I got into an accident with a loaner, which was not my fault while they was repairing my car, they won't release my car although I have the Money to get it out, which iam still paying car notes on it
Hello. I am a Connecticut based attorney with my offices in Stratford a few minutes from Bridgeport. First, if you were injured, you should consult with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Second, if you already have counsel, they should be able to help with this and get your car back to you or assist in getting you a new loaner. Finally, if they are not giving you your car back, get them to put in writing their reasons and decision. You can contact any of us who answered you here and/or utilize the Find a Lawyer Function on this site to further explore your options. Good luck.
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