Wednesday, 10 February 2021 22:29

Volvo Tries to Stop Defect Lawsuit

Written by Emmariah Holcomb, glassBYTEs.com


...noticing any leaks herself, by her mechanic or by her staff members who also drive the vehicle, she answered no.


Plaintiffs want a federal judge to certify their proposed class in a new motion. They claim Volvo sold the defective sunroofs, which led to interior damage to its vehicles. According to court documents, some Volvo owners noticed excess water inside their vehicles after their limited warranty period was up.


In April 2020, Volvo defense attorneys filed a letter to the presiding judge urging the court to dismiss subpoenas, filed by the plaintiffs, requesting additional information from the Department of Motor Vehicles in an ongoing leaking sunroof class action lawsuit. In mid-June the court directed the plaintiffs to serve, but not file, their renewed motion for class certification by July 15, 2020. After the renewed motion was served both parties were to meet and confer.


Look to a future edition of glassBYTEs for continued coverage of the suit.


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