GM to Accept Lemon Law Liability
As previously reported in the Lemon Law Blog on June 4th, General Motors intends to accept responsibility for all lemon law and breach of warranty claims of past, present and future leases and sales. A Reuters report confirmed General Motor’s responsibility, as the manufacturer moves forward with a bid to win court approval to reorganize the company.
The new GM would be 60 percent owned by the US government, 17.5 percent by the United Auto Workers union and 11.7 percent by the governments of Canada and the province of Ontario. Under the reorganization plan, the new company would be created by late August.
In the meantime, we are moving forward with all General Motors lemon law and breach of warranty claims, including Pontiac, Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Hummer, Saturn, and Cadillac. We currently have a system in place where we can advocate quickly for our clients’ rights, with cases being expedited efficiently. We have been assured that GM is committed to making sure this continues and we applaud the company for continuing to make consumers’ rights a priority. Remedies include full repurchase, or full or partial refunds and as always the legal help is completely cost-free.