Thank you for the positive rating!
Your first step should be to send a demand for payment to the Jiffy Lube manager in a certified letter.
In the letter, you would describe exactly what happened, when it happened, the name of the Jiffy Lube employees
(if you know), and attach documentation from Jiffy Lube and the repair services you incurred as a result.
You end the letter stating that you demand payment within 30 days, or you will file a lawsuit.
Because the amount is relatively small, I would not recommend hiring an attorney (it will cost you as much as the damage to hire one).
Instead, if Jiffy Lube does not pay you, you should file the lawsuit in the small claims
court. You said you were visiting Richmond, where is it that you actually live?