Law Office Of Paul DePetris
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Gloucester County Consumer Lawyer

AN EXPERIENCED GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER ATTORNEY

LET AN EXPERIENCED GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER ATTORNEY REPRESENT YOU IN YOUR GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER LAWSUIT
Gloucester County consumer lawsuits are a type of lawsuit filed in the Gloucester County court or that usually involve a variety of contracts for the sale of goods or services in Gloucester County or by or with someone located in Gloucester County or doing business in Gloucester County. Many Gloucester County consumer lawsuits involve an individual or business buying goods or services from a business selling those goods or services. Often, the individual or business buying goods or services claim that the goods or services are not what was promised or what was purchased or that the services were not completed or that the goods were defective or that the individual was a fraud victim. If you live in any of the following towns or cities, consider the services of an experienced Gloucester County consumer attorney:
Bridgeport
Clarksboro
Clayton
Deptford
Franklinville
Gibbstown
Glassboro
Malaga
Mantua
Mickleton
Monroeville
Mount Royal
Mullica Hill
National Park
Newfield
Paulsboro
Pitman
Sewell
Sicklerville
Swedesboro
Thorofare
Turnersville
Vineland
Wenonah
Westville
Williamstown
Woodbury
Woodbury Heights

EXPERIENCE HANDLING GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER LAWSUITS AND GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER DISPUTES?
Mr. DePetris has experience handling Gloucester County consumer lawsuits and Gloucester County consumer disputes, having made demands and filed lawsuits against Gloucester County car dealers, Gloucester County car repair shops, Gloucester County home improvement contractors and various other types of Gloucester County businesses. Mr. DePetris is an experienced Gloucester County Consumer Fraud lawyer, getting Gloucester County residents damages, refunds, treble damages and attorney fee awards in consumer fraud cases. Mr. DePetris is also an experienced Gloucester County lemon lawyer, getting Gloucester County residents replacement cars, damages, refunds and attorney fee awards in lemon cases. Mr. DePetris is also an experienced Gloucester County home improvement fraud lawyer who has represented many homeowners in home improvement fraud and home repair contract cases. Mr. DePetris is also an experienced Gloucester County car fraud lawyer, getting refunds and settlements for many Gloucester County residents for defective cars and car fraud victims.

WHAT ARE SOME TYPES OF GLOUCESTER COUNTY GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER LAWSUITS?
Gloucester County residents are victimized in many ways. An experienced Gloucester County Consumer Fraud lawyer can spot consumer fraud and give you sound advice about such matters. There are many kinds of Gloucester County consumer lawsuits. The following are some of the types of Gloucester County consumer lawsuits:
• Advertising Fraud Lawsuits
• Automotive Advertising Lawsuits
• Automotive Parts Sales Lawsuits
• Automotive Repair Fraud Lawsuits
• Automotive Sales Fraud Lawsuits
• Automotive Storage Lawsuits
• Automotive Towing Lawsuits
• Automotive Warranty Lawsuits
• Bailment Lawsuits
• Boat Repair Lawsuits
• Boat Storage Lawsuits
• Boat Warranty Lawsuits
• Breach Of Contract Lawsuits
• Breach Of Warranty Lawsuits
• Business Lawsuits
• Car Advertising Lawsuits
• Car Parts Sale Fraud Lawsuits
• Car Repair Fraud Lawsuits
• Car Sales Fraud Lawsuits
• Car Storage Lawsuits
• Car Towing Lawsuits
• Car Warranty Lawsuits
• Common Law Fraud Lawsuits
• Construction Contract Lawsuits
• Consumer Fraud Act Lawsuits
• Gloucester County Consumer Warranty Lawsuits
• Equitable Fraud Lawsuits
• Fraud Lawsuits
• Healthclub Membership Fraud Lawsuits
• Home Appliance Sale Fraud Lawsuits
• Home Improvement Lawsuits.
• Home Renovation Lawsuits.
• Home Repair Lawsuits.
• Furniture Delivery Lawsuits
• Furniture Sale Fraud Lawsuits
• Home Improvement Fraud Lawsuits
• Home Repair Fraud Lawsuits
• Gloucester County Home Renovation Fraud Lawsuits
• Legal Fraud Lawsuits
• Lemon Law Lawsuits
• Marina Storage Contract Lawsuits
• Repair Fraud Lawsuits
• Real Estate Construction Lawsuits
• Real Estate Inspection Fraud Lawsuits
• Real Estate Renovation Lawsuits
• Real Estate Sale Fraud Lawsuits
• Restrictive Covenant Lawsuits
• Truth In Consumer Contract, Warranty & Notice Act Lawsuits
• Watercraft Repair Fraud Lawsuits
• Watercraft Storage Lawsuits
• Watercraft Warranty Lawsuits

