The Chevrolet Camaro has been recalled by General Motors for defective ignition switches. If you or a loved one were injured in a Chevrolet Camaro and you suspect the ignition switch is responsible, please contact our defective product lawyers. For a free legal consultation, simply fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.
About the Chevrolet Camaro recall.
Chevrolet is recalling more than half a million Camaros because of possibly defective ignition switches. According to the New York Times, the “faulty ignition system [has been] linked to at least 13 deaths and 54 crashes.” Chevrolet is recalling the 2010 to 2014 Camaros that have this ignition switch. The ignition switches when bumped can turn the car off, rendering it uncontrollable. At this point there is no clear answer as to how many people have been seriously injured in Chevrolet Camaros.
What compensation can I get from a Camaro lawsuit?
If the faulty ignition switch in the Chevrolet Camaro is responsible for your injuries, you may consider filing a GM ignition switch lawsuit. Victims may be able to receive money for past medical bills. There may also be money in a settlement for future medical bills as well. Some victims of Chevrolet Camaro ignition switches may be able to recover money for lost wages due to time missed at work after an accident. If your family lost a loved one from a faulty ignition switch accident, your family may be entitled to a settlement.
For a free legal consultation on Chevrolet Camaro lawsuits, simply fill out the online consultation form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.
Who will be held liable in my Camaro lawsuit?
If the ignition switch was in fact faulty, the lawsuit could be against the manufacture of the Camaro, General Motors. Winning a lawsuit against such a major corporation seems hard, but it can be done. Lots of automotive manufacturers have been held liable over the years for faulty cars.
Previous GM ignition switch settlement and verdicts.
- March 2015, Confidential Settlement: The family of a Georgia woman settled with General Motors for an undisclosed confidential amount of money.
- March 2015, Settlement Offers Rejected: Five people with lawsuits against General Motors rejected the automakers offer.
Can I afford a lawyer for my Camaro lawsuit?
Yes! Woods & Woods never charges a penny unless you win your Chevrolet Camaro lawsuit. If we win our fee is a percentage of the settlement and case expenses. If you lose your Chevrolet Camaro lawsuit, you owe us nothing. Our defective product lawyers don’t bill by the hour, which can be costly. Woods & Woods does not ask for money upfront.
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