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David Anthony Discusses Whether Car Wash is Liable for Theft of Customer’s Car with WKRN-TV

Bone McAllester Norton attorney David M. Anthony spoke with WKRN-TV yesterday about a car stolen from a local gas station over the weekend. The customer was inside the Smith Brothers Car Wash on Gallatin Pike South Saturday, paying for the wash, and when she went outside to retrieve her car, it could not be found. After watching surveillance video, she realized a suspect got into the 2011 gray Hyundai Sonata and drove off. The car wash is claiming no responsibility for the incident.

“Here, [the car wash is] going to allege two things. One, that they only had temporary custody. They didn’t have complete control over it, and they’re probably going to also argue that if she read the fine print on the back of her ticket, there is probably a disclaimer of liability,” David explained.

David concentrates his practice in the areas of bankruptcy, commercial litigation, creditors’ rights, construction and lien litigation.

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