The Vachon Law Firm is pleased to announce the successful resolution of the Williams v. Glendale Dodge, LLC, et al. lawsuit. The case was filed in August 2013 in the Los Angeles Superior Court, and was resolved in October 2013 pursuant to mutually-acceptable settlement agreement in which no party admitted liability, but pursuant to which Glendale Dodge reacquired the Plaintiff’s automobile and agreed to pay her attorney’s fees and costs.
Details of the Lawsuit
The Complaint in the Williams v. Glendale Dodge lawsuit alleged that Glendale Dodge (a Glendale, California new and used car dealership) included false and incorrect down payment amounts in the Plaintiff’s purchase contract for a used 2006 Dodge Charger. The Complaint alleged that Glendale Dodge falsified these amounts “in order to obtain Plaintiff’s signature on a contract before she changed her mind, to trick a lender into financing a vehicle purchase that it otherwise would not finance, and to get Plaintiff financed for a predatory loan that she could not afford, and for which she otherwise would not have qualified.” Based on these allegations, the Complaint asserted causes of action for violations of the Automobile Sales Finance Act and three other California consumer protection statutes.
The lawsuit settled prior to trial, so the L.A. County Superior Court never issued a ruling regarding whether the Complaint’s allegations are true.
Want to Talk to An Attorney With Experience Suing Glendale Dodge?
If you purchased or leased an automobile from Glendale Dodge and want to speak to an expert consumer law attorney about your transaction, then call the Vachon Law Firm at 1-855-4-LEMON-LAW (1-855-453-6665). You can also email us your inquiries.