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Asked on: 4/05/09, 3:00 pm

Property law

I was having my truck worked on at a local dealer. A con man entered the service shop passing himself off as a paint and body guy, then talked the service department out of the keys to my truck. 5 weeks later the truck was found with some stuff stripped out of it and dinged up. I am told the dealers insurance company is paying for the repairs and my property that was in the truck. I looked in on the truck last week and found the dealer is using parts from a local salvage yard (gas tank, steering column). The dealer has had my car for 8 days now and the only repairs they have made is to replace the steering column. I want new parts, money for my personal property, my truck detailed, a 1 year-no deductible-nationwide warranty, and the money back for two months of truck payments while my car was not in my possession. The dealer has had me in a rental since my truck went in but it's a small, cheap car that doesn't fit my needs. The owner of the business and service manager has never called me first person. I was the one to initiate the meetings, the talks, the phone calls to find out about my truck, the status of repairs, and I have yet to hear back on the coverage I want. What type of attorney do I need should this turn into a cause

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