Luis Aguirre, an Irvine lemon law attorney and U.S. Military veteran, who focuses on breach of manufacturer contract and warranty law, otherwise known as lemon law. Our law firm is here to represent Irvine residents who have been victims of defective vehicle purchases.
Before becoming a lawyer, Mr. Aguirre worked for a law firm that represents vehicle manufacturers against lemon law claims. In other words, he has been on the other side of the issue and has a thorough understanding of the tactics that automakers use to prevent them from taking full responsibility for their breach of warranty actions.
Luis Aguirre is a U.S. military veteran of 12 years, both on the active and reserve components. He holds two masters of law (LLM) degrees in addition to his Juris Doctorate law degree (J.D.). Mr. Aguirre is an immigrant to the United States, a country he deeply loves, respects, and served as a proud member of its armed forces.
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What Our Law Firm Can do For Your Case
A competent attorney’s job is to assess whether an automaker breached their agreement by not providing on their promises as stated in their guarantee and match their violations up against the Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act. Our law office is here to help you with your legal case. We are here to represent you!
Do I have a Lemon Law Claim?
A lemon law claim is also known as a breach of contract claim against the automaker. In California, the Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act was enacted by the State Legislature to protect consumers from defective vehicles. Details of the law can be found in California’s Civil Code.
When you buy a new car from a dealer, the maker of that car gives you, the buyer, certain “guarantees” as stated in their written warranty and implied guarantee of merchantability. These warranties guarantee that your car will adhere to those standards. In other words, in the case of an implied warranty of merchantability, the car should perform and operate as it is intended to do so. In the case of written warranties, the car should adhere to those standards as well.
If the vehicle does not conform to their promises, then the carmaker may have breached their agreement.
If you’re looking for a lemon law attorney in Irvine and feel that your car manufacturer may have breached their warranty agreement by not delivering a properly working vehicle that should adhere to those promises, you may have a lemon law claim.
The best way to know is to speak with a knowledgeable lemon law attorney to assess the details of your case. Contact us to schedule an appointment and visit our law office today.
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