You purchased a new vehicle just recently and in the first few months of owning it, you've already had to take it in to the mechanic multiple times for the same problem. Is your vehicle a lemon? Is your mechanic acting fraudulently by taking your money, but not fixing the car's problem?
Our Riverside lemon law attorney, Howard D. Silver, answers these questions and offers advice on how to proceed in the video below:
If your vehicle is being fraudulently working upon by a mechanic, you may have recourse to file a lawsuit. Furthermore, California law may stipulate that the mechanic would have to pay your attorney fees. Also, if it is discovered that your vehicle in indeed a lemon, then you would have grounds to pursue a lawsuit against its manufacturer with the help or our Los Angeles lemon law lawyer.
To schedule a free case review with Mr. Silver, please call us today at (855) 341-2611.