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CAR REPAIR NIGHTMARE LEADS TO CLASS ACTION

Posted Date: March 31st, 2017 | Categories: Individuals


Our client had a minor fender bender and took her car in to have a dent repaired. She had insurance, and her insurance was willing to pay the reasonable expenses associated with repairing the vehicle. It is alleged that the repair shop, Three-C Body Shop, encouraged her to leave everything in their hands. Weeks passed by. It is further alleged that Three-C refused to work with the insurance company and all the while our client was stuck without her car. It is alleged that Three-C then told our client that it would not take the insurance recommendation, and our client could either pay several thousand dollars out of her own pocket to get the car repaired, or come get her car with no repairs having been made. The car was drivable, the damage was minimal, and our client opted to pick up her car without repair. It is alleged that Three-C then refused to release the car to our client unless she paid nearly $4,000 for storage and administrative fees! All that without any repair whatsoever!

Have you had a similar, negative experience with Three-C within the last two years? If so, you may be able to seek legal remedies. We also may be able to add you to the pending class action lawsuit we have filed against Three-C in which we allege that Three-C has committed unfair consumer practices. Don’t wait! If you would like to talk about joining this class action lawsuit against Three-C, or if you’re not sure whether you have a claim, call us today at 614-545-9998 or contact us online. We handle consumer cases across the state. We’re here to help and can answer any questions you may have.

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