What Is the Civil Penalty under the California Lemon Law?
The civil penalty is amount of damages in addition to a buyer’s actual, incidental, and consequential damages. Civil Penalties are meant to punish or deter a manufacturer or distributor from future violations of the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, California’s Lemon Law.
A buyer can recover the civil penalty if they can establish that the manufacturer willfully failed to comply with its duties under the California’s Lemon Law.
The civil penalty can be any amount up to two times the amount of the buyer’s actual, incidental, and consequential damages. Accordingly, the maximum recovery the buyer can recover under the California Lemon Law is three times these damages.
The attorneys at Wirtz Law have been extremely successful at obtaining civil penalty damages for their clients in settlements and jury verdicts.
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