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Honda Owners, Know About This Structural Problem


Most consumers go out of their way to research cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs before buying one. They do so for various reasons, but one of the most common ones is to check safety ratings. After all, motorists want to keep themselves and their passengers safely out of harm’s way. Therefore, they do their homework and buy models with front/side airbags, lane departure warning, automatic emergency braking, and more.

Why are these aspects so important? Well, in case you haven’t heard, car collisions are anything but forgiving. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 90 people die in motor vehicle accidents each day in the United States. Additionally, the research shows that 2 million persons are injured in such incidents. Damages vary from one collision to the next, but some of the more common wounds include fractures/broken bones, burns, loss of limbs, and whiplash.

If another operator’s negligence or recklessness caused the crash, which led to the injuries, the victim might be entitled to a fair compensation amount. The Florida legal system is not a get rich quick scheme. Still, though, it can help individuals recover a settlement for medical bills, lost wages, pain/suffering, future lost wages, or funeral expenses if need be. Negligent or reckless acts often include activities such as…

• Texting/Talking On The Phone While Operating A Car
• Driving Under The Influence Of Drugs Or Alcohol
• Speeding
• Failing To Yield The Right Of Way

Even if a case appears to be cut and dry, it can be challenging to prove fault. Therefore, it is in an individual’s best interest to hire a top-notch firm to represent them. Our partners have successfully resolved over 10,000 accident cases. Plus, they have recovered over $500 million for accident victims. So, don’t trust just anyone to handle your situation. Instead, give us a call to get the personal attention, experience, and teamwork that you deserve.

The firm will obtain witness testimonies, collect police reports, gather cellular phone data, and do whatever is needed to build the strongest and most persuasive case possible. Also, the partners will break down the hard to understand legal jargon to ensure that you know what is happening. They will always put their best foot forward in fighting on your behalf. Give us a call at (833) 954-1234 to schedule a free consultation today.

Going It Alone Against Manufacturers Can Be Taxing As Well

Products are supposed to be safe by the time they reach consumers on the open market. Unfortunately, on occasion, vehicles with defects make their way through. Getting money out of these organizations for injuries that their products caused is quite tricky. They usually have legal teams on retainer, waiting in the wings, to discredit the claims. If they do offer a settlement, it is typically always for a low-ball amount.

That is where our team comes into the equation. We won’t allow these monstrous corporations to take advantage of you. Now, let’s move on to some information about a recall that could put you and your loved ones in danger.

A Recall Involving Only 10 Potential Units

No matter how big or small recalls are, they need to be discussed, especially when they can cause crashes. Honda is expected to issue recall number X6J on December 13, 2019. The models in question are 2019-2020 Pilot and 2019 Passport vehicles. Apparently, the upper left and right frame members may not have been entirely welded during the manufacturing process. As such, should a crash occur, the incomplete welded body could provide occupants with inadequate protection. Thus, the risk of injury greatly increases.

Although the company is having dealers fix the problem for free, that does not help persons who get into an accident before the repairs are made. Luckily, they don’t have to merely take the matter lying down, though. Our firm is here to help.

Stephen M. Fernandez developed a strong belief in justice and fairness in public policy while earning his Political Science degree prior to attending law school. Since joining the Florida Bar Association in 2004, Stephen Fernandez has combined his background in public policy, business administration and civil law to serve as a highly effective trial lawyer fighting for Florida's injured, working hard every day to make sure his clients get what they are owed.

Honda Owners, Know About This Structural Problem

Goldman Babboni Fernandez
Murphy & Walsh




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