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Dealing with a Lemon Car

Have you recently purchased a brand-new car, only to find it riddled with defects and problems? If so, you might be wondering if you’re stuck with a “lemon” on your hands. A lemon car is a vehicle that possesses a significant defect that cannot be repaired after a reasonable number of attempts. If you find […]

What is product liability?

In California, manufacturers and distributors of defective products may be liable for damages caused by their products. This liability is known as product liability. Product liability is a type of tort. This means that the manufacturer or distributor must have been negligent or acted intentionally to be liable. What can be considered a defective product? […]

Calculate a Lemon Law Buyback

The California Lemon Law is a consumer protection law that gives buyers of new or used vehicles the right to cancel their purchase contract if the vehicle has severe defects that make it unsafe or inoperable. If you are a vehicle buyer in California who has experienced problems with your vehicle, you may be entitled […]

Is your motorcycle a lemon?

When you buy a new motorcycle, you expect it to be reliable and free of defects. But what if it turns out to be faulty? A motorcycle that has a defect substantially affects its use, value, and safety. If your motorcycle is a lemon, you may be entitled to a refund or replacement under California […]

Do you have a defective car?

If you have just bought a new car, you may be wondering what to do if it turns out to be a “lemon”? A lemon is a car that has a major flaw that cannot be fixed after a reasonable number of tries. If you drive a faulty car, you may be entitled to a […]

Defective products

Defective Microwave, Defective Products

Under California state law, people who are injured by a defective product may be entitled to compensation. This is true regardless of whether the manufacturer was negligent in producing or marketing the product. The injured party does not have to prove that the manufacturer was at fault for their injury in order to receive compensation. […]