One of our lawyers, Graham Esdale, traveled to Washington during the week of February 22-26, accompanied by the three adult children of a lady who died in the crash of a Toyota vehicle. Graham and our Oklahoma clients, Margie Louise Meibergen, Sharon L. Brandt and Julie Brandt Mayfield, attended the Congressional hearings. They told the committee about the tragic death of their mother, Mrs. Barbara Schwarz, in a runaway Toyota Camry.
The daughters of Mrs. Schwarz also appeared on several television news channels, including CBS, CNN, and Fox. They wanted to bring more attention to the fact that Toyota (http://www.toyota-lawsuit.com/) has yet to recall the 2002-2006 Toyota Camrys, which studies have shown may be more susceptible to sudden unintended acceleration than other models. Mrs. Schwarz was killed when the 2005 Toyota Camry she was in suddenly began speeding out of control. She was critically injured when the Camry left the interstate and crashed. Graham says the hearings were both informative and emotional.
Graham and other lawyers in our firm’s Product Liability Section are reviewing hundreds of Toyota sudden unintended acceleration cases, involving deaths or serious injury. We have been involved with the Toyota cases for several years and know long before the Congressional hearings started that the company had serious safety issues.
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