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Virginia woman claims Chevrolet Trailblazer was not crashworthy

BLUEFIELD – A Virginia woman has filed suit against General Motors over injuries her late son sustained in an auto accident in West Virginia, alleging that the vehicle was not crashworthy.

Couple claims Lincoln MKT doesn't conform to warranties

BECKLEY – A Beckley couple is seeking a refund of a Ford vehicle they purchased over allegations that it does not conform to its warranties.

Ally Financial Inc. claims Q&M Construction owes more than $20,000

MOUNDSVILLE – A Cameron business is alleged to have defaulted on a loan and the lender is seeking possession of a truck as collateral.

Consumers seek refund of purchase of General Motors vehicle

BECKLEY – Two Fayette County consumers are seeking a refund of the purchase of a vehicle they allege does not conform to its warranties.

Itman couple seeks refund of Dodge vehicle

PINEVILLE – An Itman couple is seeking a refund of a vehicle they purchased that they allege does not conform to the vehicle's warranties.

Suit filed against GM, Greg Lilly Auto Sales over car fire

BECKLEY – An estate administrator is seeking damages after a car fire burned her decedent.

Morrisey files suit against GM over ignition switch issues in vehicles

WHEELING – The attorney general has filed a suit against a Detroit automaker over allegations it sold unsafe vehicles.

Beckley couple claims truck doesn't conform to warranties, GM failed to replace it

BECKLEY – A Beckley couple alleges that a Chevrolet truck they purchased does not conform to its new motor vehicle warranties.

Couple claims Dodge Dart has defects

RIPLEY – A Kanawha County couple are seeking the cancellation of a sales contract of a Dodge vehicle they allege has defects.

Consumer wants refund from General Motors for purchase of Chevy truck

BECKLEY – A Beckley consumer alleges a pickup truck he purchased does not conform to the warranties and seeks a refund.

Consumers claim Ford truck does not conform to warranties

CHARLESTON – An Upshur County couple alleges a truck they purchased has defects and seeks rescission of the contract.

Consumer alleges FCA US failed to repair vehicle to conform with warranty

BECKLEY – A Beckley man alleges a Jeep he purchased has issues that impair its use and market value.

Couple claims Ford Escape has defects, seek rescission of contract

CHARLESTON – A Baisden couple is seeking the rescission of a vehicle purchase because they allege it is defective.

Consumers claim Ford Explorer doesn't conform to warranty

FAYETTEVILLE – An Oak Hill couple is seeking a refund of the purchase price of a vehicle they claim does not conform with its new vehicle warranty.

Widower blames car services for wife's death

BECKLEY — A Wyoming Count widower is suing a car manufacturer and road assistance providers, alleging negligence led to the death of his wife. .

Consumer alleges Ford failed to fulfill warranties

NEW MARTINSVILLE — A Pine Grove woman is suing Ford, alleging breach of implied and express warranties.

Supreme Court remands Quicken Loans lawsuit

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has remanded a lawsuit against Quicken Loans after it ruled that the jury’s award of damages needs to be revisited.

Couple alleges GM violated Lemon Law

WILLIAMSON — A Lenore couple is suing General Motors, alleging breach of an express warranty.

Financing company sues towing company

Financing company accuses Hanover Wrecker of wrongful detention of propertyPINEVILLE — A financing company is suing Hanover Wrecker, a towing company, citing alleged wrongful detention of property.Ally Financial Inc, f/k/a GMAC filed a complaint on May 11, in the Wyoming Circuit Court against Hanover Wrecker alleging that the towing company failed to provide timely notice that it was retaining the vehicle and charging storage as required by law.According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that, in Aug. 10, 2015, he defendant towed a vehicle to its storage lot for an unknown reason.

Sixteen file class action against Ford for sudden acceleration incidents

CHARLESTON – Sixteen individuals are suing Ford Motor Company in a class action lawsuit after they claim their Ford vehicles were prone to sudden acceleration incidents that caused them damages and injuries.