Customers seek truck refund from Chrysler Group

By Carrie Bradon | Dec 17, 2015

WHEELING – Two Ohio County men are suing the Chrysler Group alleging that the company failed to uphold their warranties.

Chad A. Senkbeil and Danny L. Moore filed a complaint on Oct. 21 in the Ohio Circuit Court against Chrysler Group alleging breach of contract and violations of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and the West Virginia Consumber Credit and Protection Act.

According to the complaint, the plaintiffs purchased a 2011 Dodge Ram truck from Chrysler and also purchased insurance on July 30, 2014. After noticing strange sounds in the vehicle, the plaintiffs brought the vehicle to A and B Sales Inc. to be repaired on Sept. 29, 2014. There continued to be problems and concerns with the vehicle, which called for many more trips to Elm Grove Dodge Chrysler-Jeep Inc. and repairs. Despite this and other problems, Chrysler failed to uphold the warranty details which would have covered the costs of such repairs and still has yet to completely repair the truck.

The plaintiffs are seeking compensation for all damages and lost funds in the amount of $28,640.46 as a refund for the truck, plus interest. They are represented by Frank X. Duff and Heidi A. Kossuth of Schrader, Byrd and Companion PLLC in Wheeling. The case is being heard by Circuit Judge Jason A. Cuomo.

Ohio Circuit Court Case number 15-C-303

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