Last August, GM announced that it was recalling all Chevrolet Bolts made after 2017 after multiple fires in the electric vehicle’s battery packs were found to have been caused by defects in the LG Chem cells found inside. Class Action lawsuits have been filed as a result of these defective batteries.
The GM Recall proposes an “interim remedy” for the Class Vehicles to be reprogrammed to limit the full charge of the Defective Batteries to 90% of the Batteries’ actual capacity. The revised capacity will result in the Class Vehicles having a lower driving range and needing to be charged more often. As a result, Class Vehicle owners and lessees have been burdened with vehicles that do not perform as advertised, and instead, require additional charging time and maintenance.
If proven true, this deceptive conduct by General Motors, in our opinion, would amount to a violation of State Consumer Protection Laws and State and Federal Warranty Laws, and would likely reduce the value of the 2017-2022 Chevrolet Bolt vehicles.
We would like the opportunity to assist you in recovering your losses from General Motors. We believe these cases should be handled on an individual basis, rather than through a class action, to maximize your recovery.
You have rights, remedies, and entitlements provided by State and Federal laws that may entitle you to a CASH SETTLEMENT.
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