Camacho v General Motors, LLC


Do you have problems with your General Motors’ car, truck or SUV? Our client was sold a Chevy Cruze that turned out to be a “lemon.” In 2017, our client purchased a brand-new 2017 Chevy Cruze from Ron Baker Chevrolet, located in National City, in San Diego county. At approximately 18,000 miles her Service Stability light lit up the car’s dash board. Later her Chevy Cruze began having problems with a rough running engine, shaking, and engine misfires. Additionally, the check engine warning light kept coming on. Despite various repair attempts by her General Motors’ dealership, our client’s 2017 Chevy Cruze was not properly fixed. Trying to be a good consumer, our client contracted General Motors’ customer service department and told them about all the problems with her 2017 Chevy Cruze. She asked GM to take her car back because it was a lemon, and refund her money. GM refused to take back the problem-laden 2017 Chevy Cruze, refused to label it a lemon and refused to refund our client’s money. Failing to get a resolution from GM, she contacted the attorneys at the Auto Fraud Legal Center. Our firm forced General Motors to repurchase our client’s 2017 Chevy Cruze, refund all of her money, pay off her car loan, and pay the attorneys’ fees involved.

The law firm of Rosner, Barry & Babbitt not only handles auto fraud cases, but Lemon Law cases as well. Our goal in automobile Lemon Law is to get you out of your car, get you your money back, have your loan paid off by the warrantor and have the warrantor pay our attorneys’ fees and costs. If you purchased a vehicle which you believe to be a lemon (whether it is new or used) please contact Our office will provide you with a FREE evaluation of your lemon law situation.