Chevy Defects Cause Recall After Death, Injuries
The recall lawyers at Jones Ward are investigating cases involving Chevy and General Motors recent recall of its cars because of a defect in the ignition switch. Like what was discovered by attorneys in the Toyota recall cases, Chevy and GM knew about defects with their cars for years and did not do anything about it. As a result, drivers were injured or even killed when the Chevy ignition defect happened while they were driving.
What Chevy Cars Were Recalled?
Chevy has recalled at least 10 different cars, years and models because of the ignition defect:
2005-2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
2005-2007 Pontiac G5
2003-2007 Saturn Ion
2006-2007 Chevrolet HHR
2006-2007 Pontiac Solstice
2007 Saturn Sky
2008 – 2010 Pontiac Solstice
2008-2010 Saturn Sky
2008-2010 Chevrolet Cobalt
2008-2011 Chevrolet HHR
Will Chevy be held accountable for its actions?
The Chevy recall attorneys at Jones Ward are investigating potential cases on behalf of drivers hurt, injured or killed in wrecks and accidents in Chevy recalled cars. Already drivers across the country have been filing lawsuits and many more are expected.
What Should Owners of Recalled Cars Do?
Chevy’s recall is so big that it has resulted in a shortage of parts for the repairs to be made. This is similar to the Chevy Cruze anti-freeze smell defect that the recall lawyers at Jones Ward are litigating right now as a class action. Owners of affected cars should contact a Chevy dealership, watch for letters and notifications from Chevy and GM and follow the advice Chevy has given to the public regarding the recall at its website.
Can Owners Of Recalled Cars Who Weren’t In Wrecks Bring A Lawsuit?
Similar to the Toyota recall lawsuits, owners of Chevy cars that were recalled but that have, thankfully, not been in an accident, may bring a claim as part of a class action for the loss in value of their car, the costs associated with the recall and the delay, and other potential damages depending on where they live. The class action attorneys at Jones Ward are currently lead counsel on multiple class actions against car makers like Chevy for recalls, defects and false advertising about their cars.
Contacting an Attorney
Car defect and recall lawyers Jasper D. Ward and Alexander C. Davis can be reached at 888-595-2922, or by emailing them directly, with any questions regarding the Chevy recall for the ignition defect.