Car Seizure Fees Challenged

Quat Law Offices has filed two lawsuits challenging fees charged to and collected from consumers when a cars is seized pursuant to a court execution. In both cases, consumers were charged $600 as a "seizure fee." Plaintiffs claim that not only is the fee grossly excessive, well above that permitted by Massachusetts law, but further that such a fee cannot be passed on to the consumer absent a court order. Defendants in one case are the Worcester law firm of Melia & Osol and constables Constance Sorenson and Gerald Connors. Defendants in the second case are the Worcester County Sheriff's Office, Forsyth Law Offices, and Attorney Carl Brugnoli.

By Kenneth D. Quat, Massachusetts Consumer Rights Attorney.
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