Thurman v. Carzone Depot

Our client saw the perfect car for her budget in an online advertisement. She went to Carzone Depot, located in Fontana, in San Bernardino County, to see the car in person. Our client asked about the car’s history and if it had been involved in an accident. She was told by Carzone Depot that the vehicle was never in an accident.

A few days after purchase, our client experienced mechanical issues with the car. A mechanic later discovered bent and cracked wheels. Worried about her purchase, she called Auto Fraud Legal Center. Her attorneys researched the vehicle and discovered it had sustained structural damage in an accident and was previously registered as a rental, which an auto dealer is required to disclose to a consumer before purchase.

If you bought a car and think you were cheated, please contact Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center for a FREE evaluation of your case.