Neale & Fhima, LLP

Southern California Personal Injury and Lemon Law Attorneys

Neale & Fhima, LLP

34188 Pacific Coast Highway
Dana Point, California 92629

Phone(949) 661-1007

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Law Firm Overview

Neale & Fhima, LLP is a personal injury and “Lemon Law” firm with locations in Dana Point, Los Angeles, and San Diego, California. Our practice areas include vehicle and pedestrian accidents, medical malpractice, brain and spinal cord injuries, wrongful death, “Lemon Law” – the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, and more.

The attorneys at Neale & Fhima, LLP have more than 40 years of combined litigation experience, and the senior partners work directly on clients’ claims and cases. We have extensive knowledge about how to successfully file claims and methods to enforce your legal rights.

We will explain your options so that you may make an informed decision about how to proceed with your case. Our aggressive legal representation has resulted in thousands of verdicts and settlements for our clients. Committed to being honest and responsive, our firm is dedicated to the victims and families of the areas in which we specialize.

Languages: English

Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: Dog Bite Accidents; Train Accidents; Anesthesia Errors; Hospital Administration Errors.


Aaron Fhima Aaron Fhima
Accident, Animal Bites, Asbestos Mesothelioma, Auto Dealer Fraud, Back and Neck Injury


Matt Neale Mr. Matt Neale
Lemon Law, Personal Injury


  • State Bar of California
  • American Bar Association
  • Consumer Attorneys of California
  • Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

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Articles Published by Neale & Fhima, LLP

 What the Rest of the Country Could Learn from California's Lemon Law

Consumers who buy or lease a new vehicle have a manufacturer’s warranty on that vehicle, most often for three years or 36,000 miles. The intent of the warranty is to protect the consumer from any defects in the vehicle during the early years of ownership.

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 Are All Vehicles Covered by Lemon Law?

Across the country, "lemon laws" exist as a means of protecting consumers from vehicles with serious or ongoing defects. However, when buying a new or used car, you should never assume that the vehicle will be protected by lemon law.

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 The Lemon Law-Personal Injury Attorney Advantage

Every now and then, one of our Lemon Law clients also becomes a Personal Injury client. It’s unfortunate because, most often, this happens because the defect that made their car or truck unsafe ended up causing a wreck. This isn’t always the case, though it does happen regularly. But let’s take a step back and look at why hiring one law firm that handles both types of claims is a practical move.

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 How Can You Prove a Car Is a Lemon?

Your new car isn't working like you hoped, but how do you prove that to the car manufacturer? If you are in California, you are in luck because California has some of the strictest consumer protection laws.

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 What Are My Options When My Car Is a Lemon?

Before you can exercise any of your rights under California's lemon laws, you must first make sure that your vehicle actually qualifies as a lemon.

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 Lemon Laws in California

What exactly is a lemon and what protections does the state of California provide consumers? Fortunately for consumers, the Song-Beverly Act is a strong protection for consumer rights.

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 Consider Recalls When Buying a Used Car

While consumer groups are fighting to ban the sale of vehicles with open safety recalls, buyers need to take a few steps to protect themselves when purchasing a used car or truck.

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