Hayward Toyota Settles Lawsuit Filed by San Diego Lemon Law Attorney

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Hayward Toyota Settles With San Diego Lemon Law Attorney

San Diego lemon law lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. has announced the settlement of the lawsuit Gordon-Brown v. Auto Mission, Ltd. The defendant Auto Mission, Ltd. runs the Bay Area car dealership “Hayward Toyota.” The plaintiff in an Oakland, CA consumer who at all times has been represented by the San Diego lemon law attorney who authored this post. This lawsuit was filed in December, 2011 in the Alameda County Superior Courthouse (Gordon-Brown v. Auto Mission, Ltd., et al., Case No. HG11607769).

Lawsuit Against Hayward Toyota

The Gordon-Brown v. Hayward Toyota lawsuit arises out of the plaintiff’s October 2011 purchase of a Volkswagen Jetta from Hayward Toyota. Ms. Gordon-Brown’s San Diego lemon law lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. alleged that Toyota of Hayward violated the California lemon law and the Automobile Sales Finance Act.

The complaint specifically alleged that Hayward Toyota committed a form of car dealer fraud intentionally falsified the down payment and deferred down payment amounts in plaintiff’s automobile purchase contract in order to qualify her for a predatory loan for which she would not have qualified but for the falsification of the purchase documents. Ms. Gordon-Brown’s San Diego lemon law attorney also alleged that Hayward Toyota breached the California lemon law’s implied warranty of merchantability by selling the Volkswagen Jetta to plaintiff in such poor condition that it allegedly became inoperable in less than one month.

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San Diego Lemon Law Lawyer’s Settlement with Hayward Toyota

Under the settlement Hayward Toyota will pay Ms. Gordon-Brown’s attorney’s fees, repurchase the Volkswagen Jetta, and pay additional monetary compensation to the plaintiff. San Diego lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. describes this agreement as a legal vindication of the injury that Ms. Gordon-Brown suffered.

Note: by agreeing to this settlement, Hayward Toyota did not admit to any guilt or liability. Throughout the litigation, Hayward Toyota denied all liability and wrongdoing.

San Diego’s Lemon Law Attorney Wants to Hear from Hayward Toyota Customers

If you have been the victim of deceitful automobile dealership practices, San Diego lemon law lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. might be able to help. It doesn’t matter whether your complaint is with Hayward Toyota or with any other California car dealership. The Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. can help you understand your legal rights. Whether you live in the San Francisco-Bay Area or anywhere else in California, if you are a victim of car dealer fraud you should call San Diego lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq.

Call San Diego lemon law lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. toll free at (858) 674-4100. California lemon law and car dealer fraud consultations are always FREE.

 

 

 

Road Motors Reaches Settlement With San Diego Lemon Law Attorney

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SAN DIEGO LEMON LAW LAWYER’S LAWSUIT AGAINST ROAD MOTORS CONCLUDES WITH SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT

The San Diego lemon law lawyer who publishes this blog is pleased to announce that the parties to the lawsuit Wiltse v. Road Motors (San Diego County Superior Court Case No. 37-2010-00072138) have reached a settlement. The San Diego County Superior Court’s decision to reconsider its April 15, 2011 arbitration ruling (which required the parties to argue their claims in arbitration, rather than in court) sparked the settlement. Once the reconsideration motion was scheduled, the defendants Road Motors and Credit Acceptance Corporation agreed to a settle with the Plaintiff and his San Diego, CA lemon law lawyer.

Located in Spring Valley, California, Road Motors is a San Diego County used car dealership. Road Motors’s co-defendant, Credit Acceptance Corporation, lends and finances loans for vehicle purchases. Road Motors assigned Plaintiff Daniel Wiltse’s vehicle purchase contract to Credit Acceptance Corporation.

