Braff Injury Law Practice
In California, the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, which is known as the Lemon law, is supposed to protect the consumers’ legal rights and to compensate them for the financial losses resulting from the purchase of a defective product that is unsafe to use. When this act was introduced in 1970, it required the manufacturers of the defective products to either repurchase the faulty item or to replace it with a new product of the same make and model. However, it is only possible for a consumer to file a Lemon law claim for compensation after a reasonable number of failed repair attempts by the manufacturer or authorized dealer. And Braff Injury Law Practice is here to help.
The Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act is applicable to different types of consumer products. However, it is frequently used for vehicles that have failed to function properly due to having a defect or an issue that could not be repaired, despite multiple attempts. At Braff Injury Law Practice, we know your vehicle qualifies to be a Lemon if the following problems occur within 18 months of purchase and delivery of the vehicle or before the odometer shows 18,000 miles.