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You can sue them for whatever damage was done to the car and the cost that it takes to fix it plus attorney's fees and costs of court.
However, you can't sue for what might have happened so there isn't a measure of damages available because you could have had an accident due to the brakes nto working.
ok, so I can only sue for damages to my car and attorney fees and cost of court? but not for what could have happened.. right?
ok, thank you for your help!
Anything else I can assist with?
thats it for now I think..
Be sure and ask if this reduced the value of the car at all. If it did then you could sue for that as well.
I wouldn't think it did but it is a possibility.
ok, i will ask about that
Best wishes to you on this.
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