What you can and should do will vary depending on the terms of the agreement you had with the auto shop. I would read through the contract then talk to the shop to work it out on your own if you can. If you are unable to accomplish it on your own or would feel more comfortable with an attorney, contact one that will adequately represent your interests.
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C. Curran Coulter II, J.D.
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An attorney would need to see the contract. You could file a lawsuit on your own or through a litigation attorney. You may give me a call to discuss your options in more detail.
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