LET AN EXPERIENCED GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER ATTORNEY HELP YOU WITH YOUR GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER LAWSUIT
If any of the following describe your situation, consider hiring an experienced Gloucester County Consumer Attorney to help you with your legal problems. Having mechanical problems with a lemon car, truck, motorcycle, wheelchair or mobile home, trailer, boat, jetski, computer or other product? Tired of taking your car, truck, motorcycle, mobile home, wheelchair or trailer, boat, jetski, computer or other product back to a dealership or repair shop again and again for the same problem? Did a builder, company or dealer repair a home or a product many times and the home is still showing defects or the product still is not working right? Did someone make misrepresentations to you regarding a home sale, vehicle or boat or wheelchair sale or vehicle odometer, computer system, boat repair, home repair, appliance repair, furniture sale or delivery or other product or service? Do you have a home that has been nothing but problems since it was built or sold to you or did someone make misrepresentations to you regarding the home? Are you a victim of defective home repairs or home repair fraud? Did you get ripped off when buying a new or preowned home or car or boat? Is someone trying to bill you for defective goods or services? Is someone trying to collect a debt from you that you do not owe? Are you a victim of health club fraud? Are you being sued in Gloucester County small claims court or Gloucester County special civil part by a business from which you bought goods or services? Are you representing yourself in a Gloucester County consumer lawsuit and need legal help? Having difficulty getting your insurance carrier to provide you with coverage for a claim brought against you? Are you the victim of a wrongful automobile repossession, motorcycle repossession, recreational vehicle repossession or boat repossession? Did a marina commit fraud against you or damage your boat or try to charge you excessive storage fees? Need a lawyer to evaluate whether you face responsibility for allegations of misconduct? Are you a victim of harsh collection practices? Let an experienced Gloucester County consumer attorney help you with your Gloucester County consumer lawsuit. Paul DePetris has handled many Gloucester County Consumer lawsuits.

