Kia Windshield Bond Problems Lead To Cadenza Recall
Kia is a brand that has gained traction in the United States over the years. Consumers have even joined in on the action in Florida. Therefore, it probably doesn't surprise you to see various models next to you in Lakewood Ranch, Venice, Bradenton, or somewhere else. People purchase Kia vehicles for different reasons. For instance, many individuals appreciate how safe and reliable these cars are and buy them because of that.
Meanwhile, others are all about the Kia company's warranties. They appreciate the different options, including:
• 5-year/60,000-mile basic limited warranty
• 10-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty
• 5-year/60,000-mile roadside assistance plan
• 5-year/100,000-mile limited anti-perforation warranty
These items provide vehicle owners with peace of mind. They know that if something were to go wrong with their cars, the problem would probably be covered and fixed at the manufacturer's expense. Of course, these things barely even begin to scratch the surface as to why Kia vehicles are so popular, but the point is that people everywhere are driving them. Are you one of them? If that's the case, we would normally applaud the purchase here. However, it has come to our attention that particular Kia models may have issues that increase the risk of a crash or injury. Hence, let's get down to business.
2014 To 2016 Kia Cadenzas Have Potential Windshield Bonding Problem
The Kia Cadenza is a large sedan with seating for five. Owners appreciate the car's strong engine, upscale interior, and composed handling. Not to mention, its user-friendly infotainment system is pretty nice too. It really doesn't matter why you chose the Cadenza, you did, and now you are its proud owner. That's why this consumer alert is so vitally important.
A reported 30,362 2014-2016 Kia Cadenzas in circulation may have an issue that developed during the manufacturing process. As a result, the front windshields of these rides might not have been bonded to the vehicles correctly. Thus, the glass could detach from your Kia, increasing the risk of a crash or injury. Outcomes can vary from one incident to the next, but injuries that victims may sustain include:
• Lacerations and gashes
• Broken bones and fractures
• Torn ligaments and muscles
• Lost appendages
Are You Entitled To Compensation?
Manufacturers are held responsible for the harm their products cause by a legal concept known as manufacturer's liability. Therefore, if you get seriously injured by, let's say, a windshield flying off a vehicle, you may be entitled to fair compensation for your wounds. Just because you could be entitled to it doesn't mean the company is simply going to hand it over, though. Large corporations tend to have legal teams on retainers.
The professionals are on standby until their numbers are called, and the coach puts them in the game. Then, they pull out all the stops to win once that happens, even if it sheds victims in unfavorable lights. So, what can you do to keep that fate at bay? Contact Goldman, Babboni, Fernandez, Murphy & Walsh, of course, where you can schedule a free case evaluation with a personal injury attorney and learn where your claim stands.
In addition, the firm handles wrongful death cases. Hence, if a relative lost their life because of a manufacturing error, it may be in your best interest to call us. Restitution won't make up for losing a loved one, but it can help you out in many ways. For instance, research shows that the average cost of a burial plot in Florida is almost $3,000. That alone is enough, but just imagine, you'll also incur other expenses for things like a casket and embalming. Thus, the price is sure to climb in a hurry. So, don't delay. Let our team fight for the compensation your family is owed after a manufacturer's negligence takes the life of a loved one.