Could we sue for not getting the title of a car?

Question Details: My boyfriend bought a car from a couple a few months ago. He has been struggling to try to get the title in his name. He went to the DMV and they told him he needed insurance to do that first. The man who sold him the car asked if he had gotten the title in his name yet and when my boyfriend had explained he was working on it but was working on getting the car insured first he was told that the man had done it without insurance before and it should be easy. Later, after both the man and his wife and tried to argue that my boyfriend wasn't doing this fast enough, they finally realized that they had not done their part to send in their information to the DVM and it was because of that that my boyfriend wasn't able to get the title in his name without insurance. Due to him not being able to get the title in his name he had to contact the original owners of the car to have them help him get it out of the impound lot after it was towed in a snow emergency. It has also gotten him tickets and a suspended license for not being able to get the title and insurance soon enough. Is this something we, or more specifically he, would be able to sue the people he bought the car from for? If so, what would/could it be for? Could there be multiple charges like emotional damages and compensation for the tickets and things?

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