WHAT ARE EXAMPLES OF GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER LAWSUITS?
In one Gloucester County Consumer lawsuit, on May 3, 1997, plaintiffs Nancy and Michael DiVigenze entered into a lease agreement with an authorized Chrysler dealer for a new 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Several warranty repairs were performed between May 1997 and February 1998 and are not the basis for plaintiff's Lemon Law claim. Plaintiff testified that she first experienced severe shaking of the entire vehicle and almost lost control of the vehicle on the highway on January 3, 1998, while driving her mother to a doctor's appointment. After pulling off the road, turning off the engine, and then restarting it, plaintiff was able to continue her trip. She drove the vehicle to the dealer the same day, but the dealer's mechanic was unable to reproduce the condition in a test-drive, and there is no written record of that service visit. Plaintiff's mother testified and corroborated plaintiff's version of the incident. On February 27, 1998, when the vehicle had traveled 14,723 miles, plaintiff again experienced severe shaking and vibration of the vehicle which impaired her control. Plaintiff brought the vehicle to the dealer and also reported an inoperable brake light. The dealer diagnosed a loose steering box and a chafed brake light wire. The severe vibration occurred again. This time, the vehicle began to shake badly while plaintiff was negotiating a curve in the road. The brake light also failed again, and both conditions led plaintiff to return to the dealer on March 27, 1998. The dealer again replaced the steering box and ordered a new module for the brake light. The severe vibration in the car occurred again the same day. Plaintiff returned to the dealer with the same two complaints on April 14. The dealer installed a new brake light module, but claimed to be unable to reproduce the vibration while test-driving the vehicle. Both conditions occurred again, and plaintiff returned to the dealer on May 21, 1998. This time the dealer found a leak in the steering damper and a short in the brake light wiring. Both defective parts were replaced. Plaintiff testified that the vibration condition then improved substantially, from a "ten" on a scale of one to ten to a "one or two," although there were still intermittent incidents of vibration in the steering wheel. After the May 21 repairs, the vehicle itself no longer vibrated severely so as to threaten loss of control, and the brake light functioned properly. This complaint against Chrysler Corporation was filed on May 28, 1998, alleging substantial defects and nonconformities in the vehicle. The complaint included counts under the New Jersey Automobile Lemon Law, the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, express warranties under the contract between the parties, and implied warranties of fitness and merchantability under the Uniform Commercial Code. At trial before the Gloucester County Superior Court, the jury determined that "plaintiff's vehicle had a nonconformity or nonconformities" that were "first reported to Chrysler . . . within the plaintiff's first twenty-four months or 18,000 miles of use," that Chrysler "failed to repair . . . within a reasonable period of time," and that the vehicle's mileage was 14,723 when first presented "for corrections of a nonconformity." The Gloucester County Superior Court calculated the statutory refund based upon plaintiff's total lease payments and related fees of $42,024.38, less a mileage offset of $5,296.01, and entered judgment for $36,728.37. Plaintiff was also awarded $8,751 in attorneys' fees and costs. There was sufficient credible evidence that "reasonable minds might accept . . . as adequate to support" the jury's conclusion that a nonconformity remained after attempted repairs in February, March, and April, and that the unrepaired defects continued for an unreasonable period of time. The jury apparently believed plaintiff's testimony concerning the repeated, unrepaired problems with the vehicle. There is no dispute that the vehicle's spontaneous and excessive vibration was diagnosed on May 21 as a defective steering damper and repaired on that date, along with the malfunctioning brake light. Moreover, the testimony of defendant's expert automobile mechanic, Henry Gill, could be understood to support plaintiff's testimony that the vibration and loss of steering control that she experienced in February, March, April, and May (and perhaps in January as well) were caused by the defective damper problem that was diagnosed on May 21, 1998, and constituted a substantial impairment under the Lemon Law. As plaintiff's attorney asked the jury rhetorically in his closing argument, "If you have a car that you cannot control on the road, is it reasonable to take from January 3rd to May to repair it, May 21st, is that reasonable? . . . Is that reasonable to drive a vehicle from February until May without brake lights?" The jury was instructed to consider whether the manufacturer, through its authorized dealer, was unable to accomplish the repairs for an unreasonable period. The jury had to decide whether the defective conditions of the vehicle, namely the intermittent, severe vibration that affected control of the car, along with the malfunctioning brake light, continued for an unreasonable period of time without the manufacturer being able to repair, and if so whether those defects substantially impaired the value, use, or safety of the vehicle. The jury answered "yes" to both questions, and the Appellate Division Court are satisfied that there was sufficient credible evidence to support the jury's answers.

If you think you bought a Gloucester County Lemon, don’t wait to get a no obligation phone consultation from an experienced Gloucester County Lemon Lawyer. The problem may only get worse and you could wait too long to file your lawsuit!

