On December 8, 2016, the Vachon Law Firm filed a complaint against the car dealership Cerritos Infiniti, Inc. alleging violations of the California Lemon Law. The case is titled Saldana v. Cerritos Infiniti, Inc., et al., and was filed in the Los Angeles County Superior Court, Central District (Case No. 16K14773).
Allegations in the Lawsuit
The filed complaint alleges that a consumer (who is being represented by the Vachon Law Firm) purchased a used 2010 GMC Terrain from Cerritos Infiniti in November 2016. The complaint goes on to allege that the GMC Terrain was sold with Cerritos Infiniti’s express warranty and the implied warranty of merchantability.
According to the Plaintiff (an Inglewood, California resident), while the warranties were in effect the GMC Terrain exhibited a defect that causes the vehicle’s check engine light to illuminate and which prevents the driver from being able to start the vehicle.
Click below to read a copy of the complaint filed in the Los Angeles County Superior Court against Cerritos Infiniti.
Note: the Los Angeles County Superior Court has not yet ruled on whether the complaint’s allegations are true, whether there was a breach of the applicable warranties, or whether Cerritos Infiniti is legally liable to the Plaintiff.
Think You Might Have Purchased a Lemon?
If you purchased a used car and it turned out to be a lemon, California’s used car lemon law may allow you to obtain a refund or recover damages. The Vachon Law Firm offers free consultations in lemon case. Call us today at 1-855-4-LEMON-LAW (1-855-453-6665 ).