Breach of Warranty in California
California Lemon Law Attorney
As the purchaser or lessee of a vehicle, you possess specific consumer
rights that must be protected. An owner of a defective vehicle that does
not qualify for a buyback under the lemon law may have recourse for violations
of breach of warranty. As long as the vehicle is under warranty, the manufacturer
has an obligation to you to repair all defects that are covered by the warranty.
Consumer vehicles that fall outside of the lemon law buyback criteria may
still have protection under breach of warranty theories. If your manufacturer
has breached your warranty, you may be entitled to substantial damages. Our
California lemon law attorneys offer information on what to do where there is a breach of warranty. There
is a statute of limitations of four years in which you can bring a lawsuit
for breach of warranty. We can help you take action to ensure that you
are adequately protected.
Take Legal Action with Help from Norman Taylor & Associates
Breach of warranty laws require the manufacturer to repair the vehicle
as long as it is within the term of the warranty and the defect is covered
as set forth in the warranty. You may have a breach of warranty claim
if the dealership has violated any part of the agreement. Under California's
lemon law, manufacturers can be considered to have breached the warranty
after a reasonable number of repair attempts, or for refusing to honor
the warranty, depending on the circumstances.
At Norman Taylor & Associates, our California lemon law lawyers understand
the laws regarding breach of warranties and what legal actions can be
taken. We can help you pursue a replacement vehicle or a full refund in
the quickest manner possible. With more than 50 years of combined legal
experience, our legal guidance can provide substantial benefits to your case.
Contact Norman Taylor & Associates today to begin fighting for a solid resolution.