Gregory T. Babbitt


Gregory T. Babbitt received his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara (B.A., Political Science, 1993) and his law degree from Syracuse University College of Law (J.D., 1997). While in law school, Mr. Babbitt clerked for California Court of Appeal, Associate Justice Richard D. Huffman.

Mr. Babbitt has dedicated his career as a California lemon attorney to protecting consumers. Prior to joining the California auto fraud law firm of the Auto Fraud Legal Center, Mr. Babbitt was a Deputy Attorney General for the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Bureau of Consumer Protection (1998-2001), where he investigated and litigated fraudulent and deceptive business practices in the areas of automobile sales and repairs, home improvement, predatory lending, and debt collection. This experience served as the catalyst to his current California lemon law and auto fraud practice.

Mr. Babbitt currently handles California car lemon and auto fraud cases (individual and class actions), and new and used California Lemon Law cases. He has obtained significant recoveries for consumers in a variety of areas, including the sale of prior rentals, demonstrators, lemon law buy-backs, salvage, flood damaged, and prior wrecks without disclosure, and for packing – a practice that involves the sale of items such as alarms, window etching, paint and fabric protection, GAP insurance, or warranties without the purchaser’s request or knowledge.

In January 2005, Mr. Babbitt was trial counsel with Douglas Law for the trial of Robertson v. Fleetwood Trailers of California (Tulare County). A cracked shower drain caused water to leak into the underbelly of the Robertson’s trailer and mold to grow there. After trial, the jury ordered Fleetwood to repurchase the Robertson’s trailer and pay a civil penalty for failing to repurchase the trailer prior to the lawsuit being filed.

Mr. Babbitt is a member of the State Bar of California, the State Bar of Pennsylvania, the State Bar of Arizona, and National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA).

If you are in need of an experienced California Lemon lawyer who is well-versed in California Lemon Law and Auto Fraud issues, contact Gregory T. Babbitt or any of the California Lemon attorneys at the Auto Fraud Legal Center.