Consumer Alert: Floridians Should Be Aware Of This Recall Notification
There aren't many better feelings than coming home with a brand-new vehicle. It is clean as a whistle and has that distinct, new car smell. Plus, consumers typically do their homework, which means they know that the unit has all of the power and safety components that they could ever need. In other words, they can push on the gas pedal to fly down the road in a hurry. Then again, if an accident occurs, the occupants, hopefully, will not sustain severe injuries.
However, each collision is unique and different. Manufacturers attempt to plan ahead for anything and everything that might happen out on the open road, but the feat is basically impossible. As such, on many occasions, car crashes do result in catastrophic damages, regardless of the vehicle's safety features. Common wounds often include but are not limited to…
• Traumatic Brain Injury
• Fractures And Broken Bones
• Partial Or Full Paralysis
• Loss Of Limbs
• Wrongful Death
When death is the outcome, family members are typically caught off guard. The unexpected tragedy leaves them grieving and mourning for a person that was taken from this life too soon. Then, on top of all that, members of the household are usually expected to pay for medical, legal, and funeral expenses.
If another party acted negligently and caused the incident, the family shouldn't have these financial burdens thrust upon them. Instead, they should hire an auto accident attorney to fight on their behalf and recover the compensation that they deserve. No amount of money can make up for their loss, but still, it can help offset the person's final expenses.
Meanwhile, a person injured in a wreck from another driver's recklessness shouldn't be stuck paying high dollar recovery bills either. Negligent or reckless acts include things such as speeding, text while driving, failing to yield the right away, driving while intoxicated, and more. If Florida residents believe issues such as these caused their damages, they should consider contacting our firm for a free case review today. The action will allow them to see where their claim stands without having to break the bank.
What If A Seller Or Manufacturer Is To Blame?
Manufacturer's liability is a legal theory that holds manufacturers and sellers responsible for damage that their products caused, which were sold on the open market. So, if you bought, let's say a defective car, truck, or SUV, and it caused you harm, you may be entitled to a fair compensation amount. Our team can help in this regard too. It is crucial not to go it alone against these corporations. They will pull out every trick in the book to discredit the claim, even going as far as to attempt to prove driver error induced the situation.
Don't let one of these massive establishments and their legal team take advantage of you in your time of need. Instead, put a credible, trustworthy, and reputable firm on your side to show them that you mean business. Give our lawyers the opportunity to exceed your expectations and provide you with the legal experience that you need to see this thing through to the end.
Now, Onto The Recall Information
General Motors, LLC, is expected to begin recall number N192270920 shortly. Although, no specific dates have been issued as of yet. Approximately 166 vehicles are affected, and the model in question is the 2020 Chevrolet Equinox. Improper lubricant may have been added to the rear brake calipers during production. In turn, this liquid can lead to the rubber seals swelling and brakes dragging.
If brake drag occurs, the brake pads could overheat. This problem increases the vehicle's risk of being involved in a crash as it affects its braking ability. Therefore, each time you take your Equinox out, you could be putting yourself and your family in danger. So, stay informed about the issue, and if you or your loved ones sustain injuries because of the recall, don't hesitate to give us a call.