Costa Mesa, California

Since it was incorporated in 1953, Costa Mesa has transitioned from a semi-rural farming community of 16,840 to a primarily suburban and edge city with an economy based on retail, commerce, and light manufacturing with a population of 109,960, according to the US Census. The area was long inhabited by members of the Gabrieleno/Tongva and Juaneno/Luiseno nations. A Spanish expedition led by Junipero Serra named the area Vallejo de Santa Ana after the 1769 expedition of Gaspar de Portola. In 1801, Jose Antonio Yorba was granted 62,500 acres by the Spanish Empire which included the land which later would become Costa Mesa. The town was first named Harper after a local rancher and in 1920 changed its name to Costa Mesa, which means coast table in Spanish. Costa Mesa is 16 square miles and is located 37 miles southeast of Los Angeles. It has a semi-arid climate with mild temperatures year-round. Costa Mesa’s economy relies heavily on retail and services. The single largest center of commercial activity is the shopping center South Coast Plaza. The largest employer is El Pollo Loco. The Orange County Fair takes place every year in Costa Mesa.

Transportation plays a central role for the City of Costa Mesa, and no one is better equipped to handle the needs of consumers than Attorney Elizabeth Agmon Gayle. The Law Offices of Elizabeth Agmon Gayle are ready to provide its services to the people of Costa Mesa.

An attorney for more than 25 years, Elizabeth Agmon Gayle has worked on both sides of the consumer products fence. Ms. Gayle spent the first 12 years of her career representing major product manufacturers, including a major automobile maker, before devoting herself to practicing consumer law for more than 15 years. She has gained notoriety in her efforts for consumers in the Lemon Law arena. Popularly known as the "Lemon Law," the Song–Beverly Consumer Warranty Act in California protects consumers against defective new and used vehicles. It helps to have an expert on your side, and Attorney Gayle has the expertise and experience to help you navigate the often murky waters surrounding your rights under the Lemon Law. Regardless of the outcome, the Law Offices of Elizabeth Agmon Gayle will not charge its clients any legal fees.

Since the Lemon Law covers all vehicles purchased in California, it only makes sense that our client base is statewide. Even if you're not sure if you have a case, let the Law Offices of Elizabeth Agmon Gayle determine this for you. Our firm has expertise in representing consumers from all parts of the state. If you've had significant trouble with a new or used vehicle in California, please contact our office at: 1–866–STOP–LEMONS (1–866–786–7536) for a FREE CONSULTATION.