SAN FRANCISCO – A Vacaville couple alleges a General Motors vehicle they purchased was delivered to them with defects.
Steve L. Strickland and Lisa C. Strickland filed a complaint on March 12 in the Superior Court of California - County of San Francisco against General Motors LLC and Does 1 through 10 over alleged violation of the Song-Beverly Act.
According to the complaint, the plaintiffs allege that on Dec. 30, 2012, they purchased a new 2013 Chevrolet Volt from the defendant. They allege the vehicle was delivered with serious defects and nonconformities to its warranties, including but not limited to electrical, engine and steering defects.
Despite delivering the vehicle to an authorized General Motors repair facility, the plaintiffs allege the vehicle still does not conform to the applicable warranties after a reasonable number of repair attempts.
The plaintiffs hold General Motors LLC responsible because the defendant allegedly failed to remedy the defects or to issue a refund or replacement vehicle.
The plaintiffs request a trial by jury and seek judgment for general, special and actual damages; for prejudgment interest; attorney's fees; costs of suit; and for such other further relief as the court deems just and proper. They are represented by Steve Mikhov of Knight Law Group LLP in Los Angeles.
Superior Court of California - County of San Francisco case number CGC-18-564925