We naturally expect the products we buy to function properly as the manufacturer and seller have described them. Defects and safety misrepresentations can kill or seriously injure unsuspecting people, and it’s never OK when companies let that happen.
At CaseyGerry, we hold companies accountable when their products harm consumers. One person is no match for a huge company – even when it’s clear that they must take responsibility – but a class of people has the power to win. CaseyGerry has led numerous class actions against manufacturers for defects that have hurt, endangered, or killed people. The firm’s attorneys hold leadership roles to ensure that those affected are heard and justice is served.
In 2019, CaseyGerry filed a class action against General Motors over Cadillac’s defective CUE infotainment system. Car owners’ CUE systems are delaminating and becoming nonfunctional. Many displays are breaking after the warranty has lapsed, and the only fix appears to be an expensive replacement. More recently, CaseyGerry filed a class action against Eclipse Recreational Vehicles on behalf of consumers alleging frames in certain RVs are prone to fracture under ordinary use.
CaseyGerry is also currently investigating defects involving ZF-TRW airbags, which can fail in a crash. The issue possibly stems from unwanted electrical signals produced by a crash that can disable the airbag control circuit within the passenger compartment.
If you feel that you have been cheated, treated unfairly, or you purchased something that did not conform to representations made by the company, contact us today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our class action attorneys. We’ll discuss your experience and how we may be able to help you.