Is there any recoarse I have for lost revenue due to a repair shop’s negligance and defective manufactured parts?

I have been without my truck fo 7 months now.

Asked on October 28, 2013 under Business Law, Oklahoma


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Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

If in fact the repair shop was negligence in getting your vehicle repaired in a timely manner causing you to lose revenue you very well may have legal recourse for lost net profits. To ascertain the viability of a legal action you should consult with a business litigation attorney in your locality. One can be found via

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