defective automobiles are dangerous and have injured many people. Fighting major corporation can be hard and should make sure you hire the right law firm. Woods & Woods has fought major corporations since 1985 and we have successfully represented thousands of injured people.
Chevrolet Camaro Lawsuit
The General Motors ignition switch debacle has affected thousands of Camaros. Many people may have been hurt by ignition switches that turn the car off while driving. General Motors has issued recalls for many different model years of Camaros. Read more about Chevrolet Camaro lawsuits here.
Mazda 3 Fire Lawsuits
Mazda has been sued for building a defective product. A jury in Alabama awarded $10 million to the victims after they found the muffler was sharp and wearing into the gas tank. At this point there is no answer as to how many Mazda 3’s are defective. Read more about Mazda 3 fire lawsuits here.
Defective Semi Trucks
Semi trucks aren’t always as safe as everyone assumes. Many semi trucks have been designed unsafe. Semi trucks also pose serious risks to drivers in accidents from things such as unsecured loads. Rollovers pose a serious risk because many semi trucks don’t have rollover cages. Read more about defective and unsafe semi truck lawsuits here.
Toyota Acceleration Crashes
Toyota acceleration crashes may have injured many people. Toyota has already agreed to pay $1.1 Billion for previous acceleration lawsuits. At this point there is no clear answer how many people have been hurt by these possibly defective automobiles. Read more about Toyota acceleration lawsuits here.
Many consumers are driving recalled vehicles and don’t even know it. If you were injured by a defective car that was recalled, you may be able to recover for your injuries. Recalled vehicles can potentially be dangerous to drivers, passengers, and other cars around them on the road. Read more about recalled vehicles here.
Volkswagen Diesel Emission Lawsuits
There is a set test that vehicles must be able to perform and their emissions are monitored during the test. Volkswagen figured out how to cheat the emissions tests and outfitted their as many as 11 million diesel vehicles with software that circumvents EPA emission tests. Read more about Volkswagen diesel emission lawsuits here.