and how much you share during the consultation. We typically ask you about your vehicle model, the problems you’ve been experiencing and the repairs you’ve had on your vehicle so far.
At the end of that consultation, we’ll request certain documents for another layer of review. This typically includes repair orders and warranty information. These documents will be used to determine the viability of your lemon law claim.
How much do lemon law services cost?
You will not pay any costs out of pocket for our lemon law services. That’s due to a particular rule in the California Lemon Law. If you win your lemon law claim, the auto manufacturer has to pay for your attorney’s fees and costs. If you lose against the auto manufacturer, we don’t get paid. Either way, this clause exists to even the playing field between consumers and auto manufacturers.
Your financial situation will not determine whether our lemon law attorneys help you. If you have a car, truck or other vehicle with problems that won’t go away, we can begin the lemon law process by offering you a free consultation at our 24/7 number: 877-222-2222.
Why choose Knight Law Group?
Our lemon law attorneys can help those all across Los Angeles County get rid of their defective vehicles and recover significant cash compensation. If you suspect that you have a defective vehicle, call us for a free consultation at 877-222-2222. During your consultation, you can ask our California lemon law firm any questions you have about the California Lemon Law and your legal rights.
Knight Law Group is devoted wholly to the practice of the California Lemon Law, winning the following record verdicts:
Number #1 Verdict in 2017 for California Lemon Law: $1.4 million
Number #1 Verdict in 2018 for California Lemon Law: $2.8 million
Our Los Angeles lemon law firm has enthusiastically helped these happy clients:
“Such a great experience to have this law group as my representative during the process of the evaluation on my vehicle by the California lemon law. Very professional and responsible, definitely I recommend it. Thank you so much, I’m very happy with the results. Thank you again.”
–Adriana C, Torrance, CA
“I have nothing but good things to say about Knight Law Group. Angie Lopez and her team were extremely helpful in successfully helping me with my lemon case. They are very professional, honest, and communication and follow through was exceptional. I highly recommend this firm, you will be in good hands!”
–Michelle M., Santa Monica, CA
“Great service, the team was always available for any questions that surfaced during my buy-back program. Highly recommend this firm for any lemon car situation.”
–Marco H., Los Angeles, CA
If you need the help of a Los Angeles lemon law attorney, do not hesitate to contact Knight Law Group! Our team of lemon law experts will gladly answer any question you may have about your faulty vehicle and California lemon law rights. To get started, fill out our form below or call us at 877-222-2222 for a free lemon law consultation.
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We are a California lemon law firm that helps California residents who bought or leased their vehicles from a licensed dealership in California. Unless you are an active member of the Armed Forces, we cannot help you if you do not reside in California or purchased your vehicle outside of California.