Another win for a Northern California Dealer thanks to well-known dealership defense attorneys Auto Legal Group LLP, known by the dealership community simply as, ALG. ALG is one of the only law firms in California that only represents new and used car dealerships.
“They wanted thousands of dollars to settle the case. We argued our defenses and presented the evidence, and convinced them to drop the case,” says Auto Legal Group co-founding attorney, Ali Rakhshanifar. “The best part was, the dealer didn’t pay the customer or their lawyers a penny.”
The Car Law Firm, with attorney Kasra Sadr, is just one of hundreds of consumer lawyers who sue California Auto dealers. Sadr is known for primarily targeting dealers for selling cars that have been involved in some sort of accident or sustained frame or structural damage. Recently however, The Car Law Firm has added a number of other claims when suing dealers.
According to their website, Auto Legal Group attorneys have represented clients at trial against some of the most well-known Plaintiff’s lawyers, including Hal Rosner (Auto Fraud), Parviz Darabi, Kevin Faulk, Michael Quirk, and have litigated against other plaintiff’s lawyers including Kasra Sadr (Car Law Firm), Ramin Mobasseri and many others. Collectively ALG attorneys have over 30 years of experience and proven track record of success in representation of dealerships in litigation and negotiations
Here is an example of a typical letter from Sadr’s Office:
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