San Fernando Valley, California

The first Spanish land grant in the San Fernando Valley was called “Rancho Encino” in the northern part of the San Fernando Valley. Juan Francisco Reyes built an adobe dwelling there, but the land was soon taken from him so a mission could be built there instead, Mission San Fernando Rey de Espana, which was established in 1797. The land trade granted Reyes the similarly named Rancho Los Encinos which still exists in Encino today. The valley is about 260 square miles. Most of it is within the jurisdiction of the city of Los Angeles, although a few other incorporated cities are located within the valley as well, such as Burbank, Glendale, Hidden Hills, Calabasas, San Fernando, and Universal City. The climate is Mediterranean. On January 17, 1994, the area was struck by what became known as the Northridge earthquake which measured 6.7. It caused the greatest damage in the United States since the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. The San Fernando Valley is home to numerous city parks, recreation areas and large regional open space preserves. The valley is also home to numerous companies, the most well-known of which are movie and television production studios, and a number of performing arts venues and an amusement park, Universal Studios.

Transportation plays a central role for the residents of the San Fernando Valley, 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 the San Fernando Valley.

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.