Failure to Provide Spanish Translation – SETTLEMENT UPDATE
Ms. Ayon, a Spanish speaker, purchased a vehicle from Cerritos Nissan and alleged the transaction was negotiated exclusively in Spanish. She alleged Cerritos Nissan failed to provide her with a Spanish translation of the sale contract and all other terms of the transaction in violation of Civil Code section 1632(b). She also alleged Cerritos Nissan charged her for commercial GAP insurance when she never intended to use the vehicle for commercial purposes. Further, she alleged Cerritos Nissan charged her for a number of add-ons–including coating protection, two service contracts, and dent, tire, and windshield coverage–without her permission. Auto Fraud Legal Center’s Auto Fraud Legal Center successfully represented Ms. Ayon in obtaining a settlement on her behalf.
If you, a friend, or a family member negotiated a car deal in Spanish and the dealer failed to provide a Spanish translation of the contract or other terms of agreement, or if your car dealer sold you add-ons without your permission, contact Auto Fraud Legal Center’s Auto Fraud Legal Center TODAY for a FREE evaluation of your rights.