CONSUMER PROTECTION

CARVANA DELAYED TITLE OR REGISTRATION TRANSFER

POTENTIAL CLASS ACTION

Can I sue Carvana for delayed registration transfer? Can I sue Carvana for delayed title transfer? 

Our firm is investigating a potential class action lawsuit against Carvana for issues related to issuing multiple temporary tags from various states over months of time rather than permanent registration of the vehicle in the buyer’s home state. We understand that car owners are experiencing issues related to lack of use, insurance cancellation, and payment out of pocket of the registration fee. A short internet search shows many complaints related to Carvana’s issuing multiple temporary tags rather than timely and permanently registering the vehicles after sale. 

If you or someone you know is experiencing an issue with Carvana issuing multiple temporary tags but no permanent registration, contact our office today.

How do I afford an attorney?

At the Law Office of Michael F. Niznik, we handle our consumer protection cases on a contingent basis. That means that you do not pay any money for your case. We front all costs for the lawsuit, and we recover our fees through a settlement or trial verdict. 

If we do not get money for you, we do not collect a fee. We are committed to helping those affected by car dealer misrepresentation seek justice and obtain the compensation they deserve. To learn more about our firm, contact Michael F. Niznik at 267-589-0601 or at www.NiznikLaw.com.

 

Attorney Michael F. Niznik is a consumer protection lawyer representing clients in motor vehicle sales fraud, new and used lemon law cases, unlawful repossession relief, and abusive debt collection. 

Tags: Philadelphia Auto Dealership Fraud Lawyer, Camden Car Dealer Fraud Lawyer, Pennsylvania Car Dealer Attorney, Camden Car Dealership Lawyer, Montgomery County Car Dealer Fraud Lawyer, Delaware Car Dealership Lawyer, Philadelphia Fraud Lawyer.

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