In another Gloucester County Consumer lawsuit, a home improvement customer plaintiff appealed from the part of an order entered on April 13, 2007 that dismissed her claims under the Consumer Fraud Act against defendant Brent Stephens. Finding that the Gloucester County Superior Court erroneously ruled in the case, the Appellate Division Court reversed the Gloucester County Superior Court. Defendant Secret Gardens Landscaping, Inc. was a corporation that performed various landscaping and remodeling services. Stephens was the president and chief executive officer of Secret Gardens. On September 27, 2004, Secret Gardens submitted a proposal to plaintiff for remodeling and landscaping work on her property. The total price of this work quoted to plaintiff was $35,000. Plaintiff signed the proposal, and Secret Gardens performed the work. After completion of performance, plaintiff filed suit against Secret Gardens and Stephens. In addition to asserting claims for breach of contract and negligence, plaintiff's complaint asserted various claims under the Act. Those claims included an allegation that Secret Gardens had represented on its website that it was "EP Henry Certified," which was untrue, had failed to submit a contract that contained a start and end date for performance or a description of the work and principal products and materials to be used, and had failed to obtain all change orders to the contract in writing. After completion of discovery, the case was brought before the Gloucester County Superior Court on cross-motions for summary judgment. In their motion, defendants argued that Stephens had no personal liability for any acts of Secret Gardens, including its alleged violations of the Act. The Gloucester County Superior Court granted the part of defendants' motion that sought the dismissal of all claims against Stephens, including plaintiff's consumer fraud claims. In so ruling, the Gloucester County Superior Court stated: “[T]he New Jersey Limited Liability Act does entitle members and managers of New Jersey Corporations to take advantage of that corporate structure that's afforded according to the statute, 42:2B-1. There is also ample case law that shows this court that the Gloucester County Superior Courts do not generally pierce the corporate veil absent fraud or injustice[.] . . . . Upon my review of the instant matter before the Gloucester County Superior Court, it appears to this court that at all times, Brent Stevens [sic] acted as the CEO and president of Secret Gardens. At no time did I see an allegation that he was acting beyond the scope of his employment as the president and CEO with respect to the work that was being done. Therefore, it is this court's determination that the corporate veil cannot be pierced.” Before the scheduled trial date, Secret Gardens notified the Gloucester County Superior Court that it had filed a bankruptcy petition. The Gloucester County Superior Court subsequently entered an order dismissing plaintiff's claims against Secret Gardens based on the bankruptcy petition. New Jersey case law has long recognized that a corporate officer or employee who participates personally in a violation of the Consumer Fraud Act or its implementing regulations may be held individually liable for the violation. The record before the Gloucester County Superior Court on defendants' motion for summary judgment contained undisputed evidence that Stephens had participated personally in the alleged violations of the Consumer Fraud Act committed in connection with the execution and performance of the home improvement contract between plaintiff and Secret Gardens. Stephens himself testified at his deposition that he was the one who prepared the contract submitted to plaintiff, inspected the work as it was being performed, and discussed the change orders with plaintiff. These actions by Stephens constitute the primary grounds for plaintiff's CONSUMER FRAUD ACT claims. Therefore, Stephens would be liable for any violations of the Consumer Fraud Act in which he participated personally. Accordingly, the Appellate Division Court reversed part of the April 13, 2007 order that dismissed plaintiff's Consumer Fraud Act claims and remanded the case to the Gloucester County Superior Court.

If you think you a Gloucester County Home Improvement Fraud victim, don’t wait to get a no obligation phone consultation from an experienced Gloucester County Home Improvement Fraud Lawyer.

