Automobile dealers are trying to craft state consumer fraud laws to immunize themselves from suits in several states by what critics claim is a coordinated effort to limit the ability of private lawyers and attorneys general to hold them accountable.

Proposed law changes in Virginia, Florida and Ohio would, among other things, limit damages that consumers can seek against dealers and require presuit notice that makes it tougher to litigate.

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