Was Your Car Damaged Before Purchased?

New Jersey Consumer Fraud Laws
In a dealership litigation where a Plaintiff is alleging that a vehicle has been in a prior automobile accident despite representations from the dealer to the contrary that the vehicle has not been in an accident, one issue in the case is (a) to what extent that the dealer was aware, and (b) to what extent is the vehicle subject to repair costs. Ordinarily, in these cases but not necessarily in every case, an expert might be obtained to determine the nature and extent of the damage, to what extent the damage was known to the selling dealer and whether or not the dealer should have been unknown of the defects and the level of repairs that needed to be occasioned upon the vehicle.