Leased Vehicle Lemon Law Lawyer in San Diego

In the past decade, leased vehicles have become more and more popular among consumers and, while the financial benefits of leasing a vehicle are comparable to purchasing, consumers of leased vehicles are often concerned about their protection under the lemon law. Although the degree of protection under the lemon law can vary from state to state, the protection afforded under California law is the same regardless of whether the consumer purchased or leased their vehicle. If you need more information regarding leased vehicles and the lemon law, contact the best lemon law lawyer in San Diego to explore the option of starting a case.

Even though the California Lemon Law, a provision of the more general Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, provides equal protection for consumers of purchased and leased vehicles, consumers should note that this protection is only valid for vehicles that are purchased or leased with a manufacturer’s express written warranty. Filing a lemon law claim with the proper legal authority is essentially requesting that a judge enforce the manufacturer’s express written warranty and require the manufacturer to replace a defective vehicle or financially compensate the consumer for their monetary loss. Consumers of purchased or leased vehicles that do not receive an express written warranty at the time of the purchase or lease transaction will not have a valid claim under the lemon law.

California Lemon Law Consumer Protection

The California Lemon Law protects consumers who buy or lease a vehicle that displays material defects. A material defect is one that affects the use, value or safety of a purchased or leased vehicle and is a standard that is considered from the consumer’s point of view. Regardless of whether a vehicle was purchased or leased, manufacturers, or their agents, must be provided a reasonable opportunity to address the defect before a lemon law claim can be successfully litigated.

Courts have noted that the wording of the lemon law statute could be confusing or misleading to consumers. The lemon law statute uses words such as “buyer” and “bought” throughout the statute that may lead consumers of leased vehicles to believe that their defective motor vehicle is not covered under California’s Lemon Law. While the wording of the statute may be misleading, the California Legislature and California Courts are clear that leased vehicles will receive the same protection as purchased motor vehicles under the law. The lemon law requires a manufacturer of a defective motor vehicle, whether new, used or leased, to replace the vehicle or compensate the consumer monetarily should the manufacturer be unable to fix the defect after a reasonable number of repair attempts. Therefore, consumers of leased vehicles can feel confident that their transaction will not limit their rights to consumer protection under the law.

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Scott Law Group P.C. May be Able to Help

At our top rated firm, we have over a decade of prior law experience defending Fortune 500 companies in these types of complex cases. Every case is unique and we fight arduously to find a solution to every case and have the courts decide in our clients’ favor. We use our extensive professional experience to find the best positive outcome possible for our valued clients. Some lemon law firms will hand over the case to another law firm if the manufacturer wants to go to trial. But Christian is aggressive and willing to litigate in order to get a favorable result for his valued clients.  Whether you bought or leased a new or used motor vehicle such as a car, truck, motorcycle, SUV or RVs/motor home, let us give you our expert advise. You may have numerous frequently asked questions prior to deciding to pursue a case. Rather than have you try to figure it out for yourself, let us advise you and let’s talk it through. We’ll address any concern and answer any question you may have prior to making any decisions on pursuing a case. We provide statewide service in California.

Rather than try to take on the vehicle manufacturer yourself, call the best lemon law lawyer in San Diego and let Christian Scott, the best attorney in your area give you the professional advice you need regarding a possible case.  We provide statewide service and we offer the best customer service around. Do not hesitate any longer, call now for a FREE case review.  All calls are returned within 24 hours.  Or if you prefer, complete the FREE Case Review Form.  Remember, you have nothing to lose, it’s FREE!

Litigation Lemon Law Group

SCOTT LAW GROUP P.C. represents plaintiffs detailed in the areas served section and across California who have purchased a lemon vehicle, have been seriously injured in an accident or have been a victim of dealer fraud. Examples of dealer fraud include undisclosed repairs or accident damage, undisclosed rental use and changing the terms after the purchase has been negotiated and the car is taken home. If you received a Notice of Intent after your vehicle was repossessed or if you purchased a prior lemon vehicle, we want to hear from you.  We have also provided a lemon law news section where you can reference information regarding this issue. We have over a decade of prior experience defending Fortune 500 companies in these types of cases. We know what corporate America thinks, does and hides and we use that experience to sue auto manufacturers, dealerships, businesses and individuals on behalf of our valued clients to recover damages and rightly compensate them for their losses. We provide excellent legal representation in both English and Spanish (Español). We can evaluate your case via our online Free Case Review form. We are serious. We achieve amazing results for our valued clients. This is who we are. This is what we do and we do it well.

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I bought a new car for the first time in my life and lo and behold I had bought a lemon. It was disappointing and I and didn't know what to do at first. A good friend recommended that I seek the help of a lemon law attorney. I searched on line and found Scott Law Group. I contacted them and they provided me with their professional expertise and knowledge to help me get my vehicle bought back by the manufacturer. Communication was great and they kept me posted on every move that was made throughout the duration of the case. Overall it was a great experience and If you ever need a lemon law attorney, contact Scott Law Group, you will not be disappointed.