Ross Feller Casey, one of the nation’s leading personal injury law firms, is actively investigating lawsuits involving severe injuries caused by defects in Audi cars and SUVs.
Audi, the luxury car division of Volkswagen, announced in late January 2017 that it recalled nearly 600,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because of two separate and potentially deadly defects.
Specifically, the automaker told federal authorities that 343,000 vehicles equipped with 2.0l Turbo FSI engines have an electric coolant pump that can become blocked with cooling system debris. As a result, the pump can overheat and cause a fire.
Separately, Audi recalled 234,000 Q5 SUVs, model years 2011-2017, because a sunroof drainage system defect allows water to soak into the area of the side airbag inflators. As a result, the inflators could rupture and send metal fragments into the vehicle.
Ross Feller Casey, the legal authority in automobile injury cases, is reviewing potential Audi lawsuits involving injuries sustained as a result of these defects on behalf of individuals across the nation.
In the last five years alone, Ross Feller Casey has recovered more than $1 billion on behalf of its individual clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries as a result of the negligence of others.
If you or a loved one suffered injuries in one of the recalled Audi cars, you should contact one of our expert Audi lawsuit attorneys now for a free consultation.