Unfortunately I have been dealing with an auto repair shop since August serveral repairs were done to my vehicle and each time to no avail. The car came back in worst condition then when it was dropped off. Car is still not working properly.
That would be difficult. If you went to a small claims court, you'd have to bring in an expert to testify that their repairs were not properly made. Experts cost money. You may have a legitimate gripe, but to prove it in court may cost more than the repairs at issue. Short of informal resolution (did you ask them), I see no way.See question
I had an altercation with some moron and he ended up breaking my rear car window as I was driving away. Police were involved and a police report was filled out. No arrests were made. The moron who broke my window said he'd pay to have it replaced....
Realistically? If he ignores you, your only legal option is to take him to small claims court. No lawyers needed.See question
My daughter took her car in to trade it for a new one,but they never paid the old car off and told her to just let it go and take the old car back,and let it go on her credit report as repossession,the guy in accounting claimed he knew nothing abo...
Not only you can, you should sue the car dealership.See question
I owe credit card company around $1800 . The only property i have is my car ( AND I AM STILL PAYING FOR IT REGULARLY) i have 6-7 more months to pay off my car. Will the credit card company put a lien on my car once is paid off? Thank you
I will defer to the experts in this area, but to my non-expert mind the answer is "no."See question
Small frontal collision with my 2012 Toyota Sienna minivan. Farmers insurance repaired it at a Farmers Preferred collision shop. Farmers authorized the radiator to be replaced in the original repair. 6 weeks later, van stopped running. Van towe...
Well, the first thing you need to do is to realize that, through no fault of your own, you've been screwed. Having made this realization, you have to figure out what is it that you are trying to accomplish. It seems to me that your primary objective is to have the van repaired--I assume when you said the engine seized this means you have to replace the engine, and I assume this is going to be quite expensive.
So, given this, and given the fact that you are screwed and it's going to cost you money in any event, the first thing you should do it to bring our automotive expert to the van (will cost you $400) and obtain an independent opinion as to who is at fault. You should call him at 708/267-0029. Once you have an better idea who is at fault (right now everyone is pointing fingers at each other, because no one wants to pay), then you should get in touch in a knowledgeable consumer protection lawyer and talk to hm/her about suing this entity.
I purchased a 2007 pontiac torrent with a warranty and extended warranty in June 2016. I told them it was a family vehicle and to teach my 15yr how to drive. The first day the battery died twice and everyday for about a week or more. I contacted t...
Whether you can use depends on whether the car was sold "As Is" or not. When you buy a car "As Is" this means you are responsible for all repairs, from day/hour/second one. I suspect you bought the car "As Is," which means your options are very limited. There are a number of ways (all rather difficult) to beat "As Is", or, if the facts warranty, you still have your fraud claims, so your situation requires you to contact a qualified consumer protection lawyer and let him/her look through your documents to figure out what can be done.See question
I purchased Nissan Altima sv from Glendale Nissan dealer ship in Illinois on Oct 29th. The sales person never told it as a lease. I wanted to go through Nissan Finance for 3 years or more. Since my visa is restricted for 3 years they said they wil...
Well, how do you sue? Easy, you get a lawyer and file a suit. So this was kinda a bad question. I think the question you wanted to ask is, "do I have a case?". The answer to THIS question is, "yes, you do." However, your bigger issue is not whether you have a case and can sue (yes to both), but the timing. If our Con Man in Chief-Elect (we do not much respect him around here) is going to kick you out in three years, what would happen if the case is not concluded yet? You have to be here to testify, etc. So you have a logistical problem. But a legitimate "he said, she said" case of consumer fraud. (Their defense would be--plaintiff should have read the contract.)See question
I am 22 years old, and I have been living on my own since I graduated college (during college, I lived on campus). My parents, for my graduation gift, had given me a car. This past month, they have "disowned" me (and by that I mean we haven't ...
Not enough info (sorry about the parents, btw). Who "owns" the car is determined by the name(s) on the title/purchase papers. Yours or parents'?See question
Otherwise they might be seen as thieves and not as legit.
No, they do not. Repossession is a self-help remedy. Sure, they are stealing, but it's legal, if done without breach of the peace. However, if there is a breach, it becomes illegal.See question
Airbags didn't deploy after head on collision with a deer. Totaled the car
I think the first thing you should do is to contact your insurance company.See question