Acura of Ocean Commits Consumer Fraud

The Honorable Mark Sullivan J.S.C. found that Acura of Ocean committed consumer fraud when they failed to accurately disclose damage on the lease of a new car.

The client leased a new car from Acura of Ocean and was told that there was a paint chip that had been repaired. The truth was that the vehicle had been vandalized and there was much more damage to the car, none of which was disclosed.

The Judge tripled the damages under the Consumer Fraud Act and provided for an award of counsel fees as required under the law.

The Law Office of Jonathan Rudnick litigates Consumer Fraud cases against car dealerships and has litigated cases against most large dealerships in Monmouth County and many in the State of New Jersey.

If you think you have been the victim of consumer fraud please contact The Law Office of Jonathan Rudnick to answer your questions.