TYPES OF GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER LAW LAWSUITS FOR WHICH THE LAW OFFICE OF PAUL DEPETRIS PROVIDES LEGAL SERVICES
If you are involved in any of the following types of Gloucester County consumer lawsuits, either as a plaintiff, defendant, customer or business, consider an experienced Gloucester County consumer attorney: Advertising Fraud Lawsuits, Automotive Advertising Lawsuits, Automotive Parts Sales Lawsuits, Automotive Repair Fraud Lawsuits, Automotive Sales Fraud Lawsuits, Automotive Storage Lawsuits
Automotive Towing Lawsuits, Automotive Warranty Lawsuits, Bailment Lawsuits, Boat Repair Lawsuits, Boat Storage Lawsuits, Boat Warranty Lawsuits, Breach Of Contract Lawsuits, Breach Of Warranty Lawsuits, Business Lawsuits, Car Advertising Lawsuits, Car Parts Sale Fraud Lawsuits, Car Repair Fraud Lawsuits, Car Sales Fraud Lawsuits, Car Storage Lawsuits, Car Towing Lawsuits, Car Warranty Lawsuits, Common Law Fraud Lawsuits, Construction Contract Lawsuits, Gloucester County Consumer Fraud Act lawsuits Consumer Warranty Lawsuits, Equitable Fraud Lawsuits, Gloucester County Fraud Lawsuits, Healthclub Membership Fraud Lawsuits, Home Appliance Sale Fraud Lawsuits, Furniture Delivery Lawsuits, Furniture Sale Fraud Lawsuits, Gloucester County Home Improvement Fraud Lawsuits, Gloucester County Home Repair Fraud Lawsuits, Gloucester County Home Renovation Fraud Lawsuits, Legal Fraud Lawsuits, Gloucester County Lemon Law Lawsuits, Marina Storage Contract Lawsuits, Repair Fraud Lawsuits, Gloucester County Real Estate Construction Lawsuits, Gloucester County Real Estate Inspection Fraud Lawsuits, Real Estate Renovation Lawsuits, Real Estate Sale Fraud Lawsuits, Restrictive Covenant Lawsuits, Gloucester County Truth In Consumer Contract, Warranty & Notice Act Lawsuits, Watercraft Repair Fraud Lawsuits, Watercraft Storage Lawsuits and Watercraft Warranty Lawsuits. As an experienced Gloucester County Consumer Fraud lawyer, Mr. DePetris is familiar with these types of lawsuits. Quality legal services do not always have to cost a lot of money. Mr. DePetris provides affordable services to pro se litigants and law firms involved in these types of lawsuits. Also, as an experienced Gloucester County lemon lawyer, Mr. DePetris understands when a person has a valid lemon law case involving a new or used car purchase. Further, if you have a dispute with a contractor, as an experienced Gloucester County home improvement fraud lawyer, Mr. DePetris can help you sort out how to handle your dispute.

WHAT TYPE OF EXPERIENCE DOES THE LAW OFFICE OF PAUL DEPETRIS HAVE IN GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER LAWSUITS AND GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER CASES?
If you are a business or consumer or even an attorney with a Gloucester County consumer lawsuit, let an experienced Gloucester County consumer attorney assist you with the prosecution or defense of your Gloucester County consumer lawsuit. Paul DePetris has represented the following persons and businesses in Gloucester County consumer lawsuits: Automotive Dealers, Automotive Parts Dealers, Automobile Purchasers, Banks, Car Buyers, Car Dealers, Contractors, Corporations, Home Buyers, Gloucester County Home Improvement Contractors, Home Improvement Customers, Gloucester County Home Inspectors, Home Inspector Customers, Gloucester County Home Repair Contractors, Home Repair Services Customers, Home Sellers, Marinas, Real Estate Agents, Real Estate Brokers, Real Estate Salespeople, Junk Yard Dealers, Used Car Dealers, Warranty Purchasers and Watercraft Purchasers. Let Gloucester County Consumer Fraud lawyer help you determine if you are a victim of a lemon law violation, consumer fraud or a breach of warranty. Don’t sleep on your rights!

AN EXPERIENCED GLOUCESTER COUNTY LEMON LAWYER
Did you buy a lemon car or do you think you might be a lemon buyer? The Lemon Law protects buyers and lessees when they buy or lease a lemon car, truck, SUV, recreational vehicle or motorcycle and the manufacturer cannot correct defects in the vehicle. Don’t wait to get a no obligation phone consultation from an experienced Gloucester County Lemon Lawyer, since car problems often get worse rather than better and your warranty may run out! Every year, many car buyers buy a new car in Gloucester County only to find out that the car has one or more problems that causes the Lemon buyer nothing but trouble. However, Gloucester County has a strong lemon law that protects defective new car buyers. Let an experienced Gloucester County lemon lawyer help you with your Gloucester County lemon law case. The Law Office of Paul DePetris offers Gloucester County Lemon Law help and Automotive Warranty help to Gloucester County residents and businesses. Consider an experienced Gloucester County lemon lawyer to handle the following types of Gloucester County consumer lawsuits: Lemon Automobile, Lemon Boat, Lemon Car, Lemon Jetski, Lemon Motorcycle, Lemon Motor Home, Lemon Motor Scooter, Lemon Motorized Wheelchair, Lemon Recreational Vehicle, Lemon Travel Trailer. As an experienced Gloucester County lemon lawyer, Paul DePetris has appeared in court in lawsuits involving Gloucester County Lemon Law disputes, mediated, arbitrated and tried Gloucester County Lemon Law lawsuits, settled Gloucester County Lemon Law claims and lawsuits, recovering money (including vehicle purchase refunds) and replacement vehicles for many Gloucester County residents and worked on Gloucester County Lemon Law claims and lawsuits involving many types of automobiles, such as those manufactured by General Motors, Chrysler, Ford, Fleetwood, Winnebago, Honda, Toyota, Hyundai, Kia, Nissan, Subaru, BMW, Porsche, Audi, Mercedes and Volkswagen and others. Mr. DePetris also has written a book discussing the Gloucester County Lemon Laws and also has taught other attorneys about how to handle lemon cases. Why take chances with your lemon car dispute when you can hire an experienced Gloucester County lemon lawyer help you with your lemon case? Mr. DePetris often helps Gloucester County residents in lemon cases on a contingent basis, meaning there are no up-front attorney’s fees that you must pay to have an experienced Gloucester County Lemon Lawyer. Many Gloucester County residents think that they can handle a lemon law case themselves, only to find out that the case is much harder than they thought and that the manufacturer or dealer who they are up against has an attorney to represent them. Let an experienced Gloucester County lemon lawyer give you the edge you need.

