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California Lemon Law Attorney Fees

How Much Does It Cost To File A Lemon Law Claim With An Attorney?

How Much Does A Lemon Law Lawyer Cost?

The fee structure for California Lemon Law attorneys varies, but most (including Cali Lemon Lawyers) charge a contingency fee, which means that you only pay the attorney if you win your case. The contingency fee is typically a percentage of the total compensation awarded to you. In some cases, the attorney may also charge additional fees for out-of-pocket expenses, such as filing fees, deposition costs, and expert witness fees.

During your free consultation, we will review your case and determine if you qualify for a lemon law claim. If you do qualify, our team of legal professionals will work to advocate for you and help guide you through the process. We will also explain the net take-home recovery, including the manufacturer’s refund of the down payment and satisfaction of the loan amount, less any pertinent deductions such as the statutory mileage offset.

If the claim is not successful, you as the client do not have to pay any fees. This can make it more affordable for you to pursue a lemon law claim and provide peace of mind.

At Cali Lemon Lawyers, we believe that everyone deserves access to high-quality legal representation, regardless of their financial situation. That’s why we offer a free initial consultation to review your case and discuss the costs associated with hiring a California Lemon Law attorney.

We are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of legal representation. Our attorneys have a deep understanding of the California Lemon Law and will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights are protected. Our clients have consistently rated us highly for our professionalism, knowledge, and dedication to their cases.

To schedule a free consultation with our lemon law lawyers, call (310) 627-2665 or contact us online.

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What is a contingency fee in a California Lemon Law case?

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A contingency fee is a type of fee arrangement where the attorney is paid a percentage of the recovery obtained in the case. In California Lemon Law cases, the fee is typically calculated as a percentage of the total recovery and is only paid if the case is successful.

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How are attorney fees calculated in a California Lemon Law case?

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The exact fee will depend on several factors, including the complexity of your case and the amount of compensation you are seeking. On average, attorney fees in California Lemon Law cases range from 33% to 40% of the total recovery.

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Are there any up-front costs associated with a California Lemon Law case?

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No, there are no up-front costs associated with a California Lemon Law case. You will not be required to pay any fees until your case is successfully resolved.

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How Does A Car Qualify For Lemon Law?

In order for your lease or purchase to qualify under the statute of your state’s lemon laws, you must:

  • Bring your purchase to the manufacturer to be serviced when it has an issue.
  • Keep records of your manufacturer attempting to service the same issue multiple times.
  • Persist that the manufacturer attempts to fix the vehicle even if it seems pointless.
  • Notify the manufacturer in writing about your vehicles’ defects and keep records.

If you want to ensure that you qualify under your state’s lemon laws, then you should avoid:

  • Taking your car to any mechanic that is not your manufacturer, because this may void your warranty
  • Losing your vehicle because it was repossessed
  • Not returning your car to the manufacturer for repairs. It may seem redundant, but you need to be able to prove you made every attempt at fixing your vehicle before they will refund or replace your vehicle.

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