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Did not get what we signed a contract for.

Gainesville, VA |

I signed a contract for a 25-30 person luxury limo party bus. When the limo arrived it was not a party bus with a lighted floor or disco lights like advertised. It also only fit 22 people, 4 had to drive themselves to prom. 3 of the kids had to sit on lawn chairs. Since my contract said a luxury party bus and I did not get that, what can I do. I do not have the money to hire an attorney and pay legal fees to get back my $1400.00. I did get $220.00 refund and @125.00 to use for a point to point transfer. But I feel this is not enough since we did not get the bus that was advertised.

Attorney Answers 1

  1. A full refund is not likely. While you may not have received the service you contracted to receive, you did receive service.

    It is unfortunate that the limo was not correct, but it appears that the operator attempted to compensate you for the difference. Since the provider performed a service, he is entilted to some compensation. The difficulty therefore will be showing your damages. The +/- $325 you received will likely be all you are entitled to receive.

    Good Luck and if you need further information, feel free to contact me.

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