CALIFORNIA LEMON LAW
The California Lemon Law (Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act) is a law designed to provide consumer protection for buyers/lessors of products covered by warranty. Specifically, if a nonconformity in a warranted consumer good or vehicle is not repaired after a reasonable number of attempts, the warrantor must repurchase or replace the consumer good or vehicle.
The CA Lemon Law applies to most warranted consumer goods and vehicles sold at retail in the state. Examples of products the Lemon Law applies to are – cars, trucks, vans, motorhomes, motorcycles, appliances, assistive devices, etc. The Lemon Law applies to certain business use vehicles as well as warranted used vehicles and consumer goods.
LEMON LAW LAWYER FOR CARS, TRUCKS, VANS, MOTORHOMES, MOTORCYCLES & MORE
David J. Farrell is a California Lemon Law attorney with more than 20 years of experience handling California Lemon Law cases. As a Lemon Law lawyer, David Farrell has personally handled over 2,000 cases, resulting in millions of dollars in recovery for his clients. David Farrell is an experienced trial attorney having tried several Lemon Law cases to verdict.
David Farrell personally handles all aspects of his client’s cases and is always available to answer his client’s questions. He also personally consults with each potential client and personally reviews all documents prior to rendering an initial opinion.
The Law Offices of David J. Farrell takes various Lemon Law cases concerning new and used cars, trucks, vans, motorhomes, motorcycles and more.
The Law Offices of David J. Farrell maintains this website to provide general information concerning the California Lemon Law and the services offered by David Farrell. The information herein is not intended to provide legal advice for any specific factual situation. For an actual opinion concerning a particular factual situation and its applicability to the CA Lemon Law or other laws, one should contact David Farrell for a free consultation. David Farrell is licensed to practice law in the State of California.
If you have a consumer good or vehicle that was purchased outside of California, you should consult an attorney from the state the consumer good or vehicle was purchased and/or serviced.