On behalf of our firm, Bill Hopkins is pursuing a case against Ford Motor Company and Navistar, Inc. It’s alleged that a 6.0-liter Power Stroke Diesel Engine used in certain 2003-2007 Ford model pick-up trucks and supplied by Navistar are defective. Plaintiffs have have experienced problems such as blown head gaskets, valve ruptures, poor engine acceleration, inability to start the engine, engine stalling, complete loss of power while driving and complete engine failure. These engines have been plagued with what Ford has called “unprecedented problems.” Design changes have failed to remedy the problems. State class action lawsuits have been filed against Ford Motor Corporation and Navistar in federal courts in South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Ohio and Maine after Ford ultimately stopped offering to assist consumers and was even denying or refusing to pay warranty claims related to the 6.0 Liter engine. The case against Ford and Navistar has been sent to the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois for MultiDistrict Litigation consolidation before Judge Kennelly. We believe our firm will be involved with the leadership of that MDL. If so, we can hopefully steer this litigation to a successful result. Bill Hopkins (Bill.Hopkins@BealseyAllen.com) is the primary lawyer handling this matter for the Section.
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