Can I sue a tire shop for not holding up their end of the warranty.
2 attorney answers
Yes, sounds like a purposeful breach of the warranty.
BUT, do not expect an attorney to get involved at this
price point, even though there is a fee shifting provision
to this law. Maybe one would do so for a flat fee related
to writing a demand?
Good luck going forward.
Note to Readers of this post: This response is mainly for informational purposes and to give the reader(s) some feel for the issues and direction to go. Proper professional conduct as a...
Yes you can sue someone for unlawfully breaching a contract.
Please do not message or call me unless you are a serious prospective client. The discussions would be outside this forum and would not be visible to the public. If you have additional follow up questions or additional facts to add, re-draft them into a new question and post the new question. My responses on this website DO NOT constitute a consultation, nor do they establish an attorney-client relationship. Only a written retention agreement signed by client and myself will establish an attorney-client relationship.