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Posted by attorney Paul Minoletti

A "lemon" is generally defined as a product with substantial defects that impair its use, safety or value, such as a car with transmission problems, an RV that leaks, a manufactured home with cracks in the walls, a boat with lack of power, even a Ferrari with squeaky brakes. Paul has more than 20 years of experience in dealing with consumer warranty problems involving a variety of consumer products that are defective or need excessive repairs. If you are not sure if you car, boat, RV, manufactured home or other product qualifies, contact Paul for an assessment of your situation. Do not delay as warranties only last so long. Read an overview of the California Lemon Law: Report a defective vehicle to the Department of Transportation:

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