Non-disclosure of prior damage or wreck
Non-disclosure of previous rental cars
Non-disclosure of previous salvage/flood title
Title washing scam
Spot delivery scam
Bait and switch scam
Many consumers burned by a used car dealer give up and abandon the idea of proving that the dealer broke the law. But if you have been tricked by dishonest car dealer, or sold an accident-damaged vehicle without disclosing its prior history, the best way to restore justice and get your money back is to contact an experienced dealer fraud attorney.
Consumers often think they can`t afford to hire a dealer fraud attorney. But it’s a wrong belief, as there are attorneys who work on a contingency basis, it means that if you sue auto dealer for fraud and win the losing party will have to cover costs and fees of YOUR attorney. So turn to a dealer fraud attorney who will start a lawsuit for no money down and have the dealer pay you reimbursement and his fees when the case is won.
When you search for a dealer fraud attorney there are some factors you should take into consideration. First of all visit the attorneys who provide free consultations. If the consultations aren’t free you will have to spend a lot of money on talks with attorneys. Free consultations are offered only by the best dealer fraud attorneys.
During your meeting with attorney ask him about his education, experience and number of successfully handled dealer fraud cases. Education is a crucial factor when choosing an attorney. Its a wrong belief that years of practice is always an advantage. Younger but aggressive lawyer who has handled lots of dealer fraud cases can be opposed to experienced attorney. An attorney who specializes in dealer fraud and related fields is the best choice as he knows automotive law better that the one that practices in other fields too. Attorney’s reputation is another argument which speaks for or against him. If a lawyer has a good reputation this fact will have a positive influence on the outcome of your dealer fraud case.