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 loose bolts that have caused steering wheels to detach.
Ford Motor Co. announced in mid-March that it recalled nearly 1.4 million model year 2014 to 2018 Ford Fusions and Lincoln MKZs because bolts that secured the steering wheels in those vehicles have been shown to come loose, and in some cases dangerously so.
So far, the problem has been responsible for causing two accidents and one injury, but many others are expected.
The recalled vehicles were manufactured in plants in Michigan and Mexico between 2013 and 2018.
The recall by the nation’s second-largest automaker came five months after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration launched a probe into the safety of Fusions after receiving reports that the steering wheels became loose. In one case, the wheel completely detached. The driver of that vehicle had reported the wheel had been wobbly for two weeks before falling off during a trip in Georgia.
If you or a loved one were injured while driving in one of the recalled vehicles, you might 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 crashworthiness and product defect litigation against leading vehicle manufacturers.
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.
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.