Call For A FREE Consultation

Traffic driving down the street in Glendale, California.

Protecting Consumers from Automotive Manufacturers Since 1987

Is the Lemon Law Limited by Mileage?

When you lease or purchase a new vehicle in the state of California, you’re immediately protected by the state’s lemon law.  This means the car you purchased is expected to be problem-free, safe, and shouldn’t put you or your passengers in any danger. If it turns out you were sold a defective vehicle, the state’ more

Read More

Driving a Toyota or Lexus? It May Need its Engine Replaced

If you recently purchased a brand-new Lexus or Toyota, you may be driving a vehicle that could overheat, stall, or catch fire at any moment, placing your safety at grave risk. So far, more than 44,000 2019 and 2020 cars and SUVs have been recalled due to a defect in the engine block, according to more

Read More

5 Engines Consumers Should Avoid

Despite nearly 150 years of research, development, and refinement, modern engines still function based on the principle of using a reciprocating piston to extract power from a controlled explosion. Despite the new technology that manufacturers like General Motors and Ford Motor Company use to design their engines, mistakes can still happen. An engine can more

Read More

Recent Reports of Defective Cars

Despite rapidly advancing technology, certain car models can still be flawed from time to time. Unfortunately, these flaws can have deadly consequences. Two recent cases of defective cars in the U.S. involve a probe of 205,000 Ford Fiestas with doors that have reportedly failed to latch and faulty ignition switches in GM cars that more

Read More

ALERT: 2011 Jeep Patriots Under Investigation for Stalling

From time to time we alert our car buying public of problem vehicles. Often such cars with well-documented defects are also potential Lemon Law candidates. Automotive news in their Oct. 29, 2012 issue reports that safety officials have begun a preliminary evaluation into complaints of stalling engines in 2011 and 2012 model year Jeep more

Read More

Toyota Recall: Stop Apologizing and Do Something Real

Is it just me, or did the rest of the viewing public think the Toyota recall related scripted apologies a bit too humble, a bit too insincere and perhaps a tad too manufactured? (Pardon the play on words.) The true test of a sincere apology is not so much what the wrong doer says, it more

Read More

Repair Order Alteration Dealer Trick #2

One of the tests for determining whether a vehicle is a lemon is whether there have been repeated repairs for the same problem. To avoid this, the dealership will often write up the same problem in different ways to make it look like different problems. This is subtle, and you might not even notice it, more

Read More

Contact Us

  • 425 West Broadway, Suite 220
    Glendale, CA 91204

Regular Hours

  • Monday - Friday
  • 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.


We'll review your case and assess the best possible outcome.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.