If you believe that you vehicle qualifies as a lemon under California law, then you most likely have already had your vehicle evaluated by both the dealership and a private mechanic. To prove that a vehicle is a lemon, it must have an issue that can't be fixed, be under warranty, and out of service for more than 30 days.
Once a dealership or manufacturer believes that you've established a case that your vehicle qualifies under California lemon law, they may suggest that you solve your case using arbitration.
Arbitration is a method for the dealership or manufacturer to control the situation and encourage you not to seek the help of an experienced Los Angeles lemon law lawyer. Oftentimes, arbitration will result in a positive result for the dealer; not the individual.
Our attorney, Howard D. Silver, discusses the difference between arbitration and hiring an attorney to represent you in or out of court. View the video below for more information:
To contact Howard Silver and schedule a free consultation, please contact us today by calling (855) 341-2611.