If I believe the shop was driving my car, wrecked it and then tried to hide it, what can I do?
Question Details: The tint shop damaged my car. I've placed liability on the employee's insurance and have made numerous unreturned calls. The shop owner repeatedly told me not to call the insurance company but after multiple days I did. Now the car is repaired but at my expense.
You can sue them for the repair costs. When someone either deliberately or (more likely here) negligently or carelessly damages your property, including your car, they are liable for the cost of the damage. To recover money from them, as the party suing (the plaintiff), you'd need to be able to prove in court that they caused the damage.
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