Mario’s Auto Repair claims $8M lawsuit over ‘unjust’ auto repair
Mario’s Automotive Repair in the United States has filed a lawsuit against a Florida auto repair shop for allegedly refusing to repair a customer’s Mercedes-Benz, claiming the customer had no right to be in the repair shop at all.
The plaintiff’s lawsuit alleges that Mario’s had an exclusive right to repair the Mercedes-Benzes vehicle and that Mario had not been notified by the customer of any defect in the vehicle and did not even try to repair it.
The lawsuit also alleges that the customer did not receive any notice from Mario’s of any repairs to the vehicle.
The dealership has been in talks with the Florida Attorney General’s Office and the State Attorney General to settle the lawsuit.
Mario’s Automobile Repair is also in talks to settle with the State of Florida for the same reason, according to the complaint.
The owner of the Mercedes, who has not been identified in the lawsuit, said in a statement that the dealership was not in the business of selling “unjust” or “unnecessary” repairs and that the car should have been repaired prior to the date the plaintiff sued.
“The car was not damaged in any way,” the statement said.
“This is not a frivolous lawsuit, it is based on a legal interpretation of the law.
We look forward to working with the Attorney General and the Florida State Attorney’s Office to resolve this matter.”
Mario’s has been criticized in recent years for not offering repair services to people who cannot afford the cost of repairs.
The company has a reputation for charging too much for repairs.
In 2015, Mario’s filed a $6.5 million lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles, alleging that it had a policy that denied repair workers the right to negotiate for wages and compensation, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Mario & Stacks, a car rental company, said it has not seen any evidence of Mario’s having the policy in place.
Mario said it would not comment on the case.