Bellavia Blatt Named Exclusive Endorsed Provider of
Retail Warranty Reimbursement Services
for Minnesota Automobile Dealers Association.
New York, NY – On August 1, 2018, Bellavia Blatt, P.C. (“Bellavia Blatt”) was endorsed by the Minnesota Automobile Dealers Association (MADA) as the exclusive recommended provider of Retail Warranty Reimbursement. MADA recognized Bellavia Blatt for the over 20 years of experience and its dedication to this area of legal specialty. Bellavia Blatt is widely regarded as a pioneer in warranty parts reimbursement and has litigated against the largest manufacturers. Almost uniformly manufacturers respond to requests through their outside legal counsel. MADA recognized that its alliance partner should be a law firm and one with decades of experience in the preparation of submission for reimbursement at retail, as well as effectively countering manufacturer response to submissions. Bellavia Blatt is proud to represent Minnesota’s Dealers to help them achieve Retail Warranty Reimbursements on both Parts and Labor.
With approximately 365 Dealers, MADA is an advocate for Minnesota’s retail motor vehicle industry. They are an important source of legal, legislative and industry information. MADA was founded in 1927 to represent new car and truck dealers, both domestic and international franchises. MADA was recently successful in passing legislation to strengthen Minnesota’s Motor Vehicle Franchise Protection Law and to allow dealers to seek retail markups and rates for warranty parts and labor reimbursement.
Bellavia Blatt has successfully prepared thousands of retail warranty reimbursement submissions for both individual dealers and the largest dealer groups across the country and is endorsed by multiple state and local dealer associations as the exclusive endorsed provider to their dealer members.
If you wish to apply for retail reimbursement please contact the following:
New York • Chicago
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