Cleveland Lawsuit Says Shop Failed To Diagnose Bad Brakes Before Serious Crash

A lawsuit filed in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court alleges that a repair technician was “not certified in this country to repair cars or diagnose brakes and they botched the repair” before the car crashed and seriously injured a pedestrian.

Cleveland’s Fox 8 News reports that the lawsuit alleges that the repair shop did not “exercise reasonable care in repairing and/or replacing all of the malfunctioning or damaged components” of a vehicle they were paid to fix.

The victim was struck by the car while waiting for a bus.