Are you a 2008-2013 BMW M3 Owner in California or New Jersey?
On May 29, 2020, a New Jersey court denied plaintiffs’ motion for class certification in a class action filed against BMW in part because it found that plaintiffs had not proved there are at least 40 people who have paid to replace the engine rod bearings in their M3 vehicles, or that currently own an M3 vehicle with less than 120,000 miles. Plaintiffs’ counsel know from their investigation that well over 40 people meet that criteria. The attorneys seeking reimbursement for the class of M3 owners now need your help to prove this case against BMW.
If you have experienced engine failure or engine rod bearing replacement in your 2008-2013 BMW M3 then please take a moment to complete the form provided, here:
Editor’s note on the BMW M3 Class Action Lawsuit:
If you are a BMW M3 owner in New Jersey or California who has had similar issues to what has been described above, please fill out the form provided, here.
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