AN EXPERIENCED GLOUCESTER COUNTY HOME IMPROVEMENT FRAUD LAWYER
Disputes involving home renovations are commonplace today. Don’t be another victim of contractor fraud or a contractor’s failure to honor promises to you. Did your home improvement project turn into a nightmare? Does your home improvement contract or home repair contract look like it doesn’t comply with the law? Let an experienced Gloucester County home improvement fraud lawyer review your home improvement contract to see if it complies with the law and if not, to tell you what you can do about it. Is your home renovation incomplete but your contractor is asking for the final payment? Did your contractor fail to get permits for your home renovation? Are you dissatisfied with the work that a home improvement contractor or home repair contractor performed at your business? Did a home improvement contractor or home repair contractor charge you for work without first getting you to sign a contract or a change order? Did you pay a home improvement contractor a deposit and they never returned to complete your home improvement job? Let an experienced Gloucester County home improvement fraud lawyer review the facts of your dispute and give you sound advice on your options under the law. Why guess about your legal rights when you can have an experienced Gloucester County home improvement fraud lawyer explain the law about home improvements and your rights. Did a home improvement contractor get you to sign a fraudulent contract? The contractor can’t dictate all the contents of a renovation contract. Instead, a home improvement contract must contain certain mandatory disclosures about prices and the materials to be used in the home repair job. Let an experienced Gloucester County home improvement fraud lawyer tell you about the legal requirements for home improvement contracts. Did a home improvement contractor overcharge you for work at your home? Did a home improvement contractor or bill you for materials or supplies that they never delivered to the job site? The law requires mandatory disclosures about materials to be used during a home renovation project. Did you receive substandard work from a contractor? Did a contractor perform work that proved defective? Did a home repair contractor perform work for you without giving you a warranty for the work or a guarantee for the work? The law requires mandatory disclosures about warranties and guarantees in home improvement contracts. Why settle for wondering what your rights are when a no obligation legal consultation is a phone call away? Did a Gloucester County home improvement contractor lie to you about their services? Did a Gloucester County home improvement contractor commit consumer fraud against you? Let an experienced Gloucester County Consumer Fraud lawyer help you with your contractor dispute. Did a handyman fail to honor a warranty that they issued you? Did a contractor charge you for defective work? Is a handyman failing to return your calls about problems with their work or problems with their bill? Did a home repair contractor improperly put a mechanic’s lien on your home? Let an experienced Gloucester County home improvement fraud lawyer help you with your home renovation lawsuit or dispute. Paul DePetris has handled many home repair fraud cases, prosecuting such lawsuits for homeowners. Paul DePetris is also a published legal author on the subject. Use the services of an experienced Gloucester County Consumer Attorney to help you sort out your rights and to take the next step in your dispute.

