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Boat and Watercraft Lemon Law Attorney In San Clemente

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BL Accident Law

Imagine the thrill of leasing or owning a boat or a personal watercraft in California. You’d have unlimited hours of excitement, fun, and relaxation. Whether it’s on your jet ski at one of the local area lakes, or fishing in the Pacific Ocean. Now imagine that your boat is spending more time getting repaired, repeatedly, for the same issue, instead of you being out on the water enjoying time with family and friends. Now, you are wondering what to do if that boat or watercraft is a lemon. It can be a stressful situation as you have already invested in that watercraft.

If this sounds familiar, a Boats and Watercraft Lemon lawyer in San Clemente, California, with BL Accident Law, can help you sort through these issues and explain what legal options are available. That way you may receive financial compensation and the justice you deserve. California’s Lemon Law was designed to protect consumers from defective vehicles, especially if it impairs its effective use, safety, or value. Fortunately, this law also protects consumers who have unknowingly leased or purchased a defective boat. However, to get redressal on the lemon, you’d need to prove that the boat or watercraft that you bought or leased is a lemon.

Types of Boats and Watercraft Protected Under California’s Lemon Law

In the state of California, any boat or watercraft that is leased or sold with a warranty is protected under the Lemon Law. This includes boats without motors. For instance, any of the following vessels could be covered, provided they are still under a warranty:

A Boats and Watercraft Lemon lawyer in San Clemente, at BL Accident Law, can ensure that your rights under California’s Lemon Law are protected, if you are a dissatisfied owner of a defective boat, or a personal watercraft. Furthermore, the Lemon Law for boats and watercraft isn’t restricted by the manufacturer, although some warranties may have certain stipulations that warrant closer attention. If you think you have a lemon on your hands, it is important to get your case details evaluated to know how feasible it would be to go ahead with a claim. Often there are specifics under the California Lemon Law that might not be applicable in your case. This includes an invalid warranty. In case, the Manufacturer’s Warranty has lapsed, your claim would not hold forth.

What Qualifies Your Boat or Watercraft as a Lemon?

California’s Lemon Law covers any vessel that is leased or sold with a valid Manufacturer’s Warranty. This could mean any type of vessel, whether it’s a small fishing boat, a large yacht, or a jet ski. Once you lease or purchase any of form of vessel, it automatically qualifies for protection under California’s Lemon Law. This law holds manufacturers accountable for defects covered by a valid warranty.

When you pursue a Lemon Law claim, we notify the manufacturer regarding any critical safety issues that apply to the defective boat or watercraft they have made. By notifying them of your intent to file a Lemon Law claim against them, it puts them on notice of the defect, and how it could pose a safety threat to anyone using California’s waterways. Additionally, California’s Lemon Law applies to defects that impair a vessel’s use, safety, or value.

If, after a reasonable number of repair attempts the problem persists, or the vessel has been out of service for a cumulative total of 30 days or more, you have the right to pursue legal action. As your legal representative, a Boats and Watercraft Lemon lawyer in San Clemente, California, with BL Accident Law, will demand that the manufacturer repair, replace, or repurchase the vessel.

Proving Your Boat or Watercraft is a Lemon

If your boat or watercraft is defective, California’s Lemon Law requires the manufacturer to either refund the cost of the vessel, and all repair attempts that have been made, or replace the vessel. However, for you and your attorney to win your case, you must prove that it’s a lemon. To do so, you must prove the following:

If the manufacturer denies your claim, you should speak with a Boats and Watercraft Lemon lawyer in San Clemente, at BL Accident Law, about your legal options, and your rights under California’s Lemon Law. Most importantly, you should always protect yourself from leasing or purchasing a defective boat or watercraft by working with a reputable seller.

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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

3 Reasons Your Lemon Law Claim Could Be Denied

Unfortunately, some Lemon Law claims may get denied based on several reasons. However, the three most common reasons for denial are the following:

Our team of lawyers is available to discuss your case and will be able to give professional legal consultation on your case. To learn more about filing a Lemon Law claim or to schedule a FREE consultation with a Boats and Watercraft Lemon lawyer in San Clemente, California, call BL Accident Law today at.

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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