What You Get

We can help! Consumer protection laws in California and across Texas allow you to recover all payments made, damages, possible punitive damages, and all of your attorneys fees. If we take your case, you will pay no out of pocket fees, and your case will be handled on a full-contingency basis. If you don’t recover, we don’t recover!

Non-disclosure of known condition of vehicle (unsafe and / or material conditions)

California Consumer Protection Laws require the dealer to inform you of known material conditions relating to your vehicle, including the fact that it was purchased from auction with a material “announcement”, including “Frame or Unibody Damage”, “Prior Rental”, “Salvaged Title”, “Prior Taxi”, etc.

If the dealership fails to act in conformity with these laws, the consumer is entitled to remedies to include rescission of the purchase agreement and payment for actual damages, consequential damages, punitive damages, costs of litigation, and all attorney’s fees.

Was the known condition of your car disclosed to you in writing?

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