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Can Used Cars Qualify For A Lemon Law Claim?

In California, the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act outlines the protections afforded to buyers of new and used lemons. Here is some information that will provide guidance on whether your used car qualifies for a lemon law claim in our state:

How Much Can I Get From A Lemon Law Claim In California?

If you purchased a bum vehicle, the Lemon Law protects your rights as a consumer. Find out how much you can expect to receive in a California Lemon Law claim for a new or used vehicle.

Latest Advancements In Car Safety

From Blind Spot Detection to Forward Collision Warning, advanced safety features abound in today's vehicles. Many alert drivers to potential dangers, thereby reducing the risk of collision.

Understanding the Lemon Law Claims Process

When you find out that you’ve purchased a lemon vehicle, you discover that it’s not just a hassle. Buying a defective vehicle can be a safety hazard and a drain on your finances.

How to Hire a Lemon Law Attorney

If you live in California, you may be eligible for a replacement or a refund. Otherwise known as the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, California's lemon law mandates that manufacturers replace or refund consumers for defective vehicles after the purchaser attempts a reasonable number of repairs.

California Lemon Laws: Guide to the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act

Lemon laws are designed to protect consumers who buy vehicles under warranty. These laws make sure that manufacturers are held accountable for the costs of a defective vehicle.

Customers Allege Deceptive Pricing by Retailers

A blog post about multiple cases citing deceptive pricing by multiple major brands.

Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA): An Overview

A blog post about the Connecticut laws centered around trade practices and consumer protection

Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices

Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices was intended to protect consumers.

Insuring your Car: What is "full coverage"?

This article provides a brief description of the different types of coverage available through auto insurers, and discusses the most important kinds of insurance.

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