Sueing a tire shop for breach of contract?
I did my research on tires and tires shops before make my purchase. America's Tires showed they can put tires on my Polaris Slingshot. I bought a rear tire from them with a warranty. In the store and online, no questions asked. Then A few days later, I had damage to the tread. It took a couple of times going back & fourth to get it replaced. So I paid for a new warranty. Few months later. Same issues with the rear tire. The guy said it's a rare thing for it to happen again. Now their refusing the warranty. Pretty much they said I had to get a flat or more damage. Or even have the tire blow out.
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You would be paying for the attorney. No attorney is likely to take a case on contingency for a tire. A 1/3 of a tire is a pretty lousy sum and making it contingent on winning on top of that . . . . . How about you come paint my house. You supply the materials and the time. When you are finished, maybe, just maybe I will pay you $300 for everything. Sound like a deal you would take?
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