Serving All of California

Protecting Consumers
from Defective Vehicles

At Kazerouni Law Group, we understand the frustration and financial burden of purchasing a vehicle that fails to meet quality and performance standards. California’s Lemon Law provides important protections for vehicle owners, ensuring that defects are either repaired, replaced, or refunded by the manufacturer. Our experienced attorneys specialize in navigating these complex laws to secure the best outcomes for our clients.


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What Is California Lemon Law?

California Lemon Law applies to new and certified pre-owned vehicles sold or leased in California that come with a manufacturer’s warranty. This law covers cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, and even motorcycles, RVs and boats, provided they have substantial defects that affect the use, value, or safety of the vehicle and have not been fixed after a reasonable number of attempts.

Who We Help

Consumers with New and CPO Vehicles

If your new or certified pre-owned vehicle is still under the manufacturer’s warranty, you may be eligible for relief under the Lemon Law.


Leaseholders experiencing issues with defective vehicles are also protected under this law.

Military Personnel

Special provisions apply for military personnel stationed in California, ensuring their protection regardless of where their vehicle was purchased.

Who We Help


Our Services

100% Costs & Fees paid by Automaker

We provide a free consultation and discuss so you understand your rights and options without any obligation. No fees paid if we don’t get you a recovery.

Comprehensive Case Evaluation

We thoroughly assess the specifics of your situation, including reviewing your repair history and warranty details.

Negotiation with Manufacturers

Our skilled lawyers handle all communications and negotiations with the auto manufacturer or dealership.


If necessary, we are prepared to litigate to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve, including a replacement vehicle or a refund.

Frequently Asked Questions

A vehicle is considered a "lemon" under California law if it has substantial manufacturing defects affecting its use, safety, or value, and these issues have not been fixed after a reasonable number of repair attempts by an authorized dealer within the warranty period.

The law covers new and used vehicles that are still under the manufacturer's original warranty. This includes cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, motorcycles, and in some cases, RV's, boats, and other recreational vehicles.

While the law doesn't specify an exact number, a vehicle may be deemed a lemon if it has undergone multiple repairs for the same issue, particularly if the problem is serious enough to potentially cause injury or death. Additionally, if the vehicle is out of service for repairs for more than 30 cumulative days during the warranty period, it might also be classified as a lemon.

If your vehicle is declared a lemon, the manufacturer is generally required to either replace the vehicle with a new one or refund the purchase price minus a deduction for usage before the first repair attempt. As such compensation can include a refund, replacement of vehicle, or a cash & keep settlement.  

Yes, leased vehicles are covered under the California Lemon Law as long as they are under the manufacturer's new vehicle warranty. This includes any vehicle that is leased with a warranty, ensuring that lessees receive the same protections as purchasers if their vehicle turns out to be a lemon

Why Choose Kazerouni Law Group?

Experienced Attorneys

Our team has extensive experience and a proven track record in Lemon Law cases.

No Out-of-Pocket Costs

We operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing unless we win your case.

Client-Centric Approach

We prioritize your needs and keep you informed throughout the process.

We Go The Distance

We have secured refunds, replacements, and cash settlements for our clients and go the distance to trial.

We Go The Extra Mile

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