Finding out that the car you bought has critical issues or defects can be a scary and frustrating process. This is particularly true if the manufacturer refuses to fix or admit to the problem. This is what is being alleged by certain Camaro owners, specifically those who purchased a 2010 or older Chevrolet Camaros.
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Chevrolet because of an alleged defect in the starters that they used in their 2010 and 2011 Camaros as well as an alleged defect with the car’s heat shield. These owners also allege that GM, Chevrolet’s parent company, knew about these defects, however, did not disclose them to possible buyers and never attempted to fix the issues.
Defects in motor vehicles can pose a serious risk of injury or death. If you were recently injured suspect it was caused by a defect in your vehicle, the accident and injury attorneys at Sandoval & James can help, contact us anytime for a free consultation. If you would like to read more about defective product claims, please see our Defective Products page.
If the defect in your vehicle caused a car crash, we can help with that as well. For more information on car crash claims, please see our Car Accidents page.