Is your 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 or 2017 Toyota Prius giving you problems? Have you taken it to the dealership on more than one occasion for warranty repairs only to discover that the problem has still not been fixed? You are not alone and we are here to help.
Our research and investigation have uncovered that many owners and lessees of Toyota Prius vehicles are experiencing various problems with their cars that cannot be fixed. These problems include a loss of power, stalling, hesitation and/or lack of acceleration. Some consumers may have also experienced problems with various warning lights coming on.
If you are experiencing any of these issues – or any other defects that have not been fixed – you may be entitled to a refund or cash settlement under California’s Lemon Law. Since our law firm was founded by an attorney who spent 12 years representing big car manufacturers, we have the insider’s playbook on how to maximize your recovery. Additionally, under the California Lemon Law, the manufacturer has to pay your attorneys’ fees so prosecuting your claim is absolutely free.
The attorneys at Journey Law Group are experts in the California Lemon Law field. We make the process as simple as possible for our clients and are always reachable to answer any questions you may have. Vehicles purchases are one of the largest purchases people make in their lifetime. Do not let yourself fall victim to feeling that you are stuck with a defective vehicle. The California Lemon Law is designed to hold manufacturers accountable if they are unable to properly repair their own products. If you have taken your Toyota vehicle to the dealership for warranty repairs on more than one occasion and your car is still not operating properly, we can help.