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I am (pro se) pursuing a civil suit against an automobile company for a recall of a defective product that caused my car to burst into flames in my backyard. I am wondering what type of relief is appropriate to ask for in this situation. I have all supporting documents that support the recall would cause a fire. The vehicle was in excellent condition prior to the fire and I have documentation of that as well. I was in the process of restoring the vehicle. I installed several new parts that would preserve the life of the vehicle such as the transmission, body work, paint job, etc. I also would like to know if I had to start all over repairing another vehicle of mines that was not in driving condition, would I be able to ask for special damages for having to provide my family with another means of transportation; due to the fact that the fire was caused by a defective product? Would I also be able to ask for public transportation fees before the other vehicle was driveable? Would I be able to ask for my private selling price of the vehicle, and luxury items that was added to the vehicle?
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