Infolawyer : Hello,
Infolawyer : you may pursue damages for fraud.
Infolawyer : Basis for doing so would be seller misrepresentation.
Infolawyer : You may pursue civil action in court and complaint to the attorney general office.
Infolawyer : You may also have a consumer protection lawyer pursue on commission.
Infolawyer : Would you like a lookup directory which you can quickly use to find a local lawyer to handle your case?
Yes I'd like a directory, because we aren't impressed with the Minnesota auttorney general's office, and their low key response to consumer problems.
How does the Sold As Is - No warranty impact this? Is fraud a reasonable option, and what proof is needed? Do we have enough proof is really the question?
Infolawyer : Gladly
Infolawyer : martindale.com and findlaw.com are both excellent lookup directories. Both highly rated. Both used by lawyers. Easy to search and find local options. Good luck. Kindly rate the answer OK or higher.
Infolawyer : A good competent lawyer should be able to exert pressure which leads to settlement.
Infolawyer : Wishing you the best.
Infolawyer : Is that acceptable?
Infolawyer : The sold as is makes it harder.
Infolawyer : But fraud lets you recover even in used vehicle sales.
Infolawyer : Because fraud is a tort and not a contract claim.
Infolawyer : So absence of warranties not so relevant.
OK we'll look into the directories.
Infolawyer : Good luck!!
Infolawyer : I tried to expedite your question. kindly click on a rating of OK or higher for the answer.
Infolawyer : Have a nice weekend.