Drive A Chevy Bolt?
You may be eligible for a full buy back under California’s Lemon Law Statute. Several ongoing safety issues, including unreliable back-sensors and the potential for battery fires, have allowed Chevy Bolt owners across California to receive full buy backs from Chevrolet!
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Under California's Lemon Law Statute, the dealership or manufacturer pays plaintiff's legal fees, meaning you would owe us nothing unless we win or settle your case.
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Chevy Bolt Safety Issues
Kazerouni Law Group has filed suit in the Central District of California on behalf of California Chevy Bolt owners, alleging Bolts from model years 2017-2020 have defective passenger-side blind spot detection sensors that frequently activate the blind spot warning lights when there is nothing present in the vehicles’ blind spots. Besides annoying and confusing
drivers, the blind spot system defect poses a safety hazard to the drivers and those with whom they share the road. We’re seeking the courts to require GM to follow the law, to honor its warranties, to repair the defective vehicles, and to reimburse and compensate all affected owners and lessees.