Our client alleged he was sold a lemon by Ron Baker Chevrolet, a General Motors dealership in San Diego The vehicle was a 2017 Chevrolet Cruze. The vehicle began exhibiting material defects, including the loss of engine power, as well as repeated illumination of lights on the dashboard warning of engine, transmission and stability problems. Additionally, our client was receiving “On-Star” alert warnings announcing various malfunctions occurring in the vehicle. These malfunctions were serious, safety related problems. At the outset, our client attempted to handle the situation alone. He contacted General Motors asking them to take the vehicle back and refund his money. General Motors refused his repurchase request. That’s when he sought help from the law firm of Rosner, Barry & Babbitt. Our firm sued GM forcing it to buy-back the vehicle, refund our client’s money, pay off the vehicle loan and pay our client’s attorney’s fees and costs.

In addition to handling dealer fraud cases, the law firm of Rosner, Barry & Babbitt has decades of experience handling Lemon Law cases. Mr. Rosner actually helped shape the area of Lemon Law in the State of California. If you purchased a vehicle which you believe to be a lemon (whether it is new or used) please contact Our office will provide you with a FREE evaluation of your lemon law situation.