Top Kelseyville California Lemon Law Attorneys

If you are unhappy with your recently purchased vehicle, The Law Office of Robert L. Starr can help. Located in Woodland Hills, California, our law firm will ensure you get the full protection afforded by the state's lemon law and federal warranty law. Lawyer Robert L. Starr is a real estate broker and a former finance officer with the Los Angeles Housing Department. Since founding his law firm in...

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    When Life Gives You Lemons... If you purchased a car, truck or some other motor vehicle only to have to return it to the dealership time and again for repairs, you may have a lemon on your hands. Fortunately, you have rights as a consumer, and you can turn to me, attorney Patrea R. Bullock, The Lemon Law Expert, for help rectifying your situation. From my law office in Roseville, California, I...

Is Your Car a Lemon?

You've come to the right place.  If you recently purchased a new car, truck, RV, or boat and found that it has a serious defect or mechanical problem, a lemon law lawyer can help.

Lemon law lawyers assist with all aspects of a vehicle purchase -- from car buyer protection plans to extended car warranties -- and can identify your options.

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