GM Customers and Lessees
If you have information regarding this case that you would like to make available, please contact us about our investigation.
Recently, General Motors issued sweeping recalls for several models suspected of having a faulty switch that can automatically turn the car's ignition switch and prevent the air bags from deploying as well disabling other electronic components — while the car is in motion. Our investigation of GM’s recalls has demonstrated that the company has not been as open and honest as they could have been and that they continue to place users at risk for catastrophic injury. In fact, GM has already admitted that it did not move quick enough in issuing the ignition switch recalls. More than 2.6 million cars have been recalled so far. The affected vehicles include:
2005-2010 Chevrolet Cobalt;
2007-2010 Pontiac G5;
2006-2011 Chevrolet HHR;
2006-2010 Pontiac Solstice;
2007-2010 Saturn Sky; and
2003-2007 Saturn Ion
Robbins Geller has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of GM owners and lessees, current and former, against GM and other potentially responsible parties. To date, approximately 50 lawsuits have been filed against GM. If you own or lease any of these vehicles and would like additional information about this case, please provide us with the model, year, and make of your GM vehicle. In addition, please provide us with a brief description of your experiences, if any, with the faulty ignition switch. Case No. 5:14-cv-00676 (C.D. Cal.) Darby v General Motors LLC
GM Former Employees
Robbins Geller encourages Delphi employees (former or current), former GM employees, and others with knowledge of the GM ignition switches, to contact us by emailing David Mitchell at DavidM@rgrdlaw.com or visiting report a fraud where users may submit information anonymously.