Complaint in Road Motors Lawsuit Contained Allegations of Fraud & Violation of the California Lemon Law

Plaintiff Daniel Wiltse, a car buyer from San Diego, CA, alleged that Road Motors sold him a used Mercedes-Benz, and that Road Motors falsified the down payment amounts in his automobile purchase contract. Mr. Wiltse’s San Diego lemon law attorney alleged in the complaint that falsifying purchase contract amounts is a violation of California’s consumer protection statutes, including the Automobile Sales Finance Act. Mr. Wiltse’s attorney further alleged that the Mercedes-Benz turned out to be unsafe and inoperable, and that this amounted to a breach of the implied warranty of merchantability under the lemon law in California. Lastly, the complaint alleged that Road Motors, by not disclosing that the Mercedes-Benz had been in a previous accident, violated the Consumers Legal Remedies Act and committed common law fraud. Cases involving previously wrecked vehicles are a common type of auto fraud prosecuted by Mr. Wiltse’s lemon law lawyer in San Diego County. Selling previously wrecked vehicles without disclosing known accident damage is not expressly prohibited by the lemon law in California; however, it may still violate California’s other consumer protection laws.

Please note: Road Motors and Credit Acceptance Corporation denied all liability during the lawsuit, and claimed that no wrongdoing was committed. Further, the settlement agreement included no admissions of liability or wrongful conduct.

Road Motors Required to Take Back Mercedes-Benz Per Terms of the Settlement

All of the parties to the Road Motors settlement agreed that the settlement’s financial terms would be private and kept confidential. However, the settlement (as negotiated by Mr. Wiltse’s San Diego lemon law attorney) required that Road Motors take back the allegedly defective Mercedes-Benz.

Other Road Motors Customers Qualify for Free Consultation with San Diego Lemon Law Attorney

San Diego, California lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. offers advice to Road Motors customers regarding the California lemon law’s rules. We are experts in litigating California lemon law and auto fraud lawsuits, and consultations for Road Motors customers are always FREE!! Contact the Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. at (858) 674-4100 for your free CA lemon law consultation with an expert San Diego lemon law attorney.


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Bunnin Buick Agrees to Settlement With San Diego Lemon Law Lawyer

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San Diego lemon law lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. is proud to announce the successful settlement of a non-lemon law lawsuit against the Ventura County, California car dealership Bunnin Buick Pontiac GMC. San Diego lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. filed the complaint in Adame v. Bunnin Buick GMC, Inc. (Ventura County Superior Court Case No. 56-2012-00410807) on January 12, 2012 on behalf of Plaintiff Michelle Adame, a Ventura, California consumer. San Diego lemon law lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. accepts California lemon law and car dealer fraud cases in Ventura County, and all throughout California.

In the Adame v. Bunnin Buick GMC, Inc. lawsuit, the complaint filed by San Diego lemon lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. alleged that Bunnin Buick falsified the down payment amounts in Ms. Adame’s vehicle purchase contract in order to get her financed for a vehicle loan for which she otherwise would not have qualified. The complaint further alleged that this conduct violated California’s Automobile Sales Finance Act, the Consumers Legal Remedies Act, and California’s Unfair Competition law statute. Ms. Adame’s San Diego lemon law attorney also alleged that she was not the only victim of Bunnin Buick’s illegal conduct; rather, the complaint alleged that Bunnin Buick had an illegal business practice of falsifying down payment amounts in automobile purchase contracts.

San Diego lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. states that the falsification of down payment amounts is becoming one of the most common forms of car dealer fraud lawsuits. It has become the most common non-California lemon law litigation handled by the Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq.

Please note: like most civil lawsuits, Bunnin Buick and the Plaintiff settled this case pursuant to an agreement under which Bunnin Buick did not admit any liability or wrongdoing.

To read more about lawsuits filed against Bunnin Buick Pontiac GMC click here.

Consumers With Complaints About Bunnin Buick Can Call San Diego Lemon Law Attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq.

If you think that you have a legal claim against Bunnin Buick, and you want to talk to a California lemon law attorney who has experience litigating against Bunnin Buick, then call San Diego lemon law lawyer Michael R. Vachon, Esq. The Law Office of Michael R. Vachon, Esq. offers FREE consultations for California lemon law and car dealer fraud cases. So if you want to speak to an attorney with success in filing lawsuits against Bunnin Buick, then call San Diego lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. at (858) 674-4100.