Two years after Girardi Keese collapsed, four wrecked cars ostensibly used in accident lawsuits remain housed at Rest Your Case Evidence Storage in Irwindale, California.

In an Aug. 25 motion, the company’s attorney, Pauline White, said she’d grown “completely frustrated” after failing to identify the owners of the four vehicles, including contacting the Girardi Keese bankruptcy trustee, other attorneys and insurance companies, and checking the registers of actions for all courts. Rest Your Case needed a judge’s permission to sell the cars—a request that was granted on Sept. 28.

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