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Yes, but your recourse against the auto inspection service may be limited by the contract, to a refund of the amount paid. At best, ***** ***** sue them in small claims court for the cost of new brakes. You should obtain repair estimates and present them as soon as possible.
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I am not sure what you mean by "insight". Your situation is covered by basic contract law, which is pretty much universal throughout the states. To go into the Florida case law database requires an investment of time and money ( for database access), which would not nearly be covered by the amount you are offering to pay for this service. Fortunately you should not need to spend a great deal of money for legal services. It would appear that the loss you have sustained would be measured by a few hundred dollars, rather than thousands. Therefore, any claim that you wish to bring can be brought in small claims court without attorneys.