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Boat and Watercraft Lemon Law Attorney In La Verne

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As the owner of a boat or other type of watercraft, there’s nothing that can equal the enjoyment of leisure time and recreational activities on local area lakes, or the in the Pacific Ocean. And that is the intention behind your investment in a boat or watercraft.

But what happens if your boat or watercraft spends more time getting repaired than being out on the water? It’s important to understand that California’s Lemon Law was designed to protect boat and watercraft owners, and not just motor vehicle owners. A Boats and Watercraft Lemon lawyer in La Verne, with BL Accident Law, can help you get the justice you deserve if you’ve leased or purchased a defective vessel.

California’s Lemon Law for Boats and Watercraft

California’s Lemon Law not only applies to motor vehicles but also to boats and watercraft that are leased or sold with a Manufacturer’s Warranty. The law applies to all types of boats, with or without a motor, and to personal watercraft such as jet skis and sea doo. Once you lease or purchase a vessel with a warranty, you automatically have Lemon Law protection. Furthermore, California’s Lemon Law holds manufacturers accountable for any defects covered by their warranties.

However, the hidden fact is that though you are entitled to damages, refund of the money you invested in the boat or watercraft, or even to get a replacement, you need to prove that your current merchandise is a lemon. And that is why you need a good lawyer to represent your rights and help you get justice. Our team of astute lawyers specialize in cases under Lemon Laws in California, and they have had considerable successes.

Whenever a consumer pursues a Lemon Law with the assistance of a BL Accident Law Boats and Watercraft Lemon lawyer in La Verne, the manufacturer will be notified of any critical safety issues regarding their products. Notifying the manufacturer not only puts them on notice about your Lemon Law claim, but it also informs them of a safety issue that could affect anyone who uses the California waterways. Consequently, California’s Lemon Law applies to any defect that compromises the safety, use, and value of the vessel.

Lemon Law Covers Watercrafts

Basically, California’s Lemon Law covers any type of boat or watercraft that is leased or sold with a Manufacturer’s Warranty. This includes any type of boat whether it has a motor or not. As example, the boats and watercraft that are listed below are covered by California’s Lemon Law:

If you’re the unhappy owner of a defective boat or watercraft, you only have a certain amount of time to file a Lemon Law claim. Don’t procrastinate. Contact BL Accident Law today and speak with a Boats and Watercraft Lemon lawyer, in La Verne. We know how to navigate the legal maze of Lemon Laws and help you get the compensation you are entitled to as per the laws.

Boat and Watercraft Lemon Law – Statute of Limitations

In the state of California, the Statute of Limitations when filing a claim against a boat or watercraft manufacturer is four years from the date you were aware, or should’ve been aware, that the vessel was defective. This doesn’t always mean that you cannot file a Lemon Law claim if you’ve owned the vessel for more than four years. We have filed claims against boat and watercraft manufacturers after more than four years from the date the vessel was leased or purchased.

Therefore, if your boat or watercraft is defective and was leased or purchased with a warranty, you may be entitled to some form of compensation from the manufacturer, such as a refund or a replacement vessel. Once the Statute of Limitations has expired, a judge is likely to dismiss your case. Don’t hesitate to speak with a Boats and Watercraft Lemon lawyer in La Verne with BL Accident Law, if you have any questions about the Statute of Limitations on Lemon Law claims.

Proving Your Boat or Watercraft is a Lemon

If you have a defective boat or other type of watercraft, California’s Lemon Law requires the manufacturer to either reimburse you for the cost of the boat, and all repairs or replace the vessel. However, you must prove that the vessel is a lemon and covered under California’s Lemon Law. We will need to prove that:

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Reviews From Satisfied Clients

I was having a tough time with my car and didn't know what to do. I was completely lost until I found Braff Law. They helped me through the lemon law process and it was so easy! Thank you for all of your help!

Susan Carter
5/5

I was stuck in a lease and had no idea what to do. After a quick online search I found out about the lemon law. I called up Braff and they were able to help me with everything. They always got back to me quickly and never hesitated to answer my questions.

Demi Armstrong
5/5

I have used Braff Legal Group before to help me with a lemon law issue and they were very helpful. I called them up and they were able to answer all my questions on the phone. The process of working with them was very straightforward, which was perfect for me because I am not good with filling out legal documents.

Edlyn Grace
5/5

Remember, the best way to protect yourself from leasing or purchasing a defective boat or watercraft is by doing business with a reputable seller. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always work, and you wind up leasing or purchasing a boat or watercraft with a defect that compromises your safety, as well as the use and value of it. If you’ve leased or purchased a lemon, you could be entitled to a refund from the manufacturer, or a new replacement vessel.

For more information, call BL Accident Law at today and speak with an experienced Boats and Watercraft Lemon lawyer in La Verne.

We will strive to maximize the value of the claim and help you to get the amount of money you need to heal from your injuries without sacrificing the quality of your life.

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