A West Virginia judge has consolidated three class actions into a single case alleging Ford Motor Co. vehicles produced between 2002 and 2010 are prone to sudden unintended acceleration. How... Read more
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) is now looking into a driver’s claim of sudden unintended acceleration at low speeds in Toyota Motor Corp. vehicles. T... Read more
Ford Motor Co. must provide a portion of proprietary source code to the Plaintiffs in a proposed class action claiming the company’s electronic throttle control system contains a defect that... Read more
Toyota has settled the lawsuit filed by the family of Guadalupe Alberto, a 77 year old woman, who 2005 Camry crashed into a tree after it suddenly accelerated and could not be stopped. The c... Read more
Toyota Motor Corp.’s settlement of Canadian economic loss claims in litigation for sudden acceleration issues that forced the recall of millions of its vehicles worldwide has been approved b... Read more
The first trial involving personal injury and wrongful death claims related to Toyota’s sudden unintended acceleration (SUA) problems is set for October 7th in a state court in Oklahoma City... Read more
In his book, Doubt is Their Product, former Assistant Secretary of Energy, David Michaels, explains his firsthand account of how clever public relations by corporations and industry used mul... Read more
A U.S. federal judge has ordered Toyota to turn over the bulk of documents from previous investigations of complaints about its cars racing out of control. These doctors were sought in litig... Read more
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