A car repair service in California has been canceled because of a lawsuit over the company’s “car cluster repair” service, NHL.com has learned.
The lawsuit filed Monday in San Jose County Superior Court alleges the company failed to provide a car’s diagnostic, mechanical, and diagnostic services, and that the repair was made without proper certification.
The plaintiff’s attorney, Robert Pincus, said the company was “deeply concerned” by the lawsuit and was “looking into the matter.”
“We’ve been told that the issue with this company has been resolved,” Pinca said.
The complaint states that a man named Michael Sullenberger told the service provider that his vehicle had a “cluster of dust and debris” inside its trunk.
Sullenheimer claims he had a technician from CarFix and two other technicians inspect the car and determined the cluster was “completely unusable.”
According to the lawsuit, the technician then told Sullernheimer the car would need a service that “may result in catastrophic failure.”
Pinca told the San Jose Mercury News that he believed the claim, which was based on a false statement from the dealership, was a pretext for canceling the service.
“They never said, ‘No, you don’t need that,'” Pincas said.
“They said, this is something we’re going to look into, and we’ll make sure this company does the right thing and takes care of it.”
The lawsuit also alleges that the car repair was not properly certified, the car had no insurance, and there was no paperwork.
Sullyberger said the car should have been repaired in California because the state has the most stringent car registration and insurance laws.
Suffolk County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said in a statement Monday that he is “disappointed that we have to take this action against this company.”
He said the county was “not going to allow this to happen again,” and the company will be required to pay for the repairs.
“We are a law-abiding community and have a strong commitment to protecting the safety of our residents,” Lombardo wrote.SULLENIGER IS A MAN WHO CLAIMS THAT THE CAR HEICHS WAS “NEGOTIATED” BY A MAN, NOT A TRACKER, WHOSE MOTORSPORTS HAD A BAN On March 7, 2018, Sullyberger filed a complaint against the dealership and the car service provider, stating that the vehicle’s diagnostic and mechanical services had been “negotiated” by a man identified as Daniel Zappi.
According to his complaint, the man told Sullyhner that the man had “taken over the car” and that Zappis “was involved in an accident involving the driver of a vehicle.”
The dealership has denied that the claim is accurate, and a spokesperson said it had “no knowledge” of the alleged incident.
The California DMV told NBC Bay Area that the dealership “does not provide diagnostic services to individuals and is not involved in vehicle cluster repairs or repair services for individuals” and “does NOT provide auto repair services to any individual.”