Ross Feller Casey, a leading national personal injury law firm, is investigating potential lawsuits on behalf of individuals who have suffered serious injuries as a result of electrical system defects in Ford vehicles that can prevent air bags from deploying in a crash.
Earlier this year, the auto giant recalled 850,000 2013 and 2014 model year:
- Ford Fusion sedans
- Ford Escape crossovers
- Ford C-Max hybrids
- Lincoln MKZ luxury cars
At issue are serious electrical problems in the restraint control modules of those vehicles. Short circuits in those modules can cause a potentially deadly failure of air bags to deploy and a malfunction in the operation of seat belts.
In November, Ford issued another round of serious recalls, including ones involving about 135,000 F-150 pickups and Ford Flex family haulers from the 2014 model year. Those vehicles suffer from faulty passenger seat weight sensors that can stop air bags from inflating in crashes.
If you or a loved one was injured while driving in one of the recalled vehicles, you may be entitled to substantial compensation through a Ford recall lawsuit. You should contact one of our experienced Ford recall lawyers soon for a free case evaluation.
Ross Feller Casey recall attorneys have won landmark recoveries in all types of automobile accident lawsuits. They include cases involving crash worthiness and product defect litigation against leading vehicle manufactures.
The list of courtroom successes includes a $7 million recovery for the family of a truck driver who was killed as a result of a defective tractor trailer steering column, and a $30 million recovery for a girl who was paralyzed by a defectively designed lap belt.
Ross Feller Casey is also pursuing lawsuits involving the massive recall of faulty ignition switches in General Motors vehicles that have led to at least 21 deaths and numerous catastrophic injuries.
In July, Ross Feller Casey filed a major lawsuit against GM alleging a defective ignition switch caused a crash that left a popular Northeastern Pennsylvania teenager with severe and permanent brain injuries (learn more about the case).
Ross Feller Casey handles all personal injury cases, including Ford recall lawsuits, on a contingency basis, so you will not pay anything unless there is a financial award in your case.