Goodlin v. Power Chrysler Valencia (PC046542)

Hon. Melvin Sandvig – Los Angeles County Superior Court

CONSUMER LAW

Breach of Contract

Violation of the Consumers Legal Remedies Act

Violation of Song Beverly

ATTORNEYS:

Plaintiff, Harry Goodlin

Ronald S. Housman, Esq. (Norman Taylor & Associates – Glendale, CA)

Defendant, Power Chrysler Valencia

Elizabeth L. Kolar, Esq. and Jeanne L. Tollison, Esq. (Kolar & Associates – Santa Ana, CA)

FACTS:

Plaintiffs, Harry and Victoria Goodlin purchased a new 2006 Chrysler Sebring from Power Chrysler Valencia. After their purchase, the vehicle was brought in to the dealership a few times for various issues. Plaintiffs decided to trade-in the vehicle because they were not happy with it anymore. The Toyota dealership informed them that the vehicle had frame damage. Plaintiff’s sued the dealership for failing to disclose prior alleged collision damage. Power Chrysler Valencia denied Plaintiff’s allegations.

JURY TRIAL:

Defense verdict.