The firm

With 22 years of lemon law practice – Experience is valuable

The Beauvais Law Firm, LLC, is the first law firm in Oregon and Washington exclusively dedicated to automobile lemon law and breach of warranty cases. Based in Hillsboro, Oregon, our firm serves consumers who have purchased lemons anywhere in Oregon and Washington. We will travel to your county to litigate your claim. Our goal is to provide clients with a quick relief from their sour lemon experience. The firm is currently the most successful lemon law firm headquartered in the Pacific Northwest and recently received an “A” business rating from the Better Business Bureau.


Oregon Lemon Law Amended in 2009

In 2009, Danielle Beauvais worked with Senator Suzanne Bonamici, Chair of the Oregon State Senate Consumer Protection Committee, to introduce legislation to amend the Oregon Lemon Law to increase the protection of Oregon consumers. Prior to the amendment, the Oregon Lemon was one of the worst in the country. Danielle sat on a senate sub-committee to review each provision of the statute. She also testified in the legislature as to the need of the amendment, opposed by representatives of nine auto and RV manufacturers. In June 2009, the amended lemon law went into effect. As a result, more cases now qualify for the Lemon Law, and finance charges are added to any refund given to consumers.



FIRM_DanielleBeauvaisDanielle R. Beauvais, Esquire

Danielle Beauvais is the founder and principal of Beauvais Law Firm.

A native of Québec, Canada, she graduated with a Master’s degree in Applied Sociology and Statistics from Montclair State University, NJ, then a law degree from Temple University School of Law, Philadelphia, PA. She has been representing consumers since 1999, handling thousands of lemon law and breach of warranty cases against car manufacturers. She was the managing attorney at the lemon law firm of David J. Gorberg & Associates and a regular arbitrator for the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas (Superior Court). She is licensed to practice law in four states: Oregon, Washington, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In 2005, she moved to the Pacific Northwest to focus her lemon law practice in Oregon and Washington. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Multnomah County and Washington County Bar Associations.