Hartford And Springfield Auto Dealer Fraud Attorneys
Serving Consumers Throughout Connecticut And Western Massachusetts
It is easy to forget how important our motor vehicles are in our daily lives. We depend on our vehicles to get us to work, to school and to other critical obligations. In addition, our vehicles are a major financial commitment. When a car requires frequent repairs, it can impact nearly every part of a person’s life.
At a time like this, a knowledgeable consumer attorney can be an invaluable ally. For years, individuals across Connecticut have placed their trust in Consumer Law Group, LLC. We hold unscrupulous car dealers accountable for deceptive financing practices, outright fraud, contract breaches and other violations of state and federal laws.
Providing Skilled, Results-Driven Representation
Buying a car is unlike other purchases. Not only is your motor vehicle a substantial financial investment, but there is a lot of information to review and understand. Even if you do research prior to buying a car, the auto dealer will likely have far more information about a vehicle. As a result, some dealerships and salespeople will take advantage of their customers. Our Hartford-area auto dealer fraud lawyers have successfully represented hundreds of clients. We provide free evaluations of cases involving claims of auto dealer fraud, and we can take decisive action if you have a viable claim. We request a modest fee to assess warranty claims.
We are led by attorney Daniel S. Blinn, a recognized authority on consumer protection laws who has been practicing law for more than 25 years. Since 1997, our law firm has taken on all types of claims, including:
- Misrepresentation of a vehicle’s history, condition and roadworthiness, including concealing major damage or falsifying a car’s status as a certified pre-owned vehicle
- Yo-yo sales, which occur when the buyer has signed a contract and taken the car but is then told that financing did not go through and further negotiation is necessary
- Breaches of express or implied vehicle warranties, including refusals to make repairs in a timely fashion
- Dealer refusals to refund a deposit (or down payment) when financing is denied or the buyer learns of previously undisclosed “contract packing” requirements such as the purchase of a service agreement that impact the terms of the deal
Whatever your specific situation involves, you can depend on our depth and breadth of experience to give you the best chance of achieving your goals.