AN EXPERIENCED GLOUCESTER COUNTY CAR FRAUD LAWYER
Let an experienced Gloucester County car fraud lawyer help you find out if you have a valid case against a car dealer. Car dealer rip offs often involve a dealer trying to hide behind the words “as is” printed on a car purchase contract. Simply because a car sale contract has the words “as is” on the contract does not mean that a car dealer can commit fraud when selling a car to a car buyer. The law does not encourage fraud in the sale of cars. Instead, the law protects car buyers. Don’t be a victim of a Gloucester County car dealer scam involving “as is” language! Find out what your rights are by consulting with an experience Gloucester County car fraud lawyer. Mr. DePetris has represented many car buyers against new and used car dealerships. Don’t take a chance waiting on your claim – why not get a no obligation phone consultation about your rights? Did a dealer misrepresent the mechanical condition of a used car? Did a dealer fail to disclose, prior to sale, any material defect in the mechanical condition of a used car which is known to the used car dealer? Did a dealer represent that a used car, or any component thereof, is free from material defects in mechanical condition at the time of sale, without having a reasonable basis for representation when made? Did a car dealer fail to disclose, prior to sale, the existence and terms of any written warranty, service contract or repair insurance subject to transfer, known to the used car dealer, in effect and provided by a third party. Did a dealer misrepresent the terms of any written warranty, service contract or repair insurance currently in effect on a used car provided by a person other than the used car dealer and subject to transfer. Did a dealer fail to disclose, prior to sale, the existence & terms of any written warranty, service contract or repair insurance offered by the used car dealer in connection with the sale of a used car. Did a car dealer misrepresent the terms of any warranty, service contract or repair insurance offered with the sale of a used car? As an experienced Gloucester County car fraud lawyer, Mr. DePetris can advise you about your legal rights in these and other situations. What if a dealer represents, prior to sale, that a used car is sold with a warranty, service contract or repair insurance when the Gloucester County car is sold without any warranty, service contract or repair insurance? Or, what if a car dealer fails to disclose, prior to sale, that a used car is sold without any warranty, service contract, or repair insurance or fails to provide a clear written explanation, prior to sale, of what is meant by the term “as is,” if the used car is sold “as is.” The law has strong remedies for car fraud victims.

AN EXPERIENCED GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER ATTORNEY FOR HANDLING GLOUCESTER COUNTY CONSUMER LAWSUITS AND DISPUTES FOR BOTH INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESSES
Let an experienced Gloucester County consumer attorney represent you or your business in your Gloucester County consumer lawsuit. Paul DePetris has represented Gloucester County residents, home buyers, home sellers, home repair customers, home repair contractors, home inspectors, real estate brokers, real estate agents, junk yard dealers, automobile purchasers and owners, new and used car dealers, banks and automotive lenders, boat purchasers and owners, watercraft purchasers and owners and marinas in consumer fraud lawsuits and other consumer lawsuits and consumer disputes. Mr. DePetris appeared in court in lawsuits involving consumer fraud lawsuits and other types of consumer lawsuits. As an experienced Gloucester County consumer fraud lawyer, Mr. DePetris has mediated, arbitrated and tried consumer fraud lawsuits and other types of consumer lawsuits. In addition to representing Gloucester County residents in a variety of consumer lawsuits and defending businesses in a variety of consumer lawsuits, Paul DePetris provides consulting services to law firms handing consumer lawsuits and defending consumer lawsuits. Paul DePetris has represented the following persons and businesses in Gloucester County consumer lawsuits. Mr. DePetris has also taught hundreds of lawyers and nonlawyers about consumer law in consumer fraud classes. Mr. DePetris is also the author of the following publications about consumer fraud: New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act & Forms (New Jersey Law Journal Books); Learned Professionals, Licensed Semiprofessionals and the Consumer Fraud Act: The Origins of the Licensed Professionals’ Doctrine (New Jersey Lawyer, Oct. 2008); Liability For Consumer Fraud In Real Estate Transactions (New Jersey Law Journal, March 18, 2009). Don’t give up your rights or take a chance in ruining your case! Let an experienced Gloucester County Consumer Fraud lawyer help you understand your rights under the law.
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