GM Brake Class Action Lawsuit: Chevy, GMC, Cadillac Trucks and SUVs

Having your brakes fail while driving can be a terrifying experience. Car accidents caused by bad brakes result in serious, life-threatening injuries for everyone involved, and manufacturers often blame the driver instead of their faulty brakes. Unfortunately, thousands of these defective brake systems have been installed in General Motors vehicles nationwide.

If you or a loved one were injured by a GM vehicle with defective brakes, contact our experienced GM class action brake defect attorneys today!

Join the General Motors Class Action Lawsuit

The national brake failure lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys have filed a complaint against General Motors on behalf of clients, California residents Scott and Samantha Peckerar. The couple, owners of a 2017 Chevrolet Suburban, claim the company knowingly installed defective braking systems in thousands of Chevy, GMC, and Cadillac pickup trucks and SUVs.

If you or a loved one is troubled by malfunctioning brakes in a General Motors vehicle, contact the trusted brake failure attorneys at Cory Watson about your rights. You shouldn’t have to pay for a manufacturer’s negligence – call (888) 760-2313 now or complete our FREE online consultation form.

Which General Motors Vehicles Have Faulty Brakes?

Warning Signs of Defective GM Brakes

The brake defect makes it difficult to stop: the brake pedal becomes hard, requiring the driver to use significantly more force to slow their vehicle down and stop before hitting another vehicle or pedestrian. The warning signs of defective brakes in a GM vehicle include difficulty slowing down, delayed brake response, hard brake pedals, unusual sounds, and leaking fluids.

Do You Qualify for the GM Brake Class Action Lawsuit?

  • Driver and Passengers of the GM Vehicle
    If you or a loved one were injured in a General Motors vehicle with faulty brakes, you may be eligible to join the GM Brake Class Action Lawsuit. Any occupant that suffered injuries from a car wreck due to faulty brakes should talk to a defective products lawyer about joining the General Motors Brake Class Action Lawsuit.
  • Drivers and Passengers in Other Vehicles
    If you or a loved one were in a vehicle that collided with a vehicle that had faulty General Motors brakes, you may also be eligible to join the GM Brake Class Action Lawsuit. If you aren’t sure if the GM vehicle had faulty brakes, our attorneys may investigate for you if there is cause.
  • Pedestrians Injured by GM Vehicle
    Innocent bystanders and pedestrians that were injured by a vehicle with faulty General Motors brakes should consider joining the GM Brake Class Action Lawsuit. Families that lost a loved one who was a pedestrian may also be able to join the General Motors Brakes Class Action Lawsuit.

Let Our Experience Be Your Strength

When you or someone you love is affected by brake failure, only the best class action lawyers will do. You need an experienced legal team with the experience, knowledge, and resources needed to build a strong case against the world’s largest automobile manufacturers like General Motors.

The lawyers at Cory Watson are no stranger to winning class action lawsuits against automotive giants like General Motors.

In 2017, a California state court jury awarded a $25 million verdict to our clients after determining that a Nissan SUV’s defective brakes caused an accident that killed three people and resulted in an elderly driver being wrongfully charged with vehicular manslaughter. Cory Watson attorneys Jerome TapleyRyan Lutz, and Adam W. Pittman led the trial team.

Take Action Against General Motors Today

When you’re struggling with mechanic fees or medical bills from defective brakes, it’s easy to get the help you need. The nationwide General Motors brake defect lawyers at Cory Watson are ready to fight for you! We’ve helped thousands of clients stand up for what’s right, and we aren’t afraid to take on corporate giants.

Call Cory Watson at (888) 760-2313 or fill out our online consultation form. It takes just minutes, and the initial consultation is always FREE.

Don’t wait to reach out—contact us today!