I would have to look at you contract but generally it is possible for the credit union to also add their costs occasioned by the actions they had to take due to the repossession your failure to keep your contract cost them as well.
As for the additional claims, you will need proof to claim the damage was caused by the repossession or during storage.
Additionally, the attorney's fees might well be greater than your possible recovery. It appears to me that paying the CU might be you least cost alternative.
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