Man says Chrysler breached Ky. warranty act

By Mark Reccek | Feb 9, 2015

PINEVILLE – A Hanover man is suing Chrysler over claims a dealership sold him an allegedly defective vehicle.

David Godfrey Jr. filed a lawsuit Jan. 13 in Wyoming Circuit Court against Chrysler Group, citing breach of contract and the Commonwealth of Kentucky New Motor Vehicle Warranties Act.

According to the complaint, July 19, 2013, Godfrey purchased a 2013 Ram 5500 from Berglund Chrysler Jeep, of Roanoke, Va., and Ramsey Motors Inc. of Princeton, W.Va., for $65,552.00. Godfrey also purchased the vehicle with a three-year warranty or 36,000 miles and extended warranty of five-years or 150,000 miles, the suit states.

Godfrey alleges Chrysler breached the contract and the Kentucky New Motor Vehicle Warranty Act by selling to him a vehicle with a defective radiator. He seeks the purchase price of the vehicle and trade-in value, along with other fees, costs and attorney fees.

Godrey is represented by attorney David G. Thompson of the Thompson Law Office in Pineville.

Wyoming Circuit Court case number: 15-C-12

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