Litigation Update: Kia of Valencia
Our case against Kia of Valencia has settled!
Our client purchased a Certified Pre-Owned 2013 Kia Optima from the now defunct Los Angeles dealership, which was part of the Keyes family of dealerships. After purchase, our client discovered the vehicle had prior frame damage. It is illegal in California to advertise or sell a vehicle as “Certified” if it has sustained frame damage, even if the dealer repairs it. Our client demanded his money back from Kia of Valencia but was refused.
Our firm filed a lawsuit in the Los Angeles Superior Court, alleging violations of the Consumers Legal Remedies Act, Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, and other violations of law such as the Vehicle Code’s rules against certification of frame damaged vehicles.
Auto Fraud Legal Center was able to recover ALL of our client’s money as well as additional money because of the dealer’s misconduct. The dealer also paid our attorneys’ fees and costs so our client didn’t have to.
If a dealership sold you a certified vehicle that was involved in an accident, Rosner, Barry & Babbitt can help. Contact Jason Stones at (858) 348-1005, or email email@example.com for a free consultation.