San Francisco Lemon Lawyer
Why Hire Us
We have helped many consumers across the state of California receive compensation for their problematic car. We prosecute cases for California consumers that are having problems with their car in San Francisco. Below are some reasons you must hire our Lemon Law firm:
In-Depth Knowledge of the Law.
With numerous Lemon Law cases under his belt, Michael Devlin has developed a strong understanding of the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, more popularly known as the California Lemon Law. He is consistently staying in touch with newly issued court rulings and he knows what to look for to develop a strong case.
Our practice focuses exclusively on representing clients who are entitled to compensation under California’s Lemon Law. This is different than other firms that practice in multiple areas of law and also handle Lemon Law claims. We handle cases just like yours on a daily basis, and that we have an intensive record of securing favorable results for our clients. Convenience and Accessibility.
Wherever you’re located in California, you’ll be able to contact us for a free case evaluation. Once you call our firm, we’ll review your case and fully explain what’s involved in your San Francisco Lemon Law claim. Our goal is to create the legal process as easy as possible by providing you with the knowledge and advice that you just need.
Personalized Service and Attention.
Unlike other large Law Firms that turn over clients day in and day out with little to no focus on the clients, the Devlin Law Firm focuses on providing excellent service and attention from the first consultation all the way to the end of your case.
If you are having issues with your vehicle, The Law Offices of Michael Devlin can help you. Our firm offers a Free Case Evaluation to provide guidance to you on what you can do in your situation.
About our Firm
The Law Offices of Michael Devlin offers statewide legal services to consumers that have purchased or leased problematic vehicles. Attorney Michael Devlin has dedicated his legal career to protecting the rights of the consumers under California’s Lemon Law. If your vehicle is a lemon our firm will fight to make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
Michael Devlin delivers exceptional client service and adheres to the best ethical standards in every Lemon Law case they handle. His firm has worked to resolve many Lemon Law cases for consumers throughout the state. He is fully prepared to stand up to the car manufacturers for selling you a defective vehicle.
About California Lemon Law
The California Lemon Law provides strong protections for consumers who have purchased or leased a defective vehicle. When a vehicle contains a defect, the consumer must give the dealership a “reasonable number” of opportunities to mend the matter. California Lemon Law doesn’t dictate a selected number of repair visits before a consumer can pursue legal relief. Rather, the number of repair attempts required can rely upon the severity of the matter. In serious and dangerous situations, like brake failure, two repair attempts could also be deemed reasonable. for fewer serious defects, the patron might have to offer the dealership three or four opportunities to repair the matter or, alternatively, over 30 days within the shop.
About San Francisco
The Law Offices of Michael Devlin represents San Francisco consumers who have purchased or leased a problematic vehicle. According to the 2014 Census Bureau estimates, 852,469 people lived in San Francisco County. Like most urban areas on the West Coast, there is a large number of cars and drivers in the San Francisco area, with the California Department of Motor Vehicles reporting nearly 500,000 estimated vehicle registrations for San Francisco County in 2014.
Free Case Evaluation
If you’re frustrated trying to resolve issues regarding your defective automobile, motorcycle or other vehicle on your own, contact Michael Devlin Law today to schedule a free case evaluation. He will review your case to spot and advise on all legal options which will be available.