Brian K. Cline
  • La Jolla, CA
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  • The Lemon Law Legal Group
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3 Tricky Ways Car Automakers Cover Themselves for Negligence

All drivers would like to avoid purchasing a lemon, to begin with. If you find yourself with one, you need to learn how to avoid being taken advantage of by the automaker.A vehicle may classify as a lemon if the manufacturing flaws interfere with the safety, use, or value of the vehicle while it’s under warranty. Lemon laws are designed to protect…See More
Mar 31
Brian K. Cline posted a blog post

How to Protect Your Auto Repair Business from Legal Issues

Every small business owner is fearful of running into legal trouble. If you own and operate your own automotive repair business, you know that getting sued (even if you are not at fault) can be extremely expensive.However, every auto repair business runs the risk of getting into legal trouble. Many car owners have been burned before by a shady mechanic – or they know…See More
Mar 12, 2020
Brian K. Cline posted a blog post

How the New Right-to-Repair Act Could Impact California & Lemon Law

Back in March of 2019, news broke that California would again be pushing “Right to Repair” legislation, joining 19 other states in doing so.So what exactly is the Right to Repair Act?All fine print aside, the Right to Repair requires companies to provide a repair option for…See More
May 24, 2019

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3 Tricky Ways Car Automakers Cover Themselves for Negligence

Posted on March 31, 2021 at 12:30am 0 Comments

All drivers would like to avoid purchasing a lemon, to begin with. If you find yourself with one, you need to learn how to avoid being taken advantage of by the automaker.

A vehicle may classify as a lemon if the manufacturing flaws interfere with the safety, use, or value of the vehicle while it’s under warranty.…

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How to Protect Your Auto Repair Business from Legal Issues

Posted on March 12, 2020 at 6:01am 0 Comments

Every small business owner is fearful of running into legal trouble. If you own and operate your own automotive repair business, you know that getting sued (even if you are not at fault) can be extremely expensive.

However, every auto repair business runs the risk of getting into legal trouble. Many car owners have been burned before by…

Continue

How the New Right-to-Repair Act Could Impact California & Lemon Law

Posted on May 24, 2019 at 1:53am 0 Comments

Back in March of 2019, news broke that California would again be pushing “Right to Repair” legislation, joining 19 other states in doing so.

So what exactly is the Right to Repair Act?

All fine print aside, the Right to Repair…

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3 Types of Defects Covered Under Used Car Lemon Laws

Posted on March 12, 2018 at 2:21am 0 Comments

Lemon laws were designed to protect the buyers’ interest, in the event of purchasing defective vehicles (as well as other consumer products) that doesn’t meet the standards of quality and performance. These laws usually apply to defects related to safety, usefulness, and/or value of the vehicle. Under lemon laws, it is the manufacturer’s responsibility to…

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