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Arthur Joseph Obolsky
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Arthur Obolsky’s Legal Cases

7 total

  • Consumer v. Volkswagen Group of America

    Practice Area:
    Lemon Law
    Outcome:
    Settled in early stages of litigation
    Description:
    Fuel-system and driveability defects involving abrupt and recurring engine failure at speed.
  • Consumer v. General Motors

    Practice Area:
    Lemon Law
    Outcome:
    Pre-litigation settlement.
    Description:
    Drive-train defects resulting in abnormal deterioration of engine/transmission components in a fraction of their intended useful life.
  • Consumer v. Large Bay Area Car Dealer

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Outcome:
    Pre-litigation settlement. Full refund and attorney's fees.
    Description:
    Client's vehicle had extensive fuel-system defects, requiring several repairs by prior owners. Dealer misrepresented the car's prior repair history and instead misled client into believing the car was pristine. Soon after client's purchase, car exhibited same fuel-system defects as were experienced by prior owners.
  • Consumer v. Small Used Car Dealer

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Outcome:
    Pre-litigation settlement.
    Description:
    Client was sold a vehicle that dealer falsely claimed to be "Certified Pre-Owned". Dealer overcharged client nearly five-figures and misled client into believing the car was of superior quality, when it actually had a long-standing repair history.
  • Consumer v. Mid-sized Used Car Dealer

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Outcome:
    Pre-litigation settlement.
    Description:
    Client was misled by dealer into purchasing a vehicle dealer incorrectly claimed to be the only vehicle that client's credit history would allow. Vehicle was misrepresented by dealer as being in great condition, when dealer knew it had transmission and electrical defects.
  • Consumer v. Large Bay Area Car Dealer

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Outcome:
    Pre-litigation settlement. Full refund plus punitive damages and attorney's fees.
    Description:
    Dealer sold and delivered a vehicle to client and shortly afterwards began harassing client to return to dealer, sign a new sales contract, and make an additional down payment. When client refused, dealer made baseless threats to repossess the vehicle and persuaded client to provide additional down payment and rewrite the sales contract.
  • Consumers v. Mid-sized Vehicle Dealer

    Practice Area:
    Consumer Protection
    Outcome:
    Settled in early stages of litigation. Full refund, punitive damages and attorney's fees.
    Description:
    Clients were sold vehicles by dealer claiming they were of superior quality, reliable for clients' stated purposes and of comparable performance as luxury models produced by different manufacturers. Shortly after clients' began to use the vehicles, each vehicle exhibited driveability issues and electrical system failures and would turn off while being driven.