If a judgement goes against you and in favor of the Bureau of Automotive Repair, it is not necessarily the end. You still have a right to appeal. It may be that you didn’t use an attorney (big mistake) and decided to “go it alone”. Maybe you did use an attorney. Either way, you still have the right of appeal.
However, if you are sitting there thinking “Should I appeal a Bureau of Automotive Repair decision?” the answer is probably yes. But there is only one right way to appeal a Bureau of Automotive Repair decision and that is to consider using an attorney. And preferably an attorney that understands the Bureau of Automotive Repair, the way that it thinks and operates, and has years of success acting on behalf of clients who have had the misfortune to come up against the BAR.
You see, even if you did use an attorney but lost the case, it could be that the attorney missed something because he or she is not a specialist in these cases. That is not necessarily a criticism of the attorney because you could compare it to a medical practitioner. For instance, if you have a brain injury you would think that you might need a surgeon, and that’s quite correct: you do.
You Need A Specialist to Appeal a Bureau of Automotive Repair
But in this case, you need a brain surgeon: one who specializes in brain surgery. Yes, an ear, nose, and throat, surgeon might be able to perform brain surgery, but then again, he might miss something, because he is not a specialist in brain surgery. They are both surgeons, but it is obvious which one you would rather have.
So if you are thinking “Should I appeal a Bureau of Automotive Repair decision?”, the answer is “maybe”. But you need to talk to an attorney who is a specialist in that area, and that would be William Ferreira at Automotive Defense Specialists. He has been handling Bureau of Automotive Repair cases on behalf of automotive repair facilities, SMOG stations, and technicians for all of his legal career. In fact, he does nothing else other than handle Bureau of Automotive Repair cases. So you could say that he probably has more idea of how to win such cases than anyone else on the planet.
Mr Ferreira offers all potential clients a completely free consultation when he can look at your case in depth and advise you accordingly. So instead of thinking “Should I appeal a Bureau of Automotive Repair decision?” make an appointment to see him by calling him on (800) 561-9860 or email [email protected]. It won’t cost you anything, but you could have a lot to gain.