Mr. Klitzke has represented hundreds of individuals and entities in Auto Fraud and Lemon Law cases throughout California in state and federal courts.
Michael A. Klitzke received his undergraduate degree from San Diego State University (B.A., Political Science 2011) and his law degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law (2014), where he graduated summa cum laude (2 of 201). During law school he was an Editor for the Law Review and a National Competitor for the Mock Trial Team. Mr. Klitzke worked at the Auto Fraud Legal Center from 2015 to 2023
Misrepresentations about a certified pre-owned program, about the quality of the certified vehicle, failure to provide certification inspection report.
Dealer/Manufacturer failure to correctly repair a defect under warranty.
Misrepresentations about the accident/damage history of a vehicle.
Selling a vehicle for more than the advertised price.
Total Loss, Salvage, Junk, Flood, Lemon Law Buyback, Odometer Rollback/True Mileage Unknown.
Failure to smog a vehicle pre-sale and failure to register/title the vehicle after the sale.
Misrepresentations about the mechanical condition of a vehicle.
Failure to disclose rental history of a vehicle.
Dealership canceling your purchase more than 10 days after the purchase.
There is no excuse for a dealer to put the wrong amount on the purchase contract.
Other legal issues.