Is Your New Or Leased RV Experiencing Persistent Problems?

In the state of California, manufacturers are mandated to replace or refund the costs associated with the purchase or lease of defective vehicles that are still under the manufacturer's warranty. This is known as California Lemon Law and applies to cars, trucks, and SUVs — and also RVs and trailers.

If you have purchased or leased a new recreational vehicle or motor home and it is experiencing continuous engine problems, brake failure, steering issues or other problems, after a reasonable number of repair attempts, you could have a lemon.

Beware Of Advice From Dealers Or Manufacturers

In many cases, auto dealers may attempt to discourage you from pursuing a claim; manufacturers may attempt to tell you that the problem is still fixable or even that it's your fault. Do not be fooled.

Seeking guidance from a lemon law attorney who advocates for consumers is key to making sure your interests are protected.

Discussing Your Case With Our Lawyers4Lemons

At The Ledbetter Law Firm, APC, our lawyers can help. We have a thorough knowledge of the intricacies, exclusions, limitations — you name it — that are involved with California Lemon Law. We have gone up against assertive manufacturers and dealers.

We know the law and can help you assert your rights.

Our Unique Insight

Prior to founding our firm, Thomas Ledbetter worked for many years defending auto companies against lemon law claims. Today, he works for you, the consumer, and uses his past knowledge to fight for your rights.

Contact Us To Talk About Your RV. Serving All Of Southern California.

Call our office to set up a consult to talk about the issues involving your recreational vehicle or defective motor home. We can meet at our office in Manhattan Beach or schedule an over-the-phone consult.

Serving all of Los Angeles and Southern California.

Worried about our legal fees? Under the law, manufacturers are required to pay all legal fees associated with your lemon law claim. You do not have to worry about paying a cent.