Federal judge Clay D. Land has denied the request for a new trial sought by Volkswagen and Honeywell International in the sudden unintended acceleration case. Read more
The 2011 audit was conducted after criticism of NHTSA's handling of complaints about the sudden unintended acceleration of Toyota vehicles. Read more
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
Toyota Motor Corp. has reached settlements in 338 cases involving sudden unintended acceleration, up from 289 in March. U.S. District Judge James V. Selna, who has presided over the multidis... 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
A jury on Feb. 3 ordered Toyota Motor Corp to pay nearly $11 million after finding that an accelerator defect in a 1996 Camry was at fault for a 2006 fatal car crash in Minnesota. Following... Read more
In previous issues, I have made reference to our work on behalf of the Bookout and Schwarz families in their fight for justice against Toyota in the sudden unintended acceleration lawsuit. O... Read more
Toyota has reached a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice to settle a four-year criminal investigation into whether the company misled investigators and the public about a sudden-a... Read more
Our law firm tried the first sudden acceleration lawsuit last month against Toyota involving the Camry’s electronic throttle control system. An Oklahoma City jury returned a multi-million do... 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
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