If a car you bought from the dealership starts to have repeated problems, there’s hope. California law protects consumers who have purchased defective new vehicles, and in some cases, used cars.
A breach of vehicle warranty claim, also known as a lemon law claim, is made against the car manufacturer. California lawmakers enacted the Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act to protect consumers who purchase defective vehicles still covered by their original warranties.
(Information on this important piece of legislation can be found more specifically within Section 1790, et seq. of the California Civil Code and related statutes such as the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act, Unfair Competition Law, and False Advertisement such as Business and Professions Code 17200 and 17500).
When you buy a new car, one of the most important considerations is whether or not it comes with a vehicle manufacturer’s express warranty. An express warranty is explicit and written on behalf of the vehicle manufacturer that guarantees specific standards in terms of how your vehicle should work or perform overtime. For example, the warranty may state that a car can get 15-mpg on the highway for every 35 miles driven.
Express warranties are generally written but sometimes may be made verbal on behalf of a vehicle dealership. On the other hand, implicit warranties are inferred by law regarding how a vehicle should perform.
About Luis Aguirre: Lawyer and U.S. Veteran
Luis Aguirre proudly served in the U.S. Armed Forces for 12 years, both on active duty and reserve components. His educational background consists of two master’s degrees in law and a Juris Doctor degree (J.D.). He is an immigrant to the United States of America, a country he deeply respects and served proudly as a member of its armed forces.
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Luis Aguirre is a Lake Forest lemon law attorney and U.S. military veteran that practices breach of vehicle manufacturer warranty, also known as the lemon law. Our firm represents residents living in Lake Forest who have purchased defective vehicles or trucks from auto manufacturers.
For the auto industry, Luis Aguirre is a fierce opponent. Before starting his own law firm, and before becoming an attorney, and while a law clerk, he was part of a team that defended a major U.S. auto manufacturer against its lemon law claims. Luis Aguirre holds a comprehensive knowledge of the inner workings of the auto breach of warranty industry, including the disingenuous strategies they use to prevent them from taking responsibility for the harm they cause consumers like you. For this reason, he has a better understanding of the auto industry than other attorneys.
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A knowledgeable lemon law attorney will assess whether a vehicle or truck manufacturer breached its contract by not delivering on promises as stated in the manufacturer’s express warranty and matching these violations against California’s lemon laws and related statutes. Our experienced team is here to support you through every step of this process, from assessing your legal rights to negotiating for any compensation that may be due.
Contact our law offices today if you feel that an auto manufacturer has breached warranties or their contract and violated your rights. You have every right to be heard, and we are here to support you through the entire process.
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If you’ve been searching for a lemon law attorney in Lake Forest and are concerned that the manufacturer may have breached their contract or warranty by providing you a defective vehicle, contact us today. The Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act provides attorneys fees to be paid by the vehicle manufacturer if you prevail in your case. We are here to assist you and provide free no-obligation consultations.
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About the City of Lake Forest, CA
Lake Forest is a city in Orange County, California. It has been around since 1887 and was incorporated as the “Town of Lake Forest” on December 20th, 1908. The town had a population of 4,599 people at the time it was incorporated. Presently, the population is over 80,000.
Its early roots are in agriculture and it was once a stop for stagecoaches. It is now a bedroom community with people commuting to Orange County’s more urban area jobs, such as the Irvine Spectrum Center, Disneyland, and other locations.
Lake Forest has always been an agricultural town that served as a stopping-off point for hikers on their way up Mount San Antonio. The first settlement by Europeans in what became Lake Forest happened sometime between 1851 and 1861 when Oliver Janssens came from Europe after hearing about its fertile land. He purchased over 800 acres of Rancho Lomas de Santiago which included most of present-day Lake Forest. At this time, there were only grazing cattle but no crops planted nor trees logged due to early settlers wanting all available resources left untouched.
In the 1940s Lake Forest was more suburban with just a few stores and businesses in the downtown area. The 1960s brought about changes as residential developments started to grow around this time.
The 1970s saw Lake Forest’s population rise tremendously due to its close proximity to Los Angeles County, which was experiencing economic hardship at the time. In 1973-1974, Orange County further expanded by annexing Saddleback Valley from San Diego County and Laguna Hills from Riverside County; these communities were then known collectively as “South Orange”.
Today, Lake Forest is home to the headquarters of Oracle Corporation, Dyson, and many other Fortune 500 companies. It is well known for its beautiful parks with a large selection of activities to enjoy including festivals, concerts, bike rides, and much more.
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