A Nevada tire and automobile service company is blaming a Las Vegas television reporter and a defunct state agency for the legal problems it has experienced since March.
KTNV-TV and the Consumer Affairs Division had teamed up for an undercover investigation with the hopes of exposing substandard service at Tire Works, though the ensuing lawsuit filed by Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto was dropped Tuesday.
Tire Works, which has 13 locations in the Las Vegas area, also dropped its countersuit against the state.
“The complaints against Tire Works represented only a tiny fraction of the automotive complaints received by the State and represented a miniscule number of cases relative to the total number of customers that Tire Works has served,” Senior Deputy Attorney General Robert Giunta said. More…