Were you the Victim of Auto Dealer
Fraud or Misrepresentation by a New Car Dealer, Used Car Dealer, R.V. Dealer, or other consumer fraud victim?
Is your car a lemon under the California Lemon Law?
Is your Service Contract
company refusing to pay for warranty repairs?
Were you the Victim of Bait and Switch or other False Advertising?
Is that collection agency violating the California Fair
Debt Collection Practices Act?
California Law provides a wealth of consumer protection remedies,
including damages, restitution, injunctions, and penalties, in favor of buyers of new and used automobiles,
and other consumer products and services. This means that if you were misled or defrauded, we can probably get you out
of your contract, get you your money back, and get your attorney's fees and other court costs from them!
This office sues mostly car dealers, and can proudly say that it has almost never lost a case to a car
California's 3-day right to rescind some contracts does not
apply to automobile purchase and lease agreements, but fraud or misrepresentation and countless other violations
during the sale negotiations can provide the basis to rescind the contract and get your money back!
Additionally, California's Lemon Law provides the right to a refund or new replacement vehicle or other product for warranty
problems the manufacturer is unable to fix after a reasonable number of attempts. The Lemon Law applies to new and used consumer
goods, including motor vehicles, and even covers vehicles purchased for business use if no more than 5 vehicles are owned.
The Lemon Law also covers service contracts, implied warranties, and provides strict requirements for As-Is sales.
protection laws provide for the recovery of attorney's fees and court costs from the dealer or other business.