Cortez v General Motors, LLC

Cortez, et al. v. General Motors, LLC, et al.
(Tulare County Superior Court)

The Cortez v. General Motors lawsuit was filed in the Tulare County Superior Court in December, 2012, and alleges that General Motors violated California’s lemon law statute (i.e., the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act). The Plaintiffs in that case are a father and son who purchased a brand new 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche in early 2007, and thereafter began a long series of repair attempts for defects that caused the Chevy Avalanche’s instrument cluster (including its check engine light) to illuminate.

The Plaintiffs are represented in this lawsuit by the lemon law attorney who publishes this Web site. They allege in the complaint that the Chevy Avalanche’s defect has been the subject of at least eight repair attempts by General Motors’s dealerships, and that General Motors has been unable to properly diagnose and repair the defect.

Click here to read a copy of the lemon law complaint in the Cortez v. General Motors lawsuit.

Please note: the Tulare County Superior Court has not yet ruled on whether or not the allegations alleged in the Plaintiffs’ complaint are true. General Motors is expected to deny all liability